Ashlyn Prom

Associate Wealth Advisor

Staff nickname: Lulu Emoji used most: 💁🏼‍♀️  Enneagram: 6

Strengths: Dependable | Confident | Detail-oriented | Persistent

Her personal motto – “Everything happens for a reason”

Causes and organizations she supports – Special Olympics, Big Brothers Big Sisters

Ashlyn grew up in Orlando, FL, spent some time in California, and most of her life in Kansas City. She is a graduate from the University of Missouri-Kansas City with a Bachelor’s in Business Management. Currently she is working hard to study for her CFP, and she has already completed her Series 65. Her combination of serving others, her attention to detail, and her proficiency in math led her to this career path that seemed to be the perfect intersection of her talents and passions. Ashlyn loves to help people and feels very fortunate to know her purpose and to have the opportunity to help people grow their wealth so that they too can live out theirs.

When she is not studying, Ashlyn enjoys exercising, spending time with friends and family, attending her local church, and traveling to new places!

If she had one day to spend doing anything – “I would disconnect from technology & get lost in a busy city! Or drink and eat around the world at Epcot… both sound great!”

If she could share one message with the world it would be – “Just smile!”

The best piece of advice she has ever received – “My mom always taught me to be honest and tell the truth no matter how difficult it is to do so.”

If she could have coffee with one person – “I would love to spend an afternoon with my Grandmother. She was so easy to talk to and was so full of unconditional love.”

One lesson she keeps relearning – “Patience.”

When she looks at herself and the life she lives, she is most proud of – “My ability to take on a challenge, from moving to a new place to conquering another certification exam.”

If she could give herself one piece of advice – “I would tell myself to slow down and enjoy where I am at.”

Favorite books:

Wild by Cheryl Strayed
Talking to Strangers by Malcom Gladwell
Psychology of Money by Morgan Housel
Simple Wealth Inevitable Wealth by Nick Murray