Jimmy says his faith and network of inspirational people are what introduced him to the financial services industry. With almost a decade under his belt, he still enjoys going to work every day. Jimmy explains, “It’s exciting! Getting to know couples or individuals, what they want to accomplish, and then preparing financial road maps for them.” He says smart financial management is simple: First building a stable foundation, then understanding your risk tolerance, developing a financial plan, sticking to it, regularly monitoring, and making adjustments along the way.
Jimmy’s parents have owned and operated Munsey Pharmacy in Oak Ridge since he was a young boy. This inspired him to earn an associate’s degree in business from Roane State Community College, and then later, a bachelor’s degree in economics from Tennessee Tech University. Upon his graduation, a family friend recruited Jimmy to work at Edward Jones. This experience solidified his interest in financial advising. At the close of 2016, Jimmy joined the TVAMP family!
When not at the office or in a client meeting, you can find Jimmy hanging out with his family. He loves to golf and watching UT football and basketball.
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