Nicole Weisman is a Wealth Advisor at J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.
Nicole serves high- and ultra-high-net-worth individuals and families, as well as entrepreneurs, nonprofit organizations and endowments. She guides them on how to grow and use their assets to pursue their goals, imparting financial knowledge and involving all family members in the process.
Nicole's interest in finance was inspired at a young age by observing other successful women in the industry. She graduated from Baruch College's Zicklin School of Business, receiving a B.B.A. in Finance and Investments and minoring in Western Concert Music. In a career spanning more than 15 years, she began as a Registered Client Service Associate at Smith Barney (now Morgan Stanley) before joining J.P. Morgan in 2010.
Having studied the piano and alto saxophone while attending school, she earned the distinction of performing with the All-City Concert Band at Carnegie Hall in New York City, playing such classics as Benny Goodman's "In The Mood," John Philip Sousa's "George Washington Bicentennial March," and Verdi's "Nabucco Overture." She also was an avid distance runner and has completed multiple races, including the 2016 TCS NYC Marathon.
A native New Yorker, Nicole lives in Forest Hills, which she loves because of its English Tudor-style architecture. She enjoys spending her spare time cooking, playing tennis and golfing.
Her commitment to her community is marked by devoting time to J.P. Morgan's Good Works program, as well as the Bigs and Littles NYC Mentoring Program, which assists high school students with college prep and resume services to support them in landing their first job.
Disciplined in setting goals and persevering to see them through to fruition, Nicole brings a parallel level of dedication to serving her clients. They know that they can count on her to respond to their needs in a qualitative, professional, and timely manner—especially when it matters the most.