Brianne L. Cronenwett, CFP®, CKA®

Financial Advisor - Operations and Training

  • Focus: Training advisors, financial planning, and client relationships
  • Education: Master of Science, University of Alabama and Bachelor of Science, University of Alabama
  • Certifications: CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional, Certified Kingdom Advisor (CKA®)
  • Fun Fact: One of my life goals is to photograph the aurora borealis.

Brianne is a part of Hamilton Capital’s Wealth Advisory Team as a financial advisor focusing on operations and training. Since joining Hamilton Capital in 2018 she has shown a desire for continued learning and found a new passion in helping other Hamilton Capital team members grow and develop in their careers. Brianne continues to apply her knowledge through client relationships and enjoys working with a broad range of clients with a variety of goals.

Before joining Hamilton Capital, Brianne received a master’s degree in Human Environmental Sciences with a concentration in Family Financial Planning & Counseling from the University of Alabama, where she also graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in Consumer Sciences.

A Chicago transplant, Brianne now lives in Powell and enjoys trips with her dog, photography, and playing volleyball.  Brianne is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional and member of the Financial Planning Association.

My first business trip

My early passion in financial planning led me to present research at a national conference in Washington D.C. at just 19 years old. After choosing to concentrate on financial planning in college, I was given the opportunity to work on a research project while being mentored by one of my professors. A fellow classmate (now close friend) and I had less than a month to develop and submit our abstract. In March, we found out we were selected to present and in June we flew to Washington D.C. for our first business trip.

After arriving, it quickly became apparent that not only were we the youngest presenters, but we were the only ones without a college degree, and one of the few without a Ph.D.

Putting our nerves aside we presented “Financial Planning and Healthcare Decisions for People with Alzheimer’s Disease Diagnosis.” For the rest of the conference I was able to learn more about financial planning and consumer protection. This reinforced my passion for helping families reach their goals through financial planning and just a few years later, at 21 years old, I received a bachelor’s and master’s degree with concentrations in financial planning.