Carol Pepper

Carol Pepper, CEO and Founder of Pepper International (www.pepperinternational.com), is a world-renowned expert in international wealth management. Carol runs an award winning family office and manages money for families with over $100 million in net worth. Prior to forming her own company, she had a career as a Private Banker for JP Morgan, Citibank and Credit Suisse and was a Senior Portfolio Manager at the Rockefeller Family Office, where she managed over a billion dollars for individuals, trusts and foundations.

Carol speaks at conferences around the globe, writes articles on high net worth money management and is interviewed in the press.

Carol graduated cum laude from Bryn Mawr College in 1984 with a BA in philosophy and a minor in Russian language. She earned an MBA in entrepreneurial studies from Columbia University Business School in 1989.

She has been involved with philanthropy throughout her career. She is an active supporter of Bryn Mawr College, Global White Lion Protection Trust (www.whitelions.org) and World Vision (http://www.worldvision.org/).

Carol wrote her first novel, Beyond Blood (www.beyondblood.com), while traveling the globe lecturing to wealthy families in Geneva, Dubai, Singapore and Sao Paulo. She was inspired by some of the unbelievable problems she saw when wealthy parents try to control their children with money, and wrote a thriller that tells the tale of an heiress who seeks to free herself from the clutches of a Benefactor with sinister plans. The book was nominated for an Indie Book Award in 2010.

Carol resides on Manhattan's Upper East Side and loves to visit tropical beaches whenever possible, especially if the weather turns cold.

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Camilla Webster

Camilla Webster is a published author, top business and broadcast journalist across media platforms, and a web entrepreneur.

Both a Forbes and Huffington Post contributor, she is a frequent guest on TV networks and radio stations and a respected host and moderator. In March 2012, Camilla will serve as the MC and moderator for TEDx New Wall Street at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California; guiding a key conversation on re-imagining banking for the information age in Silicon Valley.

In recognition of her recent work producing content for the empowerment and education of women in America, Camilla was invited to participate in the first White House Tweetup Briefing on The American Jobs Act with press secretary Jay Carney. In 2011, Camilla and her coauthor, Carol Pepper, signed a book deal with St. Martin’s Press for The Seven Pearls of Financial Wisdom: A Woman’s Guide to Enjoying Wealth and Power. The book, which launches April 24th, 2012 is positioned to change the way women think about their wealth and their opportunities. A blogger for Work in Progress, produced by ForbesWoman, Camilla has a growing network of readers engaging in her coverage, commentary and advice.

Camilla has reported on a wide range of subjects, including breaking news, Wall Street, corporate America, and geopolitics, providing real-time global financial market coverage and analysis from New York and London in hundreds of videos for Forbes and on TV networks including CNBC, MSNBC, Fox News and Fox Business. She regularly co-hosted WABC Radio in 2010 with John Batchelor and Simon Constable and guested on ABC affiliates. Her written work has appeared in  The Wall Street Journal, the New York Post and on MarketWatch.com.

As the Forbes anchor until 2010, Camilla has covered the Wall Street boom and crash, billionaires, real estate and collecting, interviewing innovative business leaders and celebrities, including Christine Lagarde, Richard Branson, Eli Broad, Emma Thompson, Sergey Brin, Don Peebles, Sarah Jessica Parker, T. Boone Pickens, Angela Braly, Michael Milken and Boris Johnson.

Prior to joining Forbes, Camilla was The Wall Street Journal broadcast news editor for CNBC and a producer for the TV show CBS MarketWatch Weekend.

Her career in news began as an intern at 60 Minutes, The 20th Century with Mike Wallace series and CBS News Radio in New York and London.

In 1995, Camilla earned her Honors MA and BA in Modern History and History of Art from the University of St. Andrews, Scotland. She is an alumna of The Brearley School in New York.

Camilla is also the cofounder of New York Natives™ LLC and nynatives.com, a website with a focus on expert content by New Yorkers including a Daily Blog. Her Monday: Money column runs weekly on the Huffington Post.

She is a member of 85 Broads, New York Women in Film and Television, the New York Society Library, and POWarts.

Find out more at www.camillawebster.com
Follow Camilla Webster @camillawebster