Lee-Norah Sanzo, ATFA
Wealth Manager & Trust Services & Employee Owner
Lee-Norah has more than 30 years of experience in wealth management and private banking, with most of her career focused on trusts and estate planning. At LNW, Lee-Norah is responsible for advising clients on trust strategies as well as managing trusts, working to ensure trust longevity and adherence to changing tax laws and regulations. She brings to her work extensive expertise in wealth planning, taxation, market analysis and private banking, allowing her to make the most of trust strategies in multigenerational wealth planning. She often works with multiple generations within families, educating and advising trust beneficiaries especially during times of change and transition.
Before joining LNW, Lee-Norah was an advisor at predecessor firm Laird Norton Wealth Management. Prior to that, she was a senior vice president and senior fiduciary advisory specialist at Wells Fargo for more than a decade, responsible for trust and estate planning strategies for ultra-high-net-worth individuals and families. Prior to that, she worked for 15 years at US Bank in Seattle, starting there as a trust associate in 1994 and rising to the position of vice president relationship manager in their private client group. Lee-Norah started her career at Wilshire Associates in California and left the firm as a senior associate working on high-net-worth accounts.
- B.A. in History, Pitzer College
- Professional Advisory Council, Fred Hutch Cancer Center
- Chair of Consult and Investment Committee, Lifetime Advocacy Plus
- Former Chair Finance Committee, Seattle Children’s Theatre
- Seattle Estate Planning Council
- East King County Estate Planning Council
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