Stephen Stanton is an Educator with Financial Education Partnership, one of the largest and fastest growing 501(c) (3) nonprofits in the country.
Stephen has been in the real estate and the financial services industry for going on 17 years. Up until 2009, his main focus was on real estate and then after the 2009 financial crisis, felt there was a need to help people manage their finances in a more efficient manner such as debt management and spending habits. As his practice progressed, he began to offer full financial planning services, with a focus on cash flow management, tax planning, investment positioning, estate preservation and asset protection.
In 2017, Stephen was invited to work with his local community centers and community colleges to provide free financial education workshop’s as a way to give back to the community and raise food for local foodbanks. After a thorough vetting process, he was then invited to join The Financial Education Partnership as a way to bring financial literacy to the forefront by working with local businesses, hospitals, federal agencies, and other nonprofits.
In his free time, Stephen enjoys working out, hiking in the mountains, skiing in Tahoe, bowling, jet skiing, wine tasting in Napa and BBQing with family and friends.