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All posts by Kathleen McQuiggan

Kathleen McQuiggan is a Wealth Advisor at Artemis Financial Advisors where she works with clients to create sustainable financial plans and investment portfolios.

Meet Business Psychologist, Camille Preston, PhD, PCC

February 20, 2020

As part of our Women, Money and Impact series, we recently hosted a lunch-and-learn with business psychologist Camille Preston, CEO of AIM Leadership.  Our luncheon topic was bandwidth management – how to manage our time, energy, and attention to not only stay abreast of work but also to plan and think strategically. Failing to manage bandwidth impacts everything, especially the ability to effectively prepare, work at … Read more

What is Financial Planning?

September 26, 2019

Ten years ago, I decided to make a major career change that I knew could have longer-term repercussions and affect my overall financial health. Up to that point, I thought I had been financially savvy by maxing out my retirement savings, tracking my spending, saving for retirement and investing that savings in a range of ways. But I didn’t have a formal financial plan in place. … Read more

Meet Patient Advocate, Dr. Stacey Batista

August 1, 2019

As part of our Women, Money and Impact series, we recently hosted a lunch-and-learn with Dr. Stacey Batista of Sirona Health Advocates. Dr. Batista is a patient advocate—a resource we at Artemis believe to be quite valuable to someone facing a complicated medical diagnosis or perhaps trying to navigate end-of-life care for a family member. I found Dr. Batista when I was recently trying to navigate … Read more

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The Health-Wealth Connection and Gender Differences

July 25, 2019

In this Brief, we explore the connection between health and wealth. In particular, we examine the differences between men and women, both in terms of how they manage their money and the different circumstances that they face. Read more

Women, Money and Impact

December 4, 2018

Having worked in financial services for over 28 years, I’ve often observed some gendered differences in the workplace, in investing and even in how individuals think and talk about money (or for that matter don’t talk about money). But it was this New York Times piece, Money is Power and Women Need More of Both, out earlier this year, that really captured the true essence … Read more

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