Maria Chrin’s path to Wall Street was born out of necessity.

Chrin grew up in Honduras, where she had heard the story of how her grandmother had lost a slew of money after her husband died, leaving her to figure out what to do with the stocks he owned in U.S. banks. Chrin’s grandmother found it difficult to make decisions about what to do with her money, and Chrin wanted to make sure the same thing didn’t happen to her.

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