Kelley C. Goodwin is an Educator with Financial Education Partnership, one of the largest and fastest growing 501(c)(3) nonprofits in the country.
Kelley brings nearly 25 years of financial expertise and classroom coaching to this role as FEP’s Education Partner in Northern California. As a highly credentialed manager for a national financial services company, he earned top honors and trained others to, like himself, help people prepare for and overcome the trials and tribulations that life brings. In time, Kelley created his own financial practice where he continued to serve single individuals, new families, pre-retirees and those already enjoying “the golden years.” His concern for others is evidenced by the number of clients who have entrusted Kelley to manage their financial interests for 20 years and counting.
“My niche is working with people—regardless of income level or stage of life–who want to take advantage of my training and experience to make more of what they have now and into their futures. I thrive on the give-and-take of financial education—it is my #1 priority.” He has taught in classrooms in the San Francisco Bay Area and Sacramento-Central Valley. “Financial Strategies for Successful Retirement” and “Social Security Maximization” are two of his most popular workshops.
On a personal note, Kelley is country boy from Texas who infuses as much of country living into his lifestyle as he can. His family includes a wife and teenage daughter, two dogs, a parrot, six chickens, and lots of fish. The human Goodwin’s are all avid readers who love to pursue travel and outdoor adventures—especially fishing and prospecting for gold. The family supports global charitable causes like Feed My Starving Children and Rising Star, in addition to practicing a preparedness lifestyle.