In this episode, recorded at the FPA Annual Conference, we talked to Brent Weiss, CFP®, Kayla Kennelly, CFP®, Bryan Hasling, CFP®, Dan Yerger, CFP®, and Christine Sjolin, CFP®, about their take on the profession, the challenges it faces, and what needs to happen to prepare future generations for success.
Trudy Turner, CFP® brings over a decade of experience in wealth management, tax planning, insurance underwriting, and public accounting. Here, she shared her insights on careers within the profession, the impact of diversity inclusion, where she sees the profession going, and her mantras for success.
Alex Armstrong, CFP® is the founder and chairman of Armstrong, Fleming & Moore, Inc. She sits on the board of the Foundation for Financial Planning and is the very first recipient of their Lifetime Achievement Award. Jon Dauphine, CEO of the Foundation for Financial Planning, also joined us for this discussion on pro bono planning.
On this episode, Marguerita Chang, CFP® talks about how she’s built a business and reputation in the profession by embracing her story and what makes her different. She shares her background and what led her to financial planning, as well as how to give back within the profession and thank those who’ve come before us.
Arlene Cogen, CFP®, is a philanthropic leadership consultant and author of Give to Live: Make a Charitable Gift You Never Imagined. During this episode, she shares how she made the transition into philanthropy, what she’s doing to engage the next generation, and why it’s important to make charitable gifts that embody your core values.
Dayana Kupisk, PhD, is the author of The Practical Guide to Making Wise Financial Decisions. She’s also an employee development consultant and coach with a research focus on practical wisdom in the workplace. In this episode, she talks about her research, her book, and how financial planners can engage clients and develop practical wisdom.