Director of Investments, Gitterman Asset Management
Jessica Skolnick, CFA, is the chair of the Investment Committee for Gitterman Wealth Management and Gitterman Asset Management. She leads the investment team and oversees the policies, processes, and procedures that support our SMART (Sustainability Metrics Applied to Risk Tolerance)® Investing Solutions.
Jessica began her career in 2006, working in emerging markets foreign exchange and futures. Since 2013, she has been working with model portfolio construction, management, and analysis for financial intermediaries, beginning with Ladenburg Thalmann Asset Management, the in-house asset manager for the subsidiary broker-dealers of Ladenburg Thalmann, where she served on an Investment Committee managing $2 billion+ in assets.
In 2015, she became the Director of Investment Advisory Research at American Portfolios, helping to build a suite of models and an SMA platform from the ground up. In 2017, she created the American Portfolios Impact Models and also led an ESG education campaign within the firm. She then joined the Portfolio Consulting team at OppenheimerFunds, serving as an ESG subject matter expert, and continued this role post-merger at Invesco prior to joining Gitterman Wealth Management.
Jessica is a CFA® charterholder and holds a BA Degree in Economics from Dartmouth College.
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