Commonwealth Planning Women’s Conference

The virtual event, in its third year, aims to engage advisors, staff members and others and inspire the advancement of women in the financial advisory business.

Commonwealth Financial Network will hold its Summit for Women Advisors virtually June 23-24.

The virtual event, in its third year, is for its advisors, staff members and others. It aims to inspire the advancement of women in the financial advisory business.

The conference will include sessions presented by Commonwealth experts and guest speakers to more than 250 attendees. Featured keynote speakers include Glennon Doyle, author, activist, and founder of Together Rising; Brad Phillips, chief executive, Throughliner Group; and Reneé Rongen, speaker, author and business consultant.

The firm this year also launched its Women of Commonwealth initiative, which supports women advisors in achieving their personal and business-related goals. About 20% of Commonwealth’s advisors are women.

Commonwealth Financial Network, based in Waltham, Mass., is a registered investment advisor and provides business solutions for more than 2,000 independent financial advisors nationwide.

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