Aviva Sapers is leading Sapers & Wallack in its third generation as President and CEO.
Aviva has over 30+ years of financial services expertise and enjoys helping clients with their employee and executive benefits, and individuals with their asset management and estate planning. She prides herself on integrity and feels that is the root of the firm’s success. Under her leadership, the firm's culture has thrived on providing a consultative approach to solving client problems. She enjoys working in a collaborative environment and team members who are truly passionate about creating better financial outcomes. Clients have grown to appreciate the firms creative thinking, customized solutions and caring approach.
Sapers & Wallack has earned many industry awards and has been consistently recognized within the Boston Business Journal’s list of the “Area’s Largest Women Run Businesses." Sapers & Wallack, Inc. was named “Family Business of the Year 2016” and one of the “Top 100 Women-Led Businesses” in Massachusetts. Most recently, Financial Times has recognized the firm as a "Top 100" 401k Advisory Firm, and NAPA "Top 100" Defined Contribution Advisory Firm.
Aviva received degrees of Chartered Life Underwriter and Chartered Financial Consultant from The American College, has her Certification in Long Term Care and is a licensed Insurance Advisor. She is a member of The Million Dollar Round Table’s Court of Table and The Association of Advanced Life Underwriters and NALU.
Aviva is a member of The Commonwealth Institute, the Boston Estate Planning Council, and serves on the boards of the Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston as well as the Presidential Advisory Council for the Berklee College of Music.
She earned a bachelors degree from Colby College, a MBA from Dartmouth’s Tuck School and is a registered representative and an investment advisor representative.