Meet Our Investment Representative
Russell currently resides in Lansing, while his child Khalil is studying Business & Finance at Florida A&M University. Russell is proud of being a substantial part of his community. He often volunteers at the local Kiwanis Club of Lansing. In his leisure time he enjoys attending church, working out, music, photography and most importantly spending time with his family and friends.
Russell is originally from Miami, Florida where he grew up and graduated from Florida A&M University (FAMU). He obtained his BA in Business with an emphasis in Finance. He went on to earn his graduate degree-Master’s in Business Administration (MBA).
Russell’s financial services career began in the banking industry where he spent his first 18 years working in several locations around the United States that included Charlotte NC, Austin TX, Chicago IL, and Miami FL. He has held various positions that include Vice President in Retail Bank Leadership, Business Banker and Regional Sales Manager. After relocating to Michigan, he has been practicing locally for the past three years and recently decided to join LPL Financial in providing quality services and guidance to credit union membership.
As an Investment Representative, Russell provides client investment strategy oversight, financial planning and technology supported through LPL Financial, the largest independent broker-dealer* in the nation. Russell currently holds FINRA Series 7, 66 and 24 Principal registrations through LPL Financial. He has Life, Health, Disability and Variable Insurance licenses in Michigan. Financial advisors supported by LPL Financial are proud to be a source of objective advice for accumulating and managing personal wealth.
He is currently securities licensed in Michigan and Florida.
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