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Subha Barry Discusses Strategies For Achieving A Balance

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  • Date Added : 9/8/2006
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Subha Barry

  • Managing Director, Merrill Lynch
  • female
  • Asian
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  • Subha Barry - Panel - Defining Success
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Subha Barry is Managing Director of Multicultural and Diversified Business Development for Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. In this role, she is responsible for developing a multicultural business platform to increase Merrill Lynch's presence among diverse markets through creative and innovative sales and marketing strategies aimed at diverse communities. Barry joined Merrill Lynch in 1989 and spent 13 years in the US Private Client Group as a Financial Advisor and Branch Manager. In 2001, she created the Multicultural and Diversified Business Development group to help establish Merrill Lynch as the preeminent wealth management firm among diverse and multicultural markets. She was appointed to her current role in 2005. Subha Barry holds a Bachelor of Accounting from Bombay University, India, a Master of Business and Public Management and a Master of Accounting from Rice University, Houston, Texas.

I talked briefly about my health challenges but I will tell you that that leads me to talking to you about that balance between work and home which I don't think that I quite found right away and that is something that I'm still working on. I still make a lot of mistakes but here's how I handle it....(Full transcript available to logged in subscribers.).

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Subha Barry videos

Video 1 of 14 Subha Barry Provides Personal Definition of Success
  • Subha Barry - Panel - Defining Success
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Video 2 of 14 Subha Barry Shares Thoughts on Setting Goals
  • Subha Barry - Panel - Defining Success
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Video 3 of 14 Subha Barry States Different People Are Wired Different Ways
  • Subha Barry - Panel - Defining Success
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Video 4 of 14 Subha Barry States Importance of Learning From Failures
  • Subha Barry - Panel - Defining Success
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Video 5 of 14 Subha Barry States Importance of Bringing Female Characteristics To Business Situations
  • Subha Barry - Panel - Defining Success
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Video 6 of 14 Subha Barry States Importance of Understanding Your Strengths
  • Subha Barry - Panel - Defining Success
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Video 7 of 14 Subha Barry Shares Story About Determination To Get A Client
  • Subha Barry - Panel - Defining Success
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Video 8 of 14 Subha Barry Discusses Cancer Diagnosis And Decision To Change Professional Role
  • Subha Barry - Panel - Defining Success
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Video 9 of 14 Subha Barry States Importance of Mentoring and Helping Other Women Along The Path
  • Subha Barry - Panel - Defining Success
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Video 10 of 14 Subha Barry Discusses Strategies For Achieving A Balance
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Video 11 of 14 Subha Barry Shares Thoughts on Role of Women In The Future
  • Subha Barry - Panel - Defining Success
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Video 12 of 14 Subha Barry States Women Are Beginning To Understand The Importance of The Informal Network
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  • 2 min. 43 sec.
Video 13 of 14 Subha Barry Shares Story About Her Daughter's Career Choices
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Video 14 of 14 Subha Barry States Current Generation of Women Have Seen Leveling Of Playing Field With Men
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