I got an early education in finances. There are many of those lessons that I’ve carried with me throughout my life. I’ve also learned many things throughout my life and career that I wish I had known when I was younger. Im passionate about educating my clients and finding ways to improve financial literacy in my community. 

Faith and Generosity

My faith has been a very important part of my life from a young age. I’ve had the privilege to live out my faith in my education and give back all over the world from North Idaho all the way to Southern Argentina. I firmly believe that fusing faith and finance is critical to building a well rounded plan. I love that Thrivent is a place where those kinds of discussions are only allowed but are encouraged. Living a generous life and helping those I work with find more ways to give back to the people and causes that they love fills me with joy.


Meet my little Woodbrey clan. We love getting out and enjoying new places, finding hole in the wall mom-and-pop restaurants, and cuddling up to watch a good movie with a big bucket of popcorn.


I love music. I love listening to it, I love performing it, I love watching it being performed. I’ve played Prince Charming in Rodger and Hammerstein’s Cinderella for the Spokane Civic Theatre, Edward Rochester in Jane Eyre the Musical at WSU. I’ve also performed with the Coeur d’Alene Chorale and Music Conservatory of Coeur d’Alene. So, if I make references to music, “playing in harmony”, needing a conductor, or similar mixed metaphors, don’t be surprised. 

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