No. 25: Julie Goodridge, NorthStar Asset Management

September 2014
American Banker;9/26/2014, Vol. 179 Issue F337, p17
Trade Publication
The article discusses NorthStar Asset Management Inc.'s Founder and Chief Executive Officer Julie Goodridge, focusing on financial planing seminars for low-income women, and Goodridge's decision to renovate a former medical office in the Jamaica Plain section of Boston, Massachusetts.


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