Helane Morrison has been in the news recently for her slow ascension in her career. Project Eve recently wrote an article that gave some of her background and told her story. The article started out by giving some background information about Morrison. It discussed how she has worked for both the public and private sector. It also discussed that in both, she holds herself and those who work around her to high standards. The article then went on to say how refreshing this is in an industry that has been uncovered for being extremely corrupt and underhanded.
The article then went on to explain how dangerous investing could be because of this dishonestly. It then explains Morrison’s place in helping to make the world of investments a better place. The article described her early career and how many waves she was able to make. Because Morrison has been able to make a positive difference wherever she goes, she has been quickly given one promotion after the next. And because of her good work and her honest way of getting the work done, the SEC made Morrison the Regional Director and Head of Commission.
Helane is now a Chief Compliance Officer, General Counsel and Managing Director at Hall Capital Partners Limited Liability Company, as well as serving on the executive committee of the firm. But before she started her career, Morrison attend Northwestern University and got her Bachelor of Science in Journalism. She then went on to the University of California Berkley, where she attended law school and served as the Editor in Chief of the California Law Review. Morrison then went on to work in a variety of different positions with her various degrees.
Her first job was clerking for Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun and she also worked for Honorable Richard Posner, on the seventh circuit court of appeals. Morrison then went on to private practice. During the 80s and 90s, she worked at Howard, Rice, Nemerovski, Canady, Falk and Rabkin in San Francisco. In the mid-90s, Morrison switched over to the public sector and worked as the head of enforcement at the SEC in San Francisco. It was after 3 years of this that she was given a promotion to head of the whole SEC office in San Francisco which she thrived in and was noted as one of the most influential people in the industry in this WSJ article. Finally in 2007, Helane Morrison joined Hall Capital Partners LLC.
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