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Elizabeth Gray from Securion Financial on chicken sitting, vampires, planned giving and non-profits‪.‬ Erin Keam's Conversations about Closets with my Closest 1000 friends.

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Elizabeth Gray, Financial Advisor with Securian Advisors NW, began her investment training with Edward Jones. Her ‘non-linear’ career included working for and with nonprofits for over twenty years. She moved back to the advisor’s side of the table four years ago. She realized that there she could fulfill her desire to blend her passion and skills with her experience and serve others more fully, with the broad-spectrum of financial services available at Securian Advisors NW.

Elizabeth enjoys helping people navigate their financial lives, achieve their goals, and support the causes they care about, all with a particular focus on working with women, families, and seniors.

Elizabeth’s last nonprofit position was as the Director of Resource Development and Marketing for the InterIm Community Development Association (InterIm CDA) in Seattle, which builds affordable housing.

Elizabeth earned an MBA from Salem State University, in Salem, MA and a BA from the University of New Hampshire. She is a member of the Washington Planned Giving Council and is a Board member of Leave 10, which seeks to encourage people to leave 10% or more of their estate to charitable causes. She is a member of Seattle Goodwill’s Planned Giving Advisors Council, Seattle Children’s Hospital Legacy Advisors, the Fremont Chamber of Commerce and Toastmasters International. She enjoys classical music and following football and baseball with her partner, Neal, as well as gardening and photography. Her son, Stephen, is a classical violinist.

Securities and Investment Advisory Services offered through Securian Financial Services, Inc., Member FINRA/SIPC. Securian Advisors Northwest is independently owned and operated. Securian is a trademark of Securian Financial Group, Inc., and it has been licensed for use by Securian Advisors Northwest 2033 6th Avenue, Suite 1011 Seattle, WA 98403 2560230 DOFU 06-20

(206) 785-9336
egray@securiannw.com
http://www.securianadvisorsnw.com/

About Erin 

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Erin Keam is a stylist like no other, thanks to her unique The Happy Wardrobe Method. This Method, which provides instant insights and lasting results explores beloved possessions in your home to find personal themes and create a one-of-a-kind Style Statement, transforming your wardrobe and positively impacting your closet, business, career and life. Oh, and she teaches you to look great, get dressed easily and with confidence. Discover your style brand and get to your ideal closet (& life) faster!

https://www.thehappywardrobe.com/

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Elizabeth Gray, Financial Advisor with Securian Advisors NW, began her investment training with Edward Jones. Her ‘non-linear’ career included working for and with nonprofits for over twenty years. She moved back to the advisor’s side of the table four years ago. She realized that there she could fulfill her desire to blend her passion and skills with her experience and serve others more fully, with the broad-spectrum of financial services available at Securian Advisors NW.

Elizabeth enjoys helping people navigate their financial lives, achieve their goals, and support the causes they care about, all with a particular focus on working with women, families, and seniors.

Elizabeth’s last nonprofit position was as the Director of Resource Development and Marketing for the InterIm Community Development Association (InterIm CDA) in Seattle, which builds affordable housing.

Elizabeth earned an MBA from Salem State University, in Salem, MA and a BA from the University of New Hampshire. She is a member of the Washington Planned Giving Council and is a Board member of Leave 10, which seeks to encourage people to leave 10% or more of their estate to charitable causes. She is a member of Seattle Goodwill’s Planned Giving Advisors Council, Seattle Children’s Hospital Legacy Advisors, the Fremont Chamber of Commerce and Toastmasters International. She enjoys classical music and following football and baseball with her partner, Neal, as well as gardening and photography. Her son, Stephen, is a classical violinist.

Securities and Investment Advisory Services offered through Securian Financial Services, Inc., Member FINRA/SIPC. Securian Advisors Northwest is independently owned and operated. Securian is a trademark of Securian Financial Group, Inc., and it has been licensed for use by Securian Advisors Northwest 2033 6th Avenue, Suite 1011 Seattle, WA 98403 2560230 DOFU 06-20

(206) 785-9336
egray@securiannw.com
http://www.securianadvisorsnw.com/

About Erin 

Female-identifying and want to be a guest? Book here!
https://WearHappyConsult.as.me/conversationsaboutclosets

Erin Keam is a stylist like no other, thanks to her unique The Happy Wardrobe Method. This Method, which provides instant insights and lasting results explores beloved possessions in your home to find personal themes and create a one-of-a-kind Style Statement, transforming your wardrobe and positively impacting your closet, business, career and life. Oh, and she teaches you to look great, get dressed easily and with confidence. Discover your style brand and get to your ideal closet (& life) faster!

https://www.thehappywardrobe.com/

Click to book a FREE Wear Happy Consult (she's on PST time)

https://WearHappyConsult.as.me/FREE

Or to talk about how you look on camera

https://WearHappyConsult.as.me/ZoomReady

Or to sign up for her FREE Zoom-Ready workshops

https://www.thehappywardrobe.com/zoom-ready


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Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/erin-keam/support

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