New York Life | June 26, 2023
New York Life’s Sara Guenoun has been named a Rising Star at the recent 2023 With Intelligence ETF and Mutual Fund Awards.
Sara was recognized for her outstanding contributions to the ETF and mutual fund industry through her impactful, strategic approach to fund communications and public relations.
Sara supports the management, planning, and execution of integrated communications strategies for a range of New York Life Investments (NYLI) offerings that meet the business’s short- and long-term goals. Sara has cultivated important relationships to manage Public Relations programs that bring to life the value of NYLI.
Before joining New York Life in September of 2021, Sara worked on the agency side at Aspectus Group and previously with Dukas Linden PR, where she helped drive communications programs for asset management firms. Sara received her B.A. from John Hopkins where she studied Romance Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics. Sara has been involved in her community as she was previously on the Young Progressions Committee at the New York Women in Communications, and active in civil rights and social action through her past position as a NextGen Board Member with the Anti-Defamation League.
Please join us in celebrating Sara on this achievement!
About the award
The With Intelligence Rising Stars are a selected group of up-and-comers who have made significant strides early in their careers and shown significant potential around leadership in their profession, firm, and fund industry, outstanding contributions to innovation, product development, asset growth, and client service, and active contribution to the mutual fund and ETF industry.
About With Intelligence
With Intelligence, formerly known as Fund Intelligence, is a provider of data, intelligence and connections intended to find opportunities and give the right intelligence to prepare for success. The company specializes in offering business intelligence data, insight and content to cover hedge funds, private equity, real estate, private debt and traditional asset management.
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