Elana Pianko-Ginsburg has risen through the ranks of the industry and has become a leader in financial services for high net worth individuals. Elana's passion for social change, philanthropy, and the environment is not only reflected in her career, but also in her volunteer work. Elana is a member of the Board of the National Women's History Museum in Washington, D.C. and is the Chair of the LA Council for the National Women's History Museum; she sits on the board for Earth Protect and is a member of the National Organization of Women Business Owners, Women's Leadership Exchange, Tara/Belizean Grove, Step Up Women's Network, Global Green USA, and the Sustainable Business Council.
Prior to joining the financial industry, Elana was the founding partner at Full Glass Films, where she produced seven feature films, earned several career honors, and was invited to premiere her film Gospel Hill at the 2009 Presidential Inauguration. Elana also produced several music videos for Sony Music, one of which garnered her Telly Award. Elana is a proud alumnus of Sarah Lawrence College.