Mary Ann’s mother was a schoolteacher and her dad owned a chocolate company. Often, after school and on the weekends, they would all go to the chocolate factory to work. Those experiences helped her understand the difference between good business decisions and bad, along with good financial decisions and bad. She didn’t know financial advisors existed until her late twenties. Upon learning about them, she realized it was exactly what she had been looking for. She wanted a way to help people sift through the chaos, then organize, and plan for the future. It is her passion to be the advisor she wishes her parents had. To provide knowledge, security, and a clear, achievable goal.