Blair duQuesnay, CFA, CFP, is an investment adviser at Ritholtz Wealth Management. She works with clients to create sustainable financial plans and investment strategies, and she is a member of the firm’s investment committee. duQuesnay writes about personal finance and issues pertaining to women on her blog The Belle Curve. She is an active contributor and commenter on the financial services industry. She is the author of The New York Times opinion piece, “Consider Firing Your Male Broker” in January 2019. She has been featured or quoted in publications including The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, InvestmentNews, Morningstar Advisor Magazine, and Business Insider. She has been featured as a speaker and panelist at the CFA Annual Conference, Morningstar Investment Conference, and the CFA Wealth Management Conference. duQuesnay is a CFA charterholder and is a past president of the CFA Society of Louisiana. She is currently the Chair of Citizens for 1 Greater New Orleans, a nonpartisan advocacy organization focused on ethics and good government. She is a sustaining member and former board member of the Junior League of New Orleans. duQuesnay and her husband live in New Orleans with their two young children.
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