In searching for a junior partner for her practice a few years ago, advisor Donna Drosner went through several candidates, but none were the right fit.

But then, at a women’s business dinner in December 2012, Drosner asked her neighbor at the table, Emily Phillips, a millennial working at a consulting firm, what she did for a living. “I told [Drosner] I essentially sit down with large companies and figure out what their pain points are and how we can find solutions,” Phillips recalls.

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