"The most rewarding part of my job is building personal relationships with clients, while delighting them with excellent service and care."
Darlene Keenan serves Carnegie Investment Counsel as the Senior Portfolio Administrator and Client Relationship Manager in the firm’s Philadelphia office. Darlene works closely with clients, building relationships based on trust and value. She also provides research and analysis to Portfolio Managers.
Before joining Carnegie, Darlene worked at Radnor Financial Advisors as a planner and tax associate. She is a current member of the Financial Planning Association. Darlene holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the Fox School of Business at Temple University. Darlene lives in Horsham, Pennsylvania, with her husband and two sons. Outside of work, Darlene is an amateur photographer and soccer fan. In their free time, you can find Darlene and her husband cheering for their son’s soccer team, the Philadelphia Union.
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