Jayne M. Rice is a Managing Director and the Director of Institutional Sales, Marketing and Investor Relations for Brookwood and is the Director of Marketing for Yesway. At Brookwood, Ms. Rice’s primary responsibility is to work with current and prospective institutional investors on all aspects of capital sourcing, marketing and investor relations. At Yesway, Ms. Rice is responsible for marketing, advertising, public relations and brand development.
Prior to joining Brookwood, Ms. Rice was the Director of Marketing and Client Service for a global emerging markets hedge fund in Boston where she was responsible for raising capital and investor relations. From 1990 to 2004, Ms. Rice was a senior executive at Marsh & McLennan, Inc. (“MMC”), most recently having served as Managing Director and Chairperson of the Solution Development Group, a department she created to help identify, develop and sell new products and services across all North American practices and industry specialties. As the North American Director of MMC’s Business in Combination initiative, Ms. Rice worked with Global Practice leaders to create new revenue and operating efficiencies across all MMC subsidiary companies. Ms. Rice serves as a Director for Beverly Bank in Beverly, Massachusetts, is a member of the Endicott College Board of Advisors, was a trustee of Brookwood School, where she served as the President of the Parents’ Association, and for many years was a Director at the Big Sister Association of Greater Boston and Girls Inc. of Lynn. She is a member of WIRE (Women in Real Estate), has been active with The Boston Club and The Commonwealth Institute, organizations that are focused on supporting senior women executives and entrepreneurs, and was a speaker at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston’s conference on “Reaching the Top: Challenges and Opportunities for Women Leaders.”
Ms. Rice is a graduate of Yale University.
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