Winter 2020 publication now available.
We love connecting with our clients beyond the numbers. Along with staff-written commentary and insights, our Conway’s Connections magazine features the recipient of our Aligning Life & Wealth Award™.
Award Winner: O’Connor Professional Group founder Arden O’Connor. Arden O’Connor has spent more than a decade helping families with complex behavioral health needs create positive outcomes through effective treatment. Arden founded The O’Connor Professional Group (OPG), a concierge solution for assessing behavioral health issues, creating treatment plans, managing professional teams, and carefully leading families through their most difficult moments.
Aligning Life & Wealth Award™
Keeping track of our money is important, but we need to remember to live a Life Beyond the Numbers™. Those that can align money with other important parts of life can live happier, more fulfilling lives. Each year, we present our Aligning Life & Wealth Award™ to someone we believe embodies that ideal in his or her personal and professional life.
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Past Award Winners
2018 Award Winner: Goodnation founder Rob Hansen. Rob Hansen has spent more than 20 years helping nonprofits succeed. Having learned the power of donor engagement, Rob created Goodnation, a personalized advisory platform that matches donor values with organizations that are most effective at serving those in need. In doing so, Rob helps every donor find more meaning in making a difference.
2017 Award Winner: Expert nutritionist Dr. Joel Fuhrman. As a board-certified family physician, president of the Nutritional Research Foundation, and six-time New York Times best-selling author, Dr. Fuhrman brings his life-saving nutritional methods to people around the world. Dr. Fuhrman understands that protecting our health helps to ensure we can live to enjoy the wealth we’ve created over a lifetime.
2016 Award Winner: YouTuber Casey Neistat. At 17, Casey dropped out of high school, had a son, and lived on welfare in a trailer park. At 20, Casey moved to New York City without money and without a plan, other than to make movies and to tell great stories. His YouTube channel now has more than 8 million subscribers.