How A Banker Reinvented Herself

by SixFigureStart | June 02, 2009

  • My Vault

When I first met Vivian Chen, she was an investment banker.  She had spent eight years working her way up the ranks to vice president. She had become an expert in her area of coverage, health care. Her staff numbered 100. And she had a global purview.

And then Vivian became one of the many casualties of the financial crisis. That’s when she came to see me. [More....]


--Posted by Marie Wiltz, RecessionWire.com


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