Movers & Shakers 2010: Eleanor Blayney

When Eleanor Blayney retired from Sullivan, Bruyette, Speros and Blayney after nearly 20 years as a prominent planner, she wasn't sure what her next chapter would be. As she began looking back, she realized that, as the only female partner in her firm, women clients had sought her out. She recognized a group of professional women much like her, age 45 to 65, who were hungry for a different kind of advice.

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