Greg W. Anderson, CEA, RICP, is an educator with Financial Education Partnership, one of the largest and fastest growing 501(c)(3) nonprofits in the country.
Greg is a double major graduate of Colorado State University and a lifelong resident of Colorado. He holds a degree in finance as well as in construction management. His career has been focused on financial literacy and has been an educational leader in real estate, personal taxes, estate planning, veteran’s benefits, FASFA, and retirement income.
Greg dedicates a significant amount of time to volunteering and is past president of The Downtown Club of Fort Collins, a service club which raises money for local children’s charities. He was the finance chair for five years at Elder Care Network and served on the committee to present Senior Law Day from 2013 to 2018. He was the only invited non-lawyer to speak at this event in 2017 and 2018. In addition, in the early 2000s, he was the adult education instructor for the CSU continuing education department.
Mr. Anderson is a certified divorce adviser, certified estate planner and holds an RICP degree.
Greg is known as a man who thinks “outside the box,” and he is described as an “innovative leader.” He has dedicated much of his career to investing and income creation education for his local community.
Greg manages rental houses, four businesses and parenting four children with his wife Paula in Fort Collins. In his spare time you can find him hunting in the woods or traveling with his wife.