The Invest in Others Charitable Foundation has elected Riskalyze's CEO Aaron Klein to their board! We're thrilled to see what the organization is doing in our industry, so we've included a copy of their press release below.
NEWTON, Mass., Dec. 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- The Invest in Others Charitable Foundation announced today that Aaron Klein, CEO of Riskalyze, was elected to its Board of Directors on November 27, 2018.
"We are thrilled to welcome Aaron Klein to the Board of Invest in Others," said Megan McAuley, Executive Director & President of Invest in Others Charitable Foundation. "Aaron has demonstrated a deep commitment to giving back, both personally and professionally. We look forward to his leadership, insight, and expertise as we continue to channel the philanthropy of the financial advice industry to where it's needed most."
Aaron's career has largely been at the intersection of finance and technology. As co-founder and CEO at Riskalyze, he led the company to twice being named one of the world's top 10 most innovative companies in finance by Fast Company Magazine. Today, over 200 Riskalyzers serve thousands of advisors who have aligned the world's investments with millions of investors' Risk Numbers®. Aaron has served as a Sierra College Trustee, and in his spare time, he co-founded a school project for orphans and vulnerable kids in Ethiopia. Investment News has honored him as one of the industry's top 40 Under 40 executives.
"I couldn't be happier to join so many other great industry leaders on the Invest in Others' Board of Directors," Klein said. "I've long believed that giving was an acquired skill, and that many people in our industry really need to practice it more. Invest in Others is a catalyst for encouraging that spirit across wealth management, and I'm excited to contribute what I can to help them accelerate their impact over the coming years."
The Invest in Others Board of Directors now stands at 35 members and is composed of senior executives from a diverse range of firms and organizations within the financial advice industry.
About the Invest in Others Charitable Foundation
The inspiration for the Invest in Others Charitable Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charity, came directly from the financial advisors who invest in others by giving back to their communities with overwhelming generosity and dedication. Since its founding in 2006, Invest in Others has amplified these efforts by providing a platform for advisors to increase awareness, visibility, and funding to their favorite non-profits. For more information, visit www.investinothers.org.
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