Community Involvement

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Chair Alumni Council, Knox College

Knox is my Alma Mater, and I am a proud to chair the Alumni Council. The education I received helped shape who I am today. So many of the personal relationships I developed during those years are still important to me today. 

I am passionate about higher education and am fortunate to be in a position to give back. I invest time listening to and providing guidance to students about their financial concerns. It gives me a great feeling of satisfaction to help these students and make a difference in their lives.

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Reporting for Community service – campus clean up and annual planting for a tree on campus.
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Council members on campus in front of Old Main, which was the site of the Lincoln-Douglas Debates.

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Past President NALU-North Branch Chicago (now NAIFA – National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors)

Sharing what you know with those eager to follow your career path is incredibly rewarding. Our clients rely on us to represent their interests within the industry, but to also be their advocates on the legislative level, both locally and nationally. Decisions made at these levels can directly impact them and the advice they need when planning for their futures. Today, I remain active and engaged with NAIFA.

My career has personally provided my family and me with some great benefits. Sharing those benefits and what I’ve learned with my clients and my peers through ongoing professional development, is my way of paying it forward on a professional level.

Being well-rounded personally and professionally makes me a better advisor and role model. It enables me to be the objective and proactive source of timely and sound advice they need.


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Past President, Congregation Or Shalom, Vernon Hills, IL

It was an honor serving on the Board and ultimately as Board President. Or Shalom is a place where my family developed life-long friendships. It’s important to me that Or Shalom remains vibrant. I want other families and future generations to experience the same sense of community and support we do. I believe it's important for the congregation to continue to welcome new members with open arms regardless of background or means.


Past Board Member Chicago Action for Jews of the former Soviet Union (CASJ)

After World War II, many Jews who were driven from their homeland resettled in small towns in the Soviet Union. Often, these villages were short on necessary medications and supplies. My colleagues and I in the CASJ organization adopted a sister town and sent provisions and aid to help those in need.

Marty Glickman, CLU®, ChFC®, CLTC®

Wealth Management Advisor

 

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