As a Director of Client Advisory, Cassandra works with Crestone clients on a variety of customized and integrated wealth management strategies, including asset allocation and analysis, concentrated position management, portfolio planning and implementation, wealth preservation and transfer planning, and overall financial analysis.

Prior to Crestone, Cassandra spent a decade at J.P. Morgan Asset Management in New York City, most recently working as an Executive Director and Portfolio Manager on the Multi-Asset Solutions team. In this role, she was responsible for asset allocation, manager selection, and tactical decision making for over $100 billion dollars in retirement assets. 

Cassandra earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Commerce, Organizations, and Entrepreneurship from Brown University. She is a CFA® charterholder. 

Cassandra serves on the Crestone Impact Committee.

Apart from Crestone, Cassandra serves on the Board of Directors for Cents Ability, Inc., a nonprofit dedicated to educating and empowering high school students to achieve their goals through prudent and informed management of their financial resources.

What are you passionate about personally?
I am incredibly passionate about financial literacy. With the rising cost of secondary education and an increasingly complex financial landscape, now more than ever we need to educate young people on how to spend, save, and achieve their goals in a healthy way.
What quality of yours makes you best suited to what you do?
I love problem solving, peeling back layers to get at the root of what we are working towards, and having different levers to pull to achieve a given goal. At Crestone, I have the opportunity to do that every day.
What do you love to do outside of work?
I tend to use fitness as an excuse to explore my surroundings. I love running and aim to run a marathon on every continent (two down so far!) I also love hiking and golfing, or really anything that gets me outside to see a new part of the place I am in.