Raleigh, NC (PressExposure) August 05, 2008 -- Brant Spesshardt, CFPÂ®, a Raleigh-based Certified Financial Plannerâ¢ with Banyan Rock & Talent, has been elected to a second term as board chair of Community Partnerships, Inc. (CPI). He joined the CPI board of directors in 2002.
âBrantâs commitment to the CPI mission has been unwavering during his six years on the board,â said Nikki Smith, communications liaison for CPI. âHis indispensable leadership and guidance has helped us create opportunities for people with disabilities and allowed at-risk youth to pursue their educational, career and community goals.â
Located in Raleigh, CPI is a private, nonprofit organization that has created opportunities for people with disabilities, mental illnesses or other social and economic disadvantages for more than 20 years.
âMy first term as board chair was both challenging and inspiring,â said Spesshardt. âI am honored to continue serving Community Partnerships and to work with such a talented group of board members who are committed to the organization and the people it serves.â
For more information on Brant Spesshardt, CFPÂ®, visit http://www.BrantSpesshardt.com or call (919) 782-0033 ext. 2589.
About Brant Spesshardt, CFPÂ®: Brant Spesshardt, CFPÂ®, a wealth strategist with Banyan Rock & Talent has been providing superior service to financial services clients since 1998. Brant prides his career on providing clients with the strategic means to optimize financial capabilities. Though skilled in many areas, Brant specializes in college, retirement and other family financial planning, with an emphasis on stewardship. Brant believes in giving back to the community that supports him and his family. He is a board member of Community Partnerships, Inc.; a member of the Garner Chamber of Commerce; a Ducks Unlimited committee member; and volunteers as a committee member for his church, Garner United Methodist. In 2001, he was a recipient of the Impact 100 Award on behalf of Business Leader Magazine. Visit http://www.BrantSpesshardt.com for more information.
About Community Partnerships, Inc.: Community Partnerships, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to creating opportunities for people of all ages with disabilities or social and economic disadvantages to pursue their dreams and engage fully in community life. In the 2005-2006 fiscal year, Community Partnerships helped over 1,200 individuals and families reach their educational, career, and community goals. Last year alone, the people enrolled in our Supported Employment programs earned over $1 million in personal income, while 99 percent of the children who enrolled in our Early Intervention programs were able to stay in classrooms alongside their typically-developing peers. An industry leader for more than 20 years, Community Partnerships has expanded its outreach to include at-risk youth and people who experience mental illness or substance abuse issues. Our service area has also grown and now reaches Wake, Durham, Cumberland, and Wayne Counties. For more information, visit http://www.compart.org/.
About Banyan Rock & Talent: Based in Raleigh, Banyan Rock & Talent is a collaboration of registered reps with FSC Securities Corporation, and was founded on the philosophy that strength, growth and the diversification of clientâs hard-earned money are made possible through knowledge, diligence and years of experience. Banyan Rock & Talent specializes in areas including stocks, bonds, mutual funds, variable annuities, retirement strategies, market timers, life insurance, disability insurance and applied real estate. All strategists are registered representatives offering securities through FSC Securities Corporation. Securities and investment advisory services offered through FSC Securities Corporation, Member FINRA/SIPC and a registered investment advisor. Banyan, Rock, and Talent is not affiliated with FSC Securities Corporation or registered as a broker-dealer or investment advisor. For further information visit us at 3356 Six Forks Road Raleigh, NC 27609, or call (919) 782-0033.