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Sackler — who is also a longtime board member at the Kaplen JCC on the Palisades in Tenafly — noted that women comprise less than 20 percent of the practitioners in her field.
S.’s wealth — and women financial advisers are well-suited to relate to the female client.” There are, she said, “fairly big gender differences” in dealing with the issue of money, which research links to differences in brain physiology.
“There are differences in how women plan, in risk tolerance, and in personal communication styles,” she said.
For Lori Sackler of Tenafly, who holds a master’s degree in music, the decision simply made sense. I needed to be financially independent and create a new path for myself.” Ms.
“I lost my mother when I was in graduate school,” Ms. Sackler first earned a master’s degree in business, became a CPA and a CFP, and then earned a CIMA designation at the Wharton School.