Kimberly J. Kropp began her financial career in 1982 and believes her 43 years of experience attribute to her level of expertise today.
During her first 14 years in finance, Kim managed and directed two unique financial advisory services — Commercial Federal Bank and FirsTier Bank in Omaha, Nebraska. She feels those 14 years were an ideal foundation in preparing for her next step of building an independent practice: creating the Moylan Kropp firm in 1996.
Kim is a member of the Financial Planning Association, the National Association of Professional Women, The Society of Financial Professionals, and the Financial Services Institute. She has served or is currently serving on the board of directors for Iowa School for the Deaf Foundation, Marian High School, The Immanuel Charitable Foundation, and the Financial Services Institute in Washington DC. She also serves on the Advisor Group National Advisory Board.
Kim and her husband, Bob, have two children, Chelsea and Andrew. They also have a son in law, Patrick Wachter and granddaughter, Chloe Wachter.
Degrees in Elementary Education and Learning Disabilities from Wayne State College
Certified Financial Planner™
Chartered Life Underwriter® and Chartered Financial Consultant® from The American College
Certified Divorce Financial Analyst® from the Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts
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