Eleanor Blayney, CFP® is the Consumer Advocate for the Certified Financial Planner Board of Standards, reaching out to consumers to help them understand how financial planning and CFP® professionals can improve their lives.\nThe author of Womens Worth, a book about how women can make the most of their financial lives, Eleanor worked with individual clients for more than twenty years to help them articulate and plan for their financial goals. As the only woman partner in a four-partner firm, Eleanor drew upon her female intuition, communication strengths, and facility for sustaining relationships to help build a wealth management firm that has served hundreds of clients in the Washington, D.C. metro area and around the country.\nPassionate about finding ways to foster gender parity in the financial planning profession, Eleanor helped to spearhead CFP Boards Womens Initiative (WIN) to address the industrys feminine famine. On behalf of the WIN Advisory Panel comprising leaders in the area of women in financial services Eleanor authored Making More Room for Women in the Financial Planning Profession, a 2014 white paper which presents the findings of a comprehensive research study on why there arent more women CFP® professionals and offers the WIN Advisory Panels recommendations to help attract more women to the profession.\nEleanor holds a number of degrees and designations. She earned an MA in English Literature from the University of Cambridge UK and an MBA from the University of Chicago. She is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER professional.\nWell-known as a conference speaker and frequently quoted in the news media, Eleanor has played a pioneering role in building and shaping the financial planning profession. She has taught for the College of Financial Planning, and has helped to develop practice standards and ethical requirements for CFP® professionals in the U.S.\nVisit Eleanor on CFP Boards website at http:\/\/www.cfp.net\/learn\/advocate.asp or follow her on Twitter at @EleanorBlayney.
The Supreme Court decision looks and feels monumental to most Americans, even if it just confirmed the status quo, and clients will want to know its likely impact on their budgets, their retirement planning, and the economy.