I believe that financial planning should be a healing modality, reestablishing and finding peace in one’s relationship with wealth. When done right, working with money should be a stress reducing process that allows clients to feel the sense of peace and calm that comes along with knowing that their finances are in order and they are making well-informed decisions. I believe in the power of Social Impact Investing and the profound effect investing with your values can have on your finances and the world. I take pride in my ability to ask the right questions, listening closely to your answers to make sure you feel confident that the advice I provide best reflects your unique dreams and goals.
Investors could experience increased risk when limiting investment choices to a specific industry sectorthat may or may not perform as well as other industry sectors. Investment products, including shares of mutual funds, are not federally or FDIC-insured, are not deposits or obligations of, or guaranteed by any financial institution,and involve investment risks including possible loss of principal and fluctuation in value.
The best places on earth are the beaches… for walking with Bruce Springsteen on my ipod, for reading books or just being with family and friends. Each year I try to find time for a spiritual retreat. Travel is also a passion of mine and I recently got my first certification in Scuba diving. I believe in giving back to the communities to which I belong. In addition to serving on committees, I mentor new advisors and I actually LOVE public speaking. But most of all, I love listening to my 14 year old son, Duncan play piano and guitar, and having engaging conversations with my son, Ben, a graduate student in Education at Hunter College.