GSB Breakfast Networking Series: Playing and Winning the Game
Chicago GSB Club of New York
April 20, 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Join us to hear from Alison Winter, President, Personal Financial Services-Northeast, who is responsible for overseeing the expansion of Northern Trust's wealth management business. Learn more.
The City Bar Association Building
42 West 44th Street
New York, NY
George Grace, MBA '86
Alison A. Winter, President, Personal Financial Services-Northeast, since March, 2003, is responsible for overseeing the expansion of Northern Trust's wealth management business in this highly attractive market, with offices established thus far in New York City, Stamford, Connecticut, Boston and Wilmington, Delaware.
In 1987, she was named the founding President and CEO of Northern Trust of California, and over the ensuing 11 years, she and her team opened 11 offices in California, becoming one of the largest trust companies in that state. From January, 1999, until March 2003, she served as President, Personal Financial Services-Midwest, and at the same time was made a member of the Corporation's Management Committee. During her tenure as head of the Midwest Region, she oversaw the expansion of Northern Trust into Michigan (3 offices), Wisconsin and Missouri.
Mrs. Winter serves as a director of Nordstrom, Inc. She was recently appointed Board Chair of the Committee of 200, and is also Co-Founder of WomenCorporateDirectors. In New York, Mrs. Winter serves on the Board of Directors for The American Heart Association, and the YMCA of Greater New York. She is also a member of Women's Forum New York, the National Association of Corporate Directors, and is on the Council of the Graduate School of Business at the University of Chicago. She is a member of World Presidents' Organization, Chief Executives' Organization, The Chicago Network, The Trusteeship of Southern California, and The California Club. She is a Founding Members of the Donors' Circle of the California Foundation for Women. In 1998 Mrs. Winter served as Chairman of the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce, the first woman to hold that position in the organization's 110-year history.