Wealth Management Assistant
I have always had a heart for helping and serving others. It has been a top priority for me, both personally and professionally. As Wealth Management Assistant, I take pride in ensuring that all who contact our office, or come in for a meeting, feel welcomed and cared for. If you have any questions for me or the team, please know I’ll make sure they get answered!
I was born and raised in Pittsburgh, PA. Family has always been a big part of my life. Growing up as the youngest of 5, I was blessed with the ability to learn and grow alongside my siblings with leadership and guidance from my parents, grandparents and Great Grandfather. One of the most important things I have ever learned, my Great Grandfather taught me. He told me, “If you enjoy what you do, you’ll never work a day in your life,” and I am blessed to enjoy what I do. As a single mom to my son Tyler, and having the opportunity to serve our clients here at Premier Private Wealth, not only do I get to pass on the same family values and traditions that I learned, but also have the joy and satisfaction of being a part of something bigger than myself every day.
Since moving to Tennessee there are three attributes that continue to shape who I am today. Perseverance, integrity and respect. To some these may just be words, but to me they are words to live by. I strive to emulate these each and every day in every circumstance and with every individual. Doing the right thing for the right reason, no matter what. To never give up regardless of the circumstance and to respect those I come in contact with along the way. I am excited to be a part of a team that operates with these same qualities to ensure our clients have the best possible experience.
When I’m not helping our clients, I enjoy singing, reading, cooking/baking, volunteering at my church and going on adventures with my son and his two guinea pigs Cocoa Bean and Espresso Bean. Some of our favorite adventures include bowling, crafting, going to the zoo, and trips to Pennsylvania for family time camping, fishing and cooking marshmallows over a bonfire. “Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were the big things.” –Robert Brault