President of H&H Wealth Management Group
Most certified financial planners don’t look like me. As you can clearly see, I’m not the image that comes to mind when you think of a typical certified financial planner. I’m one of just a few African-Americans leading wealth management in the Washington, DC, area and part of an even smaller group of African-American women in my field. That makes me stand out but it’s not what makes me unique.
I celebrate who I am—a wife, mother, experienced professional and entrepreneur—because it helps me connect to the needs, hopes and expectations of my clients.
I understand firsthand the challenges that keep professional women from maximizing their full financial potential. I also know it’s possible to turn that around with just one meeting, one change, one decision.
My goal is to make you feel comfortable throughout the process as we develop a relationship based on trust and honest communication. Those qualities are important in any relationship and it’s no different with your financial planner.
One of the biggest misconceptions women believe is that you have to make a certain amount of money before you can develop a financial strategy. Actually, it’s more important to just start where you are with what you have. Ask yourself:
As we move through the financial planning process, I hope it quickly becomes apparent that I only work with your best interests at heart. My office is a safe space and a judgment-free zone to build your financial freedom.