Eve Ellis, principal of The Matterhorn Group of Morgan Stanley, a full-service wealth advisory group for individuals and institutions, is a portfolio manager of The Parity Portfolio, a capital markets portfolio that invests solely in companies with significant female representation on their boards.\nThe Parity Portfolio was recently featured in DealBook in the New York Times, as well as in articles in the Huffington Post, The Globe & Mail, and Zeit Online. Eve, who earned her B.A. at Yale University, is a CFP, CIMA, Accredited Investment Fiduciary and Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy, and was certified by the Institute for Preparing Heirs.\nActive in alumni activities of Friends' Central School in Philadelphia and Yale, she is also involved in many other charities: the Ms. Foundation (Executive Committee; Co-Chair, Investment Committee), the Mann Center for the Performing Arts (her grandfather was the philanthropist, Fredric R. Mann), New Dramatists, Jewish Womens Archive (Chair, Investment Committee), Congregation Rodeph Sholom (Investment Committee) and Maccabi USA (Board Member). A former professional tennis player, Eve was inducted into the Philadelphia Jewish Hall of Fame in 2011.\nRecently, as a former Board Member of Susan G. Komen for the Cure NY, Eve was at the forefront of the debate on the decision by Komen to defund Planned Parenthood appearing many times on all major networks and national news shows, ranging from NBC Nightly News to The Lawrence O'Donnell Show.
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