About Katherine

Katherine Dossee Ryan is a Client Associate at J.P. Morgan Wealth Management.

Katherine provides administrative support and operational assistance to clients of The Rutledge Custodio Team, helping them enjoy greater ease and simplicity in managing their financial affairs. Organized by nature, she is skilled in seeing inquiries to a satisfying conclusion, keeping clients closely apprised of her work on their behalf. To each relationship, Katherine brings a perceptive understanding of each client's preferences, catering to their needs through a highly personalized approach.

Within the team, Katherine holds a range of responsibilities, including new account onboarding, money movement, customized reporting, spending analysis, meeting coordination, and special projects. A warm and welcoming presence in the office, she develops genuine relationships that deepen over time, demonstrating how much she values each person or family. Katherine takes pride in completing her work thoroughly and well, advancing sustained progress toward client goals.

Prior to moving to J.P. Morgan Wealth Management with her team in 2023, Katherine served as a Client Service Associate with First Republic Private Wealth Management. Her career also includes tenures as a Private Wealth Client Associate with Merrill Private Wealth Management and as an Office Manager for Lazard Asset Management in San Francisco. Katherine has worked in wealth management since 2007.

Katherine earned her B.A. from San Francisco State University. She holds FINRA Series 7 and 66 securities licenses.

Active in her community, Katherine is committed to volunteering with organizations aimed at assisting the elderly and homeless populations across the San Francisco Bay Area.

Katherine and her husband, Doug, have three adult daughters who make them very proud.

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