Kedra Newsom of Boston Consulting Group engaged the M Community in a robust discussion about women’s wealth and the complex needs of HNW and UHNW women. She shared specific strategies for advisors in this market and how the industry is changing to better reach this audience.
Kedra Newsom is the Managing Director and Partner at Boston Consulting Group (BCG) in Chicago. Kedra’s a core member of the Financial Institutions and Social Impact practices and serves as the Chicago office lead for the firm’s Diversity Cadre.
Since joining BCG in 2009, Kedra has focused her work on the financial services sector and K-12 public education. She has extensive experience in operations strategy for asset management and asset-servicing firms. In the education space, she spearheaded the development of a statewide report card for Illinois schools and a strategy development project for the University of Chicago Charter School network.
Kedra earned her MBA from the Harvard Business School and her B.A. in computer science and engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She is also a member of the Global Asset Management Leadership Team, a Center for Illinois’ Future Board Member, and the Great Lakes Black & Latinx Network Lead.
Note: Kedra Newsom is a financial analyst, not a financial advisor. Her data and information should not be used for advice.