“I am good at what I do because I listen to my clients. I get great satisfaction when they tell me I have helped them”
Michael Woomer is a Retirement Plan Advisor at the firm’s Pittsburgh office. He is responsible for new business development, fiduciary governance, investment selection and participant education for plan sponsors. Michael is passionate about helping people in making financial decisions. With over 25 years of experience in the retirement plan, area Michael helps plan sponsors mitigate risk and focus on developing strategies to get their employees to and through a comfortable retirement.
Michael has worked in sales and management positions for CIGNA, Charles Schwab and OneAmerica. He earned his Bachelor of Arts in Public Relations/Marketing from the University of Dayton.
Michael’s community involvement includes volunteering at Mel Blount Youth Home. Michael resides in Upper St. Clair, Pennsylvania with his wife Denise and their three children. Outside of work, Michael enjoys coaching hockey and soccer.
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