Sandra K. Haidinger

Sandra K. Haidinger, president and founder of FMA has actively worked in the financial services industry since 1982. Prior to establishing her own registered investment advisory firm in 1991, Mrs. Haidinger spent 7 years at The National Bank of Washington serving as vice-president and co-manager of the private banking department. Mrs. Haidinger was solely responsible for the development and implementation of a financial planning services division for the bank. She also assisted in the development and implementation of the private banking department.

Mrs. Haidinger is a member of the ICAFP, the NAFPA, and the Washington Association of Professional Money Managers. She served on the National Advisory Council of Charles Schwab and Co. In 1999 Mrs. Haidinger joined the faculty at Georgetown University as an adjunct Professor and teaching a Personal Finance Class.

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