Four Ways Women Can Take Control of Their Financial Health

Adjusting for life events, taking advantage of workplace benefits and preparing for caregiving can make a big difference in your financial future.

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March is Women’s History Month, which also makes it a great time to think about how we can build a better future for women. And financial health needs to be part of that conversation.

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Kate Winget
Managing Director, Chief Revenue Officer for Morgan Stanley at Work, Global Equity Solutions

Kate brings more than 20 years of experience in financial services, technology and benefits. Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Kate held management and elevating leadership positions at several financial service institutions, including E*TRADE, First Republic Bank and PNC focused on B2B, B2C and B2B2C lines of business.