50 Top Women in Wealth, the Regulators: Bair, Schapiro, Warren—Slideshow
While all 50 honorees of the 50 Top Women in Wealth for 2011 deserve recognition for their accomplishments and leadership, we are taking some extra time to look at certain members of the list, this year grouped by the major roles they play in wealth management.
Mary Callahan Erdoes: Learning, and Teaching, by Example—Top Women Extended Profile
Mary Callahan Erdoes is known for working hard and standing up for what she believes.
Michelle Clayman: Knowledge Is Power—Top Women Extended Profile
Michelle Clayman went from the traditions of Oxford to using research to further socially responsible investing and women's issues.