Elizabeth Mannen is a Managing Director at Wells Fargo with her own Mannen Group, a practice focused on providing family office services to high net worth clients, family foundations, and those in the midst of significant life changes, such as selling a business, the death of a spouse, divorce, or those considering retirement.
She has been honored multiple years by both Barron’s Magazine and Forbes Magazine as a top Financial Advisor in the industry and for the care and dedication she and her team display for their clients. She is a five-time cancer survivor who never gives up and lives to give back.
Elizabeth is heavily involved in the Berges Family Foundation, where she interviews, vets, prepares, and present to its founders, Jim and Cathy Berges, the best places for their nonprofit foundation investments. Passionate about this work, Elizabeth sees this as an ideal opportunity to continue to contribute to making St. Louis a better place to live, work, and invest.
During her 26 years at Wells Fargo Advisors, she has been an active participant in its corporate philanthropy efforts. Currently, Elizabeth is a Board member of Lydia’s House shelter for domestic abuse, St. Louis Ovarian Cancer Awareness, and the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. She is a previous board member of the Missouri Baptist Hospital Foundation. She has been a member of Sing for Siteman for four consecutive years and in 2017, served as the Honorary Chair.
Elizabeth, who resides in Ladue, sees herself as a connector, bringing either dollars, resources, or people to the organizations she serves. Elizabeth has twin 32-year-old children, Katherine, an attorney with a practice in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and Kristopher, an engineer in Oklahoma City.