"Investing in a portfolio is not enough. You need to develop a strategy around the highest-probability ways to accomplish goals" - Sharon Bloodworth, CEO, CFP®
MINNEAPOLIS (PRWEB) April 24, 2019
White Oaks Wealth Advisors is pleased to announce that Sharon Bloodworth, CEO, CFP® has been asked by Forbes Finance Council to share her insight once again. The article focuses on strategic topics to discuss with your financial advisor. Sharon provides excellent advice, stating, "Investing in a portfolio is not enough. You need to develop a strategy around the highest-probability ways to accomplish goals."
Sharon is a great choice for Forbes to turn to for insight. Sharon is CEO of White Oaks Wealth Advisors. White Oaks is a boutique, high touch, high net worth and multi family office advising and investment firm with offices in Minnesota and Florida. It is one of the largest 100% woman-owned registered investment advisory firms in Minnesota and Florida. She currently manages over $400 million in assets, including $350 million in privately held funds for accredited and super accredited clients. She is a strong advocate for her clients in all areas of their financial life including helping her key public and private c-suite clients negotiate in and out of their companies.
Her firm was named by CNBC as one of the top 100 fee-only firms in the country. She was honored as a 2013 “Top Women in Business” and a 2010 “Forty under 40” recipient by the Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal. She has been quoted in CBS Money Watch, USA Weekend, MSN Money, The Financial Times Advisor IQ, Forbes.com, Glamour and CNN Money. She speaks at conferences and to CEO groups on market and economic issues, wealth planning and how to better prepare your next generation. She is currently writing a book on how not to ruin your children with money.
Sharon has worked in the financial services industry for over 25 years working at Lord Abbett in New York City, American Express Financial Advisors and White Oaks. Born in the UK, she has lived and studied in Africa, Asia and Europe and speaks multiple languages. In 2007 Sharon funded the rebuilding of a Kindergarten in Indonesia she named after her daughter –Sophia’s Sunshine School. It is her goal to build nine more and bring meaningful economic improvement to the area.
Sharon is an active member of the Minneapolis community. She is a board member of Minnesota Opera and serves on the investment committee and as secretary of the board. In Rotary she is the Past President of Rotary Club 9, chair of the Global Grants Committee and chaired the district-wide conference in 2014 and 2018 for their 2,000 members. Sharon has been the chair of the 2015-2018 Valentine Gala committee at the Minneapolis Club. Sharon is also an avid member of Vistage – she led the effort to create an award program to name the top CEO in Minnesota in 2017 and 2018.