Maureen has dedicated her efforts to RBC Wealth Management for more than fifteen years. An Accredited Wealth Manager, she is recognized for her advanced knowledge of wealth management processes, focused on business and retirement planning, in addition to estate planning services for high-net-worth clients. Maureen’s expertise includes helping clients articulate their dreams in order to develop their financial strategies to support the realization of those dreams.
When considering the best aspects of her profession, Maureen cites the opportunity to work with people and instill confidence that they can achieve their goals. She approaches every client relationship with a commitment to treat all clients the way she would want her parents and family treated.
Maureen received the 2019 Women’s Association of Financial Advisors (WAFA) Gail Winslow Award. The WAFA Gail Winslow Award recognizes a woman at RBC Wealth Management – U.S. who demonstrates exemplary efforts to help attract, support and retain women clients and financial advisors. The award was established in memory of RBC Wealth Management Financial Advisor Gail Winslow, who was a trailblazer with more than 60 years in the financial services industry. In addition, Maureen was named to the 2021 and 2022 Forbes Top Women Wealth Advisors list in the U.S. as well as being ranked the #4 Women Wealth Advisor in Rhode Island by Forbes for 2022.
Giving back to the community is important to Maureen, who serves on the executive board of the Star Kids Scholarship Program in Newport, Rhode Island. In 2020, she was recognized as one of three national finalists for Volunteer of the Year by the Invest in Others organization, for her commitment to the Star Kids program. In addition, Maureen is an emeritus trustee of the Foundation for the Advancement of Catholic Schools (FACS) in the Archdiocese of Hartford, where she served as president for four years. She also volunteers as a judge for the SIFMA Student Essay Contest. Maureen has also devoted her time to the East Regional board for the RBC Foundation and is a past president of the RBC WAFA board.
A graduate of the University of Hartford, Maureen earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in accounting before completing her MBA at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. Maureen and her husband live in Westerly, Rhode Island and have four grown daughters. The oldest, Courtney Mahoney, has worked alongside Maureen since 2014. Appreciative of time spent relaxing with her family, Maureen treasures her new title of “Nanny K” as daughter, Melanie, and son-in-law, Dean, welcomed twin daughters in 2019. Golfing and entertaining are top of the list with whatever spare time is left.