MAKER Mara Bralove knows the value of listening
Known for her generosity of spirit and her time mentoring others, especially women, Mara is the “go-to mentor” for early-career women at her complex, including summer interns and research analysts. full-time branch. It’s one of the many reasons she was named a Morgan Stanley MAKER, joining a distinguished group of women and men, all nominated by their peers, to have served as advocates, pioneers and innovators for the advancement of women. She calls it “an incredible honor and pleasure to be recognized for something that is important to me, that helps women succeed.”
She has also received other accolades including the President’s Club Community Leader Award and the 2021 Invest in Others Award for her community involvement, including serving on the board of directors of Imagination Stage, a children’s theater in Bethesda. , and Theater J, a nationally recognized Jew. theater in DC She was named to the Forbes list of Top Wealth Advisors in America, Top Women Wealth Advisors in America and Top 200 Women Wealth Advisors in America. She is also on working mother list of the best wealth advisor moms.
The key to her success has been “authenticity,” she says. “I genuinely care about our clients and genuinely care about their lives. I like to learn about people.
Among her greatest joys is motherhood and the bond between the sons, Elie, 14, and Félix, 11. “They really support each other,” says Mara, who enjoys spending time with her boys and her husband, Ari, especially outdoors, hiking. and draw inspiration from nature.
High on her list of daily inspirations are “the many women here at the firm,” she says. “I feel incredibly lucky to have had mentors I could call on anytime. I learned so much from how they treat others and run their practices. The women at Morgan Stanley are truly remarkable.
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