Yvonne Hall

Yvonne Hall has been a member of the Foundation since 2001, is the Treasurer of the Board, and chairs the Foundation’s Finance & Investment Audit Committee, which she has served on since 2017. During her time with the organization, she also has served on the Membership Committee, several Diversity Partner Grant Committees, and the Pooled Fund Grant Committee. Professionally, Yvonne is the founding partner of the Hall Wealth Management Group of Wells Fargo Advisors. She and her team of financial professionals (all women) provide holistic planning and wealth management services to individuals and families in multiple states around the United States. Yvonne earned and maintains the Certified Financial Planner (CFP®) designation and the credential of Certified Investment Management Analyst (CIMA®). She earned a B.S. in Business Administration from Berry College in North Georgia. She also is a certified yoga instructor and teaches periodically at Village Green Yoga in Issaquah. She and her husband, Daniel, live in Preston and share their home with two pampered Brittany dogs. Yvonne joined the Washington Women’s Foundation transformation because she believes in the empowerment of women and girls as a source of positive change in our world and enjoys working with like-minded women to bring about those changes.

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Announcing our Convening 2022 Panelists

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The Rest and Repair Awards: A $1 Million Fund in Support of Black Women Leaders 

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