After graduating from Butler University in 1994, I worked in corporate America for 12 years, relocating to numerous cities across the United States. In 2006 I made the decision to leave corporate America behind, return to my roots in the Indianapolis area, and begin a career in financial services. I saw a unique opportunity to genuinely help people. Many Americans never put themselves on a path to be able to retire comfortably. They aren’t taught the right ideas or they never meet with someone who has their best interests in mind. I get so energized by helping people understand the importance of saving and planning for the future: I feel like I really am making a difference.
I’m number four of six children and the son of a retired school teacher and a retired firefighter. The unique thing is that the school teacher is my father and the firefighter is my mother!
My wife, Annie, and I reside in Zionsville along with our Beagle mix, Betsy—quite possibly the greatest dog on earth! We also have over 20 nieces and nephews that keep us busy and we enjoy spending time with our many family members and friends that we’re blessed to share our lives with.