AFM News & Notes
We are excited to introduce our newest team member, Nicolette Davicino!
Nicolette joined Armstrong, Fleming & Moore in June 2017 as a client services associate upon her recent graduation from George Mason University, where she earned a BA/BS in Government Administration and Economics. During her time there, Nicolette participated in the Undergraduate Student Research Program (USRP) focusing on economic development strategies for low-income communities in Northern VA. Prior to joining AFM, Nicolette worked as a policy fellow for the Committee of Appropriations in the United States Senate, specializing in small business development and tax reform. Originally from New York, she enjoys traveling to her home state often and exploring her new neighborhood in DC. She’s especially partial to the Hirshhorn and Renwick Art Galleries in the Smithsonian collection.
Other AFM News
- Alex Armstrong, CFP® attended the second annual Barron’s Top Independent Women Advisors Summit, hosted by Barron’s magazine to exchange ideas and best practices with other highly successful independent advisors. Only 150 advsiors from around the country were invited to attend this exclusive event.
- Alex Armstrong, CFP® along with her co-editors, Harold Evensky, CFP®, AIF®and Sid Mittra, PhD, CFP®, recently contributed to the field of financial planning through the publication of their new book, The Art of Praciticing and the Art of Communication in Financial Planning.
- AFM celebrated it's first Open House in June giving clients and collegues a chance to visit our new office and meet all of our dedicated staff members.
AFM helps clients achieve their financial goals by having the AFM team provide personalized, indepenedent and knowledgable advice based on experience and expertise.