Nancy Lambert Named to Board of Trustees
FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Sacred Heart University has named Nancy Lambert to its Board of Trustees, the institution’s top governing body.
Lambert, a Westport resident, is managing director of the Citigroup Global Wealth Management, Private Bank. She joined the Private Bank, one of the largest private banking businesses in the world, in 2006 and helps advise clients with more than $100 million in investable assets. In 2007, Institutional Investor magazine named Lambert one of 20 rising stars in wealth management globally.
Prior to Citigroup, Lambert spent five years at U.S. Trust in New York. Lambert began her career in corporate banking at J.P. Morgan in 1990, and when she left, she was a team leader in private banking with a portfolio in excess of $4 billion.
She has been a featured speaker at the New York Society of Securities Analysts on the subjects of asset allocation, family dynamics, gifting philosophies and market trends. She is a member of the Women’s College Mentoring Program, a national organization counseling young women considering careers in finance.
She is a board member of the NYU Cochlear Implant Center at the NYU School of Medicine, and the Orphan Drug Coalition.
Lambert has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Mathematics from Wheaton College. She is married to Dr. Louis Theodos, a reconstructive facial surgeon and participating physician for Doctors without Borders, an international medical humanitarian organization.