Sasha Stewart Certified Financial Planner™ is the Director of Operations at WorthWhile Wealth Council. She keeps the i’s dotted and the t’s crossed by overseeing operations. Sasha works side by side with Lois and David as a member of the management team. Her number one priority is making sure the team has everything necessary to provide the best client experience possible. In addition to managing operations, Sasha has been cross-trained in client care and marketing as well. She is our most recent graduate from the CFP® Program and is excited to bring her new wealth of knowledge to the firm and the firm’s clients.
Sasha attended East Tennessee State University enrolled in the Talent Expansion in Quantitative Biology Program working towards her Mathematics major for a brief time.
Sasha then spent time travelling across the United States for two years; living in California and Texas before finally moving to Alaska. She changed career tracks and ultimately obtained her Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting from the University of Alaska Anchorage. This degree provides Sasha with a strong background in business operations and has equipped her with the skills to provide strong administrative support across the firm’s operations.
Before joining the team at WorthWhile Wealth Council, Sasha gained critical client care experience while working in the restaurant industry for 6 years. While working in that field, Sasha also learned how to work in a fast-paced environment where multi-tasking and leadership were key to her everyday work life.
Sasha grew up in Johnson City, TN and still lives in the area with her family. Sasha, with her wonderful husband Zachary has a spitfire boy – Ezra, a girl with attitude – Keira and a precious angel in heaven – Aidan. However, her family is not complete without their zoo of animals: four dogs (Marlie, Zoie, Porky and Dingo), two cats (Crash & Bandicoot), a chinchilla (Simba), two birds (Darth Vader and Storm Trooper) and a school of fish. She loves spending time with her family and makes it a goal to guy hiking every weekend.