Kait Szydlowsky ’09

Photo of Kait Szydlowsky ’09, Vice President of Philanthropy & Strategy at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, Technology division

Kait Szydlowski is the Vice President of Philanthropy & Strategy at Morgan Stanley Wealth Management in the Technology division, working to design technology-driven philanthropic programs with sustainable and enduring social value. Prior to Morgan Stanley, Kait worked as a consultant at Palladium, a global firm providing social impact solutions at the intersection of international development and strategy consulting.

Prior to Palladium, Kait worked at Harvard Business School as a Researcher and Case Writer, supporting faculty members in researching, developing, and writing HBS case studies on topics ranging from the Chinese real estate market to corporate governance. She is a former U.S. Department of State Fulbright Research Fellow to China (2010-11), and – more recently – was the Co-Founder of the for- profit social enterprise, Abled Lives Asia, out of Beijing, China, which brought medical devices and adaptive communication tools to China for children with disabilities.

Kait graduated Magna Cum Laude from Mount Holyoke College in 2009, where she now serves as a Trustee.