Tully began her career on Wall Street at Citibank, where she joined the
Global Derivatives Desk in New York after finishing her MBA. While at
Citibank, Hope took on various Marketing and Structuring roles across
several different derivatives asset classes, including: equities, fixed
income, emerging markets, commodities, and foreign exchange. Prior to
her MBA, Hope worked in the Philippines for four years in Corporate
Finance: as an analyst in SGV & Co., the country’s largest auditing
and consulting firm; and later as an associate in ICCP, a boutique
Hope took a career break in 2000 to focus on family and later to successfully promote medical research on Dense Deposit Disease, a rare kidney disease. Hope helped organize the first ever international medical conference on the disease, a ground-breaking achievement that led to subsequent conferences and to two independent FDA-approved clinical drug trials. She also put together various grass-roots fund-raising activities.
In September 2012, Hope joined J. P. Morgan Asset Management, through the firm’s pioneer ReEntry program. After the 13-week program, Hope took on a role within the Global Strategic Relationship Team of U.S. Funds Management. As a Research Lead, she is a senior member of the Relationship Management team in the Institutional Advisor Channel.
Hope received her M.B.A. from Harvard Business School and B.S. in Business Administration and Accountancy from the University of the Philippines. Hope is a CFA and holds Series 7 and 63 license.
iRelaunch Note: Hope attended the 2010 London and the 2012 New
York iRelaunch Return to Work Conferences and spoke at the 2014
iRelaunch Return to Work Conference on the Returning Professional