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Alumna Honored by New York City YWCA

Megan Taylor, a member of Washington and Lee’s Class of 1996, will be honored next month at the YWCA of New York City’s 37th Annual Salute Luncheon.

Megan, chief operating officer of private wealth management in the Investment Management Division (IMD) of Goldman, Sachs & Co., will join the Academy of Women Leaders Class of 2010 during the luncheon on Nov. 5.

The YWCA-NYC Academy of Women Leaders (AWL) is a distinguished network of nearly 3,000 women whose companies and organizations have chosen to recognize women for their leadership, achievement and contributions to their companies, institutions and communities. The AWL dates back to 1973, and anywhere from 40 to 70 honorees are inducted every year. New honorees are spotlighted in the “Salute Journal” and the New York Times.

Megan serves on the IMD Divisional COO Committee, the IMD New Products Committee, the IMD Business Practices Committee and the IMD Strategic Infrastructure Committee.  She also chairs the Private Wealth Management Risk Committee.

Megan is the senior female sponsor of the IMD Women’s Network, which provides career development, networking and training opportunities for women across the division. Megan is also IMD’s Summer Women’s and Diversity Champion,  assisting the division in the recruitment and retention of new analysts and associates.

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