Susan Sofronas

02.16.2024

As Managing Director and Head of West Coast Activities, Susan plays a pivotal role in overseeing West Coast  operations, with a focus on client relations, and organic growth of Manchester Capital’s wealth management business. She is also a member of the Executive Team. Susan brings over 30 years of experience as a valued and trusted strategic advisor for complex ultra-high-net-worth families. Prior to joining Manchester Capital Management, she held senior positions at Geller Advisors, BBR Partners, Citigroup Private Bank, and Morgan Stanley. A powerful communicator and a trusted advisor, she inspires, coaches, educates, counsels, and partners with clients and colleagues.

Susan has been recognized by both her peers and outside organizations, including the Financial Times, which named her one of the Top 100 Women Financial Advisors in America, and by Private Asset Management (PAM) as one of The 50 Most Influential Women in Private Wealth. Her insights on wealth management and women and wealth have also appeared in various financial media, from the Wall Street Journal to Worth magazine.

Susan and her husband have three wonderful children and two four-legged ones. Outside of work, Susan’s happy place is either on the tennis court or enjoying long beach walks with her husband and dogs. She also enjoys skiing, cooking, wine tasting, entertaining, and travel.

Additional Certifications: NACD.DC

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