Join Women in Super at our annual networking breakfast at the Conference of Major Super Funds, this year in Brisbane.
We are delighted to have Sabrina Bailey, Global Head of Retirement Solutions at Northern Trust Asset Management based in the US, as our speaker at this year's event.
Climbing the corporate ladder can be daunting, even more so for women in investment management. Sabrina Bailey, who was recently awarded the 2017 Distinguished Woman Investment Professional of the Year by the Women Investment Professional Chicago, will share stories of her career journey, with a focus on five key attributes that have helped her both overcome the hurdles and celebrate the successes along the way. More importantly, she will seek to provide actionable examples of how we can all use these attributes to overcome obstacles and celebrate successes while following our own unique career journey.
ABOUT SABRINA BAILEY
Sabrina Bailey is the Global Head of Retirement Solutions and a member of the Operating Group and Business Leadership Council at Northern Trust Asset Management. In her role, Sabrina has responsibility for the development and deployment of Northern Trust’s retirement strategy globally. She leads the talents and resources of the Retirement Solutions team, partnering with the distribution and client service teams, to ensure clients have access to the expertise and services they need, when they need it.
In 2017, Sabrina was awarded the prestigious Distinguished Woman Investment Professional award which seeks to recognise a leading figure for her contributions and achievements in the institutional asset management industry.
Prior to joining Northern Trust, Sabrina served as the U.S. Defined Contribution Segment Leader for Mercer Investments. Sabrina has also held management, investment consulting and research positions at Towers Watson, RogersCasey, Arnerich Massena & Associates and PRIMCO Capital Management.
Please note: this event is open to all (members, non-members, women and men).
This event is proudly sponsored by Northern Trust Asset Management.