6:00 pm — 9:00 pm
Tamarack Country Club
55 Locust Rd

Greenwich , CT 06831
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Cocktail Reception 6:00pm
Dinner and Program 7:00pm

Business Attire 


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Annual Dinner at Tamarack Country Club
Interview with Andy Sieg – Head of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management and Honoree Rev. Neely Towe


Andy Sieg is Head of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, leading more than 14,000 advisors and 6,000 client associates in the fi rm’s U.S. Wealth Management group and over 300 private wealth advisors in its Private Banking & Investment Group. Merrill Lynch serves millions of individuals, small businesses, and institutions representing more than $2 trillion in client assets. Andy is a member of the Bank of America Management Committee.

Andy first joined Merrill Lynch in 1992 as an analyst in the Global Wealth Management business and rose through a series of strategy and field leadership roles until assuming his current position on January 1, 2017. From 2005-2009, Andy led the Emerging Affluent Client Segment within Citigroup Global Wealth. In recent years, he served as Head of Global Wealth & Retirement Solutions, providing comprehensive investment products and services, as well as retirement solutions, to clients of Merrill Lynch Wealth Management and U.S. Trust.

Prior to Merrill Lynch, Andy served in The White House as an aide to the assistant to the President for Economic and Domestic Policy. Andy earned a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Penn State University and a Master in Public Policy from the Harvard Kennedy School.

In 2015, Andy represented Bank of America at the White House Conference on Aging, where he joined President Barack Obama and leaders in the field of aging to discuss the challenges and opportunities presented by the global longevity revolution. Andy also represents Bank of America Merrill Lynch on the advisory boards of the Stanford University Center on Longevity and the Milken Institute Center for the Future of Aging.

Andy was named an Alumni Fellow of Penn State in 2013 and is a member of the Schreyer Honors College External Advisory Board. He is also a member of the Harvard Kennedy School Dean’s Council.


Pastor Emerita of Stanwich Congregational Church The Reverend Neely Towe was the Senior Pastor of Stanwich Congregational Church in Greenwich from 1989–2007. After graduating from Yale Divinity School in 1987, she served as the assistant pastor at Stanwich for a short time before being ordained, Senior Pastor.

Beginning with a small historic church building holding 100 congregants, Stanwich Church during Neely’s tenure became a significant influence for spiritual renewal in both Fairfi eld and Westchester County. Under her leadership, the congregation quadrupled and a larger church was ultimately built at a new location in 2006 and a faith-based counseling center was established in the original facility.

Neely was the first female Senior Pastor in Greenwich and surrounding Fairfield County, and a role model for future female pastors. Neely encouraged Stanwich to support an internship program at Duke Divinity School providing an opportunity for student pastors to train in churches around the country, resulting in five female student pastors hosted by Stanwich.

In 1999, it was Neely’s encouragement and guidance that Trinity Anglican Church came into existence. Neely remains involved with Trinity, most recently as the guest speaker at the 2016 Trinity Women’s Retreat.

Neely especially loved being a catalyst for multi-church initiatives, such as the Greenwich Center for Hope and Renewal, and the Greenwich Leadership Forum (GLF). Thirteen years later GLF continues the tradition of conducting monthly open and frank dialogues about the vital link between business, leadership, ethics, and faith. It is Neely’s vision and efforts in initiating GLF that she is honored this evening.

A native of Jacksonville, Florida, Neely graduated from Hollins University in 1963 with a B.A. in economics and membership in Phi Beta Kappa. In 1987, she earned her Master of Divinity degree from Yale Divinity School. Neely is a recipient of the Hollins Distinguished Alumnae Award and is a Trustee of the Reinhold Foundation, an organization dedicated to leadership training for churches and other non-profits.

Neely continues to be a much sought-after speaker and guest pastor, known for her deep love and compassion for people, down-to-earth sense of humor, and ability to teach, inspire and guide people on how to apply Biblical principles to modern life.

Neely and Rolf returned to Jacksonville in 2008, where they are enjoying their four grandchildren. While Florida is now home, they welcome quarterly visits to New York City and Greenwich visiting family and friends.

Dinner Sponsor Level and Benefits

Sponsor $5,000
Dinner Sponsor Recognition
Select Seating
Table for 10

Your Contribution:
Supports our Monthly Program

Patron $10,000
Dinner Patron Recognition
Preferred Seating
Pre-Event Reception with Speaker
& Honoree
Table for 10

Your Contribution:
Co-Underwrites an Evening Forum
Co-Underwriters to be Recognized

Benefactor $25,000
Dinner Benefactor Recognition
Premium Seating
Pre-Event Reception with Speaker
& Honoree
Table for 10

Your Contribution:
Underwrites an Evening Forum
Underwriter to be Recognized



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May 9, 2017
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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