Bruce witnessed the population of his hometown lose its financial future when a large employer couldn’t compete and became bankrupt. That shaped Bruce and at first, during his college years, he thought he would pursue a career as a prosecuting attorney.
“My goal was always to be an advocate and somebody who believes in being an advocate of people in order to make certain that justice is done,” Bruce says.
That passion for advocacy focused on helping people protect their income so that one day, they can achieve financial independence.
“It is becoming more and more essential for financial professionals to be an advocate for others as we become less of a society based on pensions,”
Bruce says. “Looking out for others is ingrained in me. I want to help others prepare for their futures while also navigating around any market obstacles or challenges that stand in the way of securing their financial future.”