I joined Hendricks Wealth & Estate Management in August of 2007. I was hired to work 6 hours a week performing rudimentary office tasks. Not surprisingly, my bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education did not prepare me for the mysterious and complex world of finances. Through the years, the business continued to grow, my hours increased, and my tasks became more client focused. Basically, I needed to step it up. Jim’s passion for helping clients live a healthy financial life is contagious, and I began to fully appreciate the services he was providing to help people, and I wanted to further add to the equation. This led to me studying more than I ever have in my life, and passing the Series 7 and Series 66 exams to become a financial advisor.
Outside of the office, I enjoy my two girls (also very mysterious & complex) and my puppy. In the fall and winter, I spend many evenings and Saturdays officiating high school basketball. In spring and summer, you will find me on the tennis court or on my bike as much as possible.