Wendy Cox needed a change. She had been working in law for more than 15 years, climbing the ladder to a partnership at a law firm.

“The constant battle wore me out after a while,” Cox said. “With estate litigation, there’s a lot of fighting over china. I wanted to be in a position to prevent that kind of family strife.”

Now, Cox is vice president, director of personal trust and fiduciary officer at Greenleaf Trust, a Kalamazoo-based, privately-held wealth management firm that manages $14 billion in client assets. Cox leads the entire trust relationship officer team from Greenleaf’s Birmingham office.


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