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Blair duQuesnay, CFA, discusses what it has been like to be a financial adviser during the coronavirus pandemic; the impact this crisis may have on diversity, equity, and inclusion in the investment management industry; and how COVID-19 has changed standards around work environments.

The Home Front speaker series captures the responses of leading thinkers to the current COVID-19 crisis. Speaking from their homes, these experts share their insights across economic, social, and political realms.


About the Speaker(s)

Blair duQuesnay, CFA
Blair duQuesnay CFP, CFA

Blair duQuesnay, CFA, is an investment advisor at Ritholtz Wealth Management and a member of the firm’s investment committee. She is an active financial commenter whose writing has been published in The New York Times and on her personal finance blog, The Belle Curve. Ms. duQuesnay has spoken at the CFA Institute Annual Conference, Morningstar Investment Conference, and CFA Institute Wealth Management Conference. She is also a former president of CFA Society Louisiana, where she continues to serve on the board. Ms. duQuesnay holds a BBA degree in finance from the University of Georgia.