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Anna Burish to lead discussion on financial freedom at Wisconsin Leadership Summit

Center: Anna Burish. Left to right: Jeff Bowman, Ryan Zerwer, Renae Sigall, Robert Wynn.

Anna Burish, an Associate Director at The Burish Group of UBS, will lead an important panel discussion titled “Moving to emancipatory economic freedom: How to build & keep wealth for ourselves and in our communities” on Monday, October 18, the first day of the fourth annual Wisconsin Leadership Summit.

The all-online Summit is the state’s premier professional development, networking and community building event. Registration is open now at WisconsinLeadershipSummit.com.

Anna has been with UBS Financial Services Inc. since 1994, serving in different branches throughout the U.S., including Los Angeles, Denver, and Chicago. Within the team, Anna serves at Chief Operating Officer and Financial Advisor, overseeing the strategic development of the team while ensuring and raising the level of service our clients have come to expect.

Away from the office, Anna has deeply rooted ties to the community and currently serves on the board for Maydm Inc., is a committee member on the Overture Center’s Equity and Innovation committee and is a finance committee member for Madison Community Foundation. She previously served on many other boards including Board Chair for United Way of Dane County, American Family Children’s Hospital, Domestic Abuse Intervention Services (DAIS), St. Mary’s Hospital Foundation and Edgewood Campus School’s Board of Directors. Anna has received numerous awards, most recently the 2018 United Women Philanthropy Award.

Joining her on the panel are:

  • CLIMB (Communities Learning to Invest and Mobilize for Business) founder Robert Wynn
  • UW Credit Union Corporate Branch Manager Renae Sigall
  • Forward Community Investments CEO Ryan Zerwer
  • Bay Bank President and CEO Jeff Bowman

The Wisconsin Leadership Summit will last five days and feature 25 panels on a range of issues, such as workplace diversity, education, health care, social justice and more. Registration is $49, with discount rates for nonprofit and government employees and students.