CONVERSATIONS: Stories of Women and Men

Margaret Prentice, Retired from a 35-year career in financial services now fulfilling an item on her bucket list – walking the Camino de Santiago
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Margaret Prentice

Margaret Prentice retired from a 35-year career in financial services – having spent 25 years at CNA Insurance, beginning in Human Resources and soon migrating to the “business of the business” – underwriting and business development for National Accounts. The most rewarding years of Margaret’s career were her last 10 years – at Regent Atlantic Capital, a nationally recognized fee-only wealth advisory firm. As a partner in the firm, she led marketing and business development. In 2008, Margaret was named to the NJBIZ Best 50 Women in Business. A native of Texas, Margaret graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a B.S. in Education and Fairleigh Dickinson University with an M.B.A. Margaret and her husband John moved to Denver CO in 2018 to be near their daughter and grandchildren. In New Jersey, Margaret enjoyed urban walking and now in her new home state, she’s taken to hiking, particularly enjoying the foothills of the Rockies. For many years, walking the Camino has been on Margaret’s Bucket List. Finally, in May 2022 she began that amazing journey. Margaret served on the boards of Habitat for Humanity Newark and the Community Foundation of New Jersey. In Denver, Margaret is a board member of Impact100 Metro Denver, a women’s collective giving organization and chairs the Membership Committee.

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