Daisy Medici joined GenSpring in 2006 and is the managing director of governance and education. In addition to her primary role, Daisy oversees GenSpring’s Women & Wealth Initiative and is a member of GenSpring’s Leadership Team. For two consecutive years, Daisy was named as one of The 50 Most Influential Women in Private Wealth by Private Asset Management (PAM) magazine (2015, 2016).
Daisy focuses much of her time developing and administering GenSpring’s proprietary tools and processes specifically designed to help families increase their chances of sustaining wealth over generations. Daisy leads a team of GenSpring professionals skilled in the non-investment components of these processes, who work alongside GenSpring’s advisors as they help client families identify wealth objectives and develop appropriate methods for governing their shared assets.
Daisy is a frequent speaker on the topic of family governance and all that effective governance involves. Among the many topics Daisy addresses are Family Communication, Family Conflict and Recovering Trust, Non-investment Risk Management, as well as the Emotional Impacts of Wealth and the importance of Family Governance & Family Policies in Sustaining Wealth across Generations. Daisy has been a contributing author for Families in Business magazine and was recently published in Family Business magazine.
Daisy brings to GenSpring extensive experience in the family business space. Prior to joining the firm, Daisy was a partner at The Roseview Group, an investment banking and family business advisory firm where she worked with client families and focused on new business development and marketing. Prior to Roseview, she was managing director of Genus Resources, LLC, a business consultancy catering exclusively to the needs of family enterprises.
Daisy earned her graduate degree in Communications Management at Simmons College in Boston, MA. She has been an active member of The Family Firm Institute for many years and served twice as co-chair of their annual conference. Daisy currently co-chairs the Program Committee for the Family Firm Institute’s New England Chapter.
In addition to her career, Daisy’s main passion is her large, loving, gregarious family who span the country from coast to coast. Daisy hails from a family who proudly spent five generations in the newspaper business.