Ms. Redfield is a first vice president, and Institutional Consultant at Morgan Stanley. With over 20 years of wealth management experience, Robyn has been delivering highly customized life stage financial planning and investment growth strategies to foundations, endowments, families and individuals. Her comprehensive approach to financial management includes a thorough planning process and a commitment to providing outstanding service and advice with a passion and integrity. Her client’s goals and values are top priority and Robyn works to help her clients achieve their personal goals and financial objectives.

Robyn has strong roots in her community. She currently serves as the chairwoman for the American Red Cross Massachusetts Tiffany Circle, is a board director for The American Red Cross, The Forsyth Institute, The Collette Foundation and Classics for Kids.

Robyn has received the five star professional awards for excellence since its inception in 2010 and was chosen as a representative by the US State Department for the Women’s Leadership Summit in Amman Jordan.

Prior to joining Morgan Stanley in 1999, Robyn worked at Merrill Lynch as a financial advisor to individual investors, corporate executives and nonprofit organizations. She has also held management positions at Estee Lauder.

Robyn holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Bridgeport, and has a Certified Investment Management Analyst and CEC designation from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania. Robyn is a member of the executive committee of the Women’s Business Leaders’ Summit, which is sponsored by the U.S. State Department and held in Amman, Jordan.