A little about the people behind Storing Treasures
In his years of counseling, he has seen similar problems caused by similar issues. Families were in financial trouble due to an inability to communicate effectively about money, a lack of basic financial skills and knowledge and, most of all, poor decisions that were in conflict with their overall belief system.
The goal was to build a financial program that dealt not only with the money issues but also the personal issues behind them and to build a financial system different than any other on the market. Rather than a single set approach that everyone had to adopt, designing a program that had the flexibility to adapt to people’s varying personalities and needs. In short, a financial plan they could understand and stick with for life.
Mike (Storing Treasures Financial Personality: Statesman) is the founder of Storing Treasures. He has a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Georgia Tech and has designations in both AFPCE and CPCU. He is serving as a current board member of the School of Economics at Georgia Tech since February of 2014.
Mike has worked in the insurance industry for almost 30 years in various leadership roles. He has also taught numerous financial management classes in different churches throughout the past 20 years and created the Storing Treasures Program in 2004 to help individuals better understand themselves regarding money.
Tyler is a graduate of the University of South Carolina and earned his Bachelor of Arts in Retail Management, as well as a Minor in Sport and Entertainment Management. Tyler was a pitcher with the University of South Carolina for four seasons as a Gamecock. While studying at The University of South Carolina, he was also named to the academic honor roll.
While in High School at Peachtree Ridge, Tyler, was a four-year letterman on the Varsity Baseball Team. He was named the Gwinnett County Pitcher of the year in 2013, as well as being named 2x all region as a Varsity Baseball Player.
He began his career as a Business Development Representative at Click Dimensions where he learned how to successfully demo and market a CRM platform. Tyler’s experience and competitive nature is an asset to the Storing Treasures team.