TXWSW salutes its all-volunteer staff of women who are leaders in their field and make the time to contribute to our collective success. They lead by example and are generous with their time and resources in helping others. They are truly Limitless Leaders.
Please join us in recognizing Allison Westmoreland, a Limitless Leader. We are grateful for all that she does!
J.P. Morgan Private Bank, Vice President
TXWSW Volunteer Status: Networking Committee Member
Why did you choose to become a volunteer?
When I attended my first TXWSW event, I was impressed with how many remarkable women I met and even more captivated by the philanthropic efforts of TXWSW. Volunteering with TXWSW gives me the opportunity to build relationships with women in the finance industry AND support the next generation of female leaders at the Young Women’s Leadership Academy.
How have networking groups like Texas Wall Street Women helped your career?
TXWSW has given me the ability to serve alongside the most incredible women who have become friends and mentors to me. Not only have they offered guidance and wisdom as I navigate my career but they have also made important introductions to help me grow my business.
What is your current favorite book or podcast regarding personal growth, female empowerment, and or career advice?
The Go-Giver by Bob BurgTexas Wall Street Women is a non-profit networking group that supports its members in their career growth by offering valuable networking and educational opportunities. We also give back to our community through our partnership with the Young Women’s Preparatory Network that provides college preparatory education to underserved girls across Texas. We provide our entire programming with an all-volunteer staff who all have successful finance careers and still have time to volunteer to help other women achieve their goals.
Do you know a Limitless Leader making a difference in finance? We encourage you to share this with your mentors, friends, and colleagues so that we can celebrate their achievements and success by becoming a member of Texas Wall Street Women.