Slideshow Women Advisors Forum 2012 Dallas Conference

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  • June 10 2012, 7:03pm EDT
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Remember the Alimony panelists, from left: Cathy Threadgill; Joan Nye of JPN Financial; Patricia Barrett of Lifetime Planning LLC; Patte Lee of MassMutual Financial Group; and Sharon Washburn of Morgan Stanley Smith Barney

The Women Advisors Forum traveled to Dallas for the first time on May 22 for a full day of sessions on what's next for the economy, advising clients through divorce, reaching younger generations, success secrets from multi-million dollar advisors and more. Check out these photos for some of the day's highlights, and stay tuned for more Women Advisors Forum news from our next event in Chicago on June 12.

Kristin North of TD Ameritrade Institutional talks about how advisors can better target younger generations.

The Women Advisors Forum traveled to Dallas for the first time on May 22 for a full day of sessions on what's next for the economy, advising clients through divorce, reaching younger generations, success secrets from multi-million dollar advisors and more. Check out these photos for some of the day's highlights, and stay tuned for more Women Advisors Forum news from our next event in Chicago on June 12.

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Sadie Hocker of Nova 401(k) Associates, left, and Vickie Wise of The Private Bank at Bank of Texas

The Women Advisors Forum traveled to Dallas for the first time on May 22 for a full day of sessions on what's next for the economy, advising clients through divorce, reaching younger generations, success secrets from multi-million dollar advisors and more. Check out these photos for some of the day's highlights, and stay tuned for more Women Advisors Forum news from our next event in Chicago on June 12.

Katie Brewer of Placemark Investments, left, and Markita Melton of Merrill Lynch

The Women Advisors Forum traveled to Dallas for the first time on May 22 for a full day of sessions on what's next for the economy, advising clients through divorce, reaching younger generations, success secrets from multi-million dollar advisors and more. Check out these photos for some of the day's highlights, and stay tuned for more Women Advisors Forum news from our next event in Chicago on June 12.

From left: Amber Laird of Raymond James-Morgan Keegan, Anneliese Watts of Raymond James-Morgan Keegan, Nicole Spinelli of Raymond James, and April Brown of Raymond James-Morgan Keegan

The Women Advisors Forum traveled to Dallas for the first time on May 22 for a full day of sessions on what's next for the economy, advising clients through divorce, reaching younger generations, success secrets from multi-million dollar advisors and more. Check out these photos for some of the day's highlights, and stay tuned for more Women Advisors Forum news from our next event in Chicago on June 12.

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Lynn Miori of KMH Wealth Management, left, and Janelle Ward of TD Ameritrade Institutional

The Women Advisors Forum traveled to Dallas for the first time on May 22 for a full day of sessions on what's next for the economy, advising clients through divorce, reaching younger generations, success secrets from multi-million dollar advisors and more. Check out these photos for some of the day's highlights, and stay tuned for more Women Advisors Forum news from our next event in Chicago on June 12.

From left: Jean Arias, Polly Moore and Lori Gann, all of Raymond James-Morgan Keegan

The Women Advisors Forum traveled to Dallas for the first time on May 22 for a full day of sessions on what's next for the economy, advising clients through divorce, reaching younger generations, success secrets from multi-million dollar advisors and more. Check out these photos for some of the day's highlights, and stay tuned for more Women Advisors Forum news from our next event in Chicago on June 12.

Amy McIlwain of Financial Social Media takes a picture of the audience during her talk on social media success and compliance.

The Women Advisors Forum traveled to Dallas for the first time on May 22 for a full day of sessions on what's next for the economy, advising clients through divorce, reaching younger generations, success secrets from multi-million dollar advisors and more. Check out these photos for some of the day's highlights, and stay tuned for more Women Advisors Forum news from our next event in Chicago on June 12.

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Kelly Rigas of RBC Wealth Management, left, and Susan Riley-Hayes of Ameriprise Financial discuss their success strategies during the Multi-Million Dollar Woman panel.

The Women Advisors Forum traveled to Dallas for the first time on May 22 for a full day of sessions on what's next for the economy, advising clients through divorce, reaching younger generations, success secrets from multi-million dollar advisors and more. Check out these photos for some of the day's highlights, and stay tuned for more Women Advisors Forum news from our next event in Chicago on June 12.

Sherry Thiltgen of TD Ameritrade, left, and Laura Gentry of LPL Financial

The Women Advisors Forum traveled to Dallas for the first time on May 22 for a full day of sessions on what's next for the economy, advising clients through divorce, reaching younger generations, success secrets from multi-million dollar advisors and more. Check out these photos for some of the day's highlights, and stay tuned for more Women Advisors Forum news from our next event in Chicago on June 12.

Christine Baker, left, and Janaye Roy, both of Charles Schwab

The Women Advisors Forum traveled to Dallas for the first time on May 22 for a full day of sessions on what's next for the economy, advising clients through divorce, reaching younger generations, success secrets from multi-million dollar advisors and more. Check out these photos for some of the day's highlights, and stay tuned for more Women Advisors Forum news from our next event in Chicago on June 12.

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Terry Lilienfield, left, and Kathleen McQuiggan, both of Pax World

The Women Advisors Forum traveled to Dallas for the first time on May 22 for a full day of sessions on what's next for the economy, advising clients through divorce, reaching younger generations, success secrets from multi-million dollar advisors and more. Check out these photos for some of the day's highlights, and stay tuned for more Women Advisors Forum news from our next event in Chicago on June 12.

Yana Morgan of Weitz Funds, left, and Gail Hoffman-Jackson of Raymond James

The Women Advisors Forum traveled to Dallas for the first time on May 22 for a full day of sessions on what's next for the economy, advising clients through divorce, reaching younger generations, success secrets from multi-million dollar advisors and more. Check out these photos for some of the day's highlights, and stay tuned for more Women Advisors Forum news from our next event in Chicago on June 12.

Multi-Million Dollar Woman panelists Lynn Faust of Raymond James, left, and Lora Hoff of IPI Wealth Management

The Women Advisors Forum traveled to Dallas for the first time on May 22 for a full day of sessions on what's next for the economy, advising clients through divorce, reaching younger generations, success secrets from multi-million dollar advisors and more. Check out these photos for some of the day's highlights, and stay tuned for more Women Advisors Forum news from our next event in Chicago on June 12.

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Kate Healy of TD Ameritrade, left, and Lynn Miori of KMH Wealth Management

The Women Advisors Forum traveled to Dallas for the first time on May 22 for a full day of sessions on what's next for the economy, advising clients through divorce, reaching younger generations, success secrets from multi-million dollar advisors and more. Check out these photos for some of the day's highlights, and stay tuned for more Women Advisors Forum news from our next event in Chicago on June 12.