H.R. Manager and Bookkeeper
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Strengths: Harmony | Discipline | Responsibility | Developer | Relator
Causes and organizations she supports – Compassion International and Woodstock City Church
Unique ability – Designing dependable methods that increase efficiency and effectiveness. She easily recognizes patterns and sees ways to innovate and implement positive changes for the collective whole.
Christy Peacock uses her unique ability along with her consistent accuracy and precision to manage GIAs financial statements as well as aiding the process of hiring and onboarding new team members, and managing employee benefits & workplace policies.
Christy has a Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Samford University. When Christy began having children she traded her full-time pharmacist job into a part-time position so that she could stay at home with her daughters, Alyssa and Morgan. She became the PTA treasurer at her daughters school and realized how this new role came so easy to her and fit her giftedness. As a client of Goodwin Investment Advisory, Tim Goodwin learned of her talent and interest and hired her to become the new bookkeeper and H.R. Manager. She thrives in this behind the scenes role and is very passionate about not only individuals experiencing financial peace, freedom and generosity, which is the company mission statement, but she also loves helping the company experience that as well! Christy loves to travel and she loves to try new foods and restaurants especially if they have Creme Brulee on the menu, which is her favorite dessert.
When Christy looks at herself and the life she lives, she is most proud of – “My family and wonderful marriage, plus we have NO debt!” She and her husband Gary paid off their mortgage! Their hard-work and dedication to their goal paid off. She is someone who practices what she teaches and lives authentically.
She would love to enjoy coffee with – “My Grandmother, Edna. She had the most positive outlook on life. Edna was such a joy to be around and even though she sometimes struggled financially and raised 6 kids, you never saw her with a negative attitude.”
If she could give her younger self one piece of advice it would be – “To live in the present moment.”
The best piece of advice Christy has ever received is, “The days are long, but the years are short.” – by Sandra Stanley.
Why she loves working at GIA – “The people, the philosophy, and the opportunities to grow as a person and in my career. Tim really cares about the employees and values family first!”
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