About Nicole

Nicole Lowry Megowan is a Senior Client Associate at J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.

Active in wealth management since 2017, Nicole provides attentive service to clients of The Barnes Chung Lally Group, sensitive to their distinctive priorities and interests. Within the team, she holds several responsibilities, including new-account onboarding, customized reporting, asset movement, account maintenance, Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) coordination and trading operations. Very efficient in her work effort, Nicole is also a strong communicator who keeps clients closely apprised of the team's efforts on their behalf. She takes pride in making clients' lives easier and more cohesive, providing them with timely responses that relieve the administrative burden that wealth can pose.

Prior to joining J.P. Morgan Wealth Management with her team in 2023, Nicole spent more than two years with First Republic Private Wealth Management, where she was a Registered Client Service Associate. Her career also includes tenures with Wedbush Securities, One Capital Management, and Martin and Company Tax and Wealth Advisors, where she held roles in client service and administration. Nicole earned her B.S. in Finance with an emphasis in Financial Planning from California State University, Northridge. She holds FINRA Series 7, 63, and 65 securities licenses.

Outside the office, Nicole cherishes moments with her young daughter, who keeps her very happy and very busy. She also loves to cook and bake when she can find the time. An animal lover, Nicole has two dogs and two cats and actively participates in animal-rescue efforts. She also savors a great cup of coffee and welcomes suggestions for new places to indulge her habit.



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