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Marcy Keckler is the Vice President of Financial Advice Strategy at Ameriprise Financial. Marcy is responsible for the overall strategy for financial advice at Ameriprise and the Confident Retirement program. The purpose of her work is to enable thousands of financial advisers to help millions of clients achieve their financial goals and dreams. Marcy has been with Ameriprise Financial (formerly American Express Financial Advisors) for 21 years in a variety of positions in financial planning, marketing and interactive development. Marcy is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER certificant (CFP®) and a Chartered Retirement Planning Counselor (CRPC®). She also holds Series 7 and Series 24 FINRA securities licenses. She is a graduate of Georgetown University. Marcy also serves on the board of directors for the Division of Indian Work, the oldest direct service organization for Native Americans in the Twin Cities. Marcy lives in Edina, Minnesota, with her husband and their two children.
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