My career in the financial services industry started in October of 2012 after I completed my degree in business with a focus on finance at the University of Regina. Originally I had hopes of becoming an RCMP officer but at the tender age of 18 I was turned away and told to try again later. As a family we farmed around the Trossachs area which is where I spent most of my childhood growing up and gaining my blue collar roots. Weyburn has always been home for me and it will continue to be home as my focus is on building relationships in this business and on growing my family.
I have been fortunate enough to continue my education after university and specialize more specifically in the financial planning field. I completed my Certified Financial Planner designation in 2015 as well as my Registered Retirement Consultant designation in 2017. I was originally licensed through the MFDA but made the change to IIROC in 2017.
I see time as the most valued commodity there is. Away from work, I enjoy spending my time with family and friends. In the warmer months, I get out to golf, do some camping, help with harvest, and ride my motorcycle. In the winter I switch gears to snowmobiling, playing hockey and volleyball, and trying to get on my snowboard. I spent close to three years volunteering my time to the KidSport committee in Regina before switching my time to the Weyburn Car Club and the Weyburn Volleyball Club as an assisting coach.