The Enterprising Women of Buckingham

As part of Town & Style’s special section featuring the enterprising women of Buckingham, Chief Talent Officer Shannon O’Toole Kuhlman discusses the firm’s effort to reach out and attract more women, on both the advisor and client sides.

 

 

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Shannon O’Toole Kuhlman

Shannon also takes pride in preserving the collaborative culture that has made the firm successful. She and her team work to make sure associates have the appropriate leadership, feedback, engagement and mentorship they need to succeed. Previously, Shannon was the director of recruiting for Renaissance Financial Corporation. She holds a bachelor’s degree in consumer and family economics from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She is an active member of Our Little Haven young professionals board and the American Youth Foundation. She is also on the University of Missouri–Columbia Personal Financial Planning Department’s Board of Advisors. A St. Louis native, she currently resides in Kirkwood, Mo. with her husband, Kyle, along with their three children.

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