Sabrina Lowell

Partner, Private Ocean

When you grow up outside Seattle, Microsoft is part of your consciousness. So when Sabrina Lowell received a small inheritance as a high school student in 1996, she invested in the company. Not surprisingly, the experience sparked her interest in investing.

When you grow up outside Seattle, Microsoft is part of your consciousness. So when Sabrina Lowell received a small inheritance as a high school student in 1996, she invested in the company. Not surprisingly, the experience sparked her interest in investing.

She tried out the industry as an intern during college and never looked back.

Ms. Lowell has spent 16 years with the same firm, Mosaic Partners, climbing through the ranks to chief operating officer. In September, that $620 million advisory firm became part of Private Ocean, and she became a partner in the $2.2 billion company.

Ms. Lowell wants women to be proactive in their careers — to take the initiative to suggest and create programs and new roles within their workplaces.

"It's also important for women to call out other women's leadership qualities and encourage each other to step forward," she said. "Men need to be in the conversation, too, helping women. It's not just women supporting women."

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