Quincey is a recent Montana State University graduate, earning her a Bachelor’s degree in Business Finance. Originally from Helena, Montana, she grew to love this beautiful state and all it has to offer from a young age. Growing up Quincey spent most of her time playing sports, hiking, and camping with family and friends.
Since graduating, Quincey is now a hardworking and self-disciplined professional with over one year of work experience in the financial planning industry. She plans to plant her roots here in Bozeman as she continues to pursue a career as a financial planner, pursing the Certified Financial Planner™ designation. In January of 2020, she passed her first licensing exam, the SIE, and was set to take the Series 7 and Series 66 until all testing centers in the nation closed their doors because of the unprecedented, Covid-19 Pandemic. Quincey continues her personal studies and will take the remaining required licensing exams within the year.
While at MSU Quincey learned valuable skills in leadership, problem solving, and teamwork, gaining many of these skills by participating in extracurricular activities and clubs including: Finance Club, Woman in Business Club, and as Treasurer of Enactus- a club designed to improve the world through entrepreneurial action. Being a member of Finance Club provided her one of her fondest college experiences, the opportunity to explore New York City and many of the major financial firms on Wall Street. During her time in the Big Apple, she toured firms like BlackRock, Blackstone, Barclays, and Bloomberg. Some other highlights included getting to walk on the floor of New York Stock Exchange, see the world’s largest accumulation of gold at the Federal Reserve Bank, and attend a New York Knicks basketball game in the historic Madison Square Garden.
Communication and a passion for working with people are values that Quincey displays on a daily basis through the work she does here at Hudak Financial Strategies. Her attention to detail and dedication to personal-growth and continued education ensures that Quincey will be able to provide professional knowledge for years to come.
In her free time, she attends local Toastmasters meetings with plans of being an active member once the group resumes its weekly meetings. Getting involved in the community not only makes her feel like she is making a difference, but it is also how she prefers to network and meet other working professionals around the area. In addition, she loves folfing, fishing, barbequing, and exploring the public trails throughout the Gallatin Valley.
Raymond James is not affiliated with the above organizations and/or charitable causes.