Adrianna holds the position of Investment Advisor, Managing Director, with Aaron Wealth Advisors. In this role, she is responsible for managing client relationships as well as with developing new business opportunities for the firm.
Prior to joining Aaron Wealth, Adrianna spent 8 years as a Banker and Client Advisor with J.P. Morgan’s Private Bank, overseeing a book of business totaling nearly $500 million in assets. In that role, she worked with some of the country’s most successful families to deliver tailored wealth planning solutions across multiple generations. Also, a large part of Adrianna’s focus is on providing care and guidance to recently divorced women and their families.
A former athlete, Adrianna was recruited to play Division I women’s volleyball at The University of Notre Dame, where she earned a B.A. degree in Accounting. She was identified as a talented and accomplished young professional in the Notre Dame accounting program with a membership in the Beta Alpha Psi Honor Society and served the South Bend community through the Tax Assistance Program, providing free income tax services to low income families. Outside the classroom, Adrianna served as volleyball team captain for two seasons, receiving All-American honors in 2005. Adrianna also holds an MBA degree from The Mendoza College of Business at Notre Dame, with a concentration in Investments. There, she was hand-picked by professors from a competitive applicant pool to join the Applied Investment Management (AIM) team, charged with fundamental bottoms-up equity research on tickers SLB and LULU in a $13.0 million equity portfolio.
Born in Silver Spring, MD and raised in Park Ridge, IL by her large Ukrainian family, Adrianna is now a resident of the Old Town neighborhood of Chicago and still speaks fluent Ukrainian. When not working with clients, she stays active with yoga, running, and cycling. An important aspect to Adrianna is giving back to the Chicago community through serving as an Auxiliary Board member of Reading In Motion, a Chicago-based literacy non-profit, and volunteering with Chicago Lights’ one-on-one tutoring program for grade-school children.