KJ Vorndran, CFP®, CRPC®, Joins YPG Board of Directors as Finance Chair

APA Vorndran 3x4HI RGBAs the growing need for financial education continues to be recognized, Allegiant Private Advisors has pioneered multiple programs designed to increase awareness and knowledge about finance and money management within the Sarasota region. Allegiant Paraplanner KJ Vorndran, CFP®, CRPC® and a Master of Science, Personal Financial Planning candidate, has been one of our key leaders involved in presenting a financial literacy program for the Sarasota Young Professional Group (YPG), part of the Greater Sarasota Chamber of Commerce, and launching Allegiant’s Young Professional Mentorship Program. Now, she’s lending her professional knowledge and talents to the YPG membership in an additional way. 

On October 1, 2019, KJ will begin her volunteer service as Finance Chair on the Young Professionals Group Board of Directors. 

YPG is focused on helping young professionals grow personally, professionally, and as leaders in the community. Established in 2003, the organization offers unique opportunities for young professionals to connect with one another and with the Sarasota area.

“One of the primary reasons I’ve chosen to serve on the YPG board is my personal desire to give back and provide financial expertise I have gained through my work at Allegiant,” explained KJ. “Over the past several years, I’ve also learned that many successful, young professionals in our local community still need to develop basic financial literacy skills. While I’ll be committed to keeping the YPG budget in order this coming year, what I’m looking forward to most is helping educate individuals I meet to become more empowered with finance fundamentals as we work together to increase the visibility and influence of young professionals in our region.”

At Allegiant, we truly believe in giving back and reinvesting in our community. We feel our firm’s commitment as a fiduciary advisor and genuine dedication to striving for excellence is unique; this applies to Allegiant’s not-for-profit consulting as well as our team’s individual commitment as volunteers in the community. Collectively, we serve on more than 20 boards and committees today and are tremendously proud of KJ’s newest volunteer role with YPG.