Hope has over seven years experience working in the financial planning industry and has been mentored by some of the most successful and skilled advisers in the industry. Hope has experience working with a broad range of clients and strategies.
Hope completed her Bachelor of International Business from Griffith University on the Gold Coast in 2007, has completed her Diploma of Financial Planning and gained a Masters of Environmental Management (Sustainable Development) from Bond University in 2012. More recently Hope completed the Enhanced Financial Analysis course from the Responsible Investment Academy.
Hope grew up in Byron Bay and attended the Cape Byron Rudolf Steiner School and Byron High before moving to the Gold Coast to study. Later she spent time in Brisbane before settling back home in Byron Bay to be close to family, the local community and the beach. Hope enjoys the ocean, kickboxing, dancing, movies, reading and travel.
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