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Daria M. AliAnne Marie E. AshworthAnn J. BeckwithKara V. BestlerX. Alexandra ChastainDiane M. CookKevin R. DraudtCharles B. FlowersAaron E. GrahamLaird W. GreenBethany M. GriffithCharles W. HammerCorinne S. HannaCheryl R. HollandWilliam R. JeterAlexa N. KirbyEdward W. Kramer, IIJ. Abigail MasonSusan A. McCantsJonathan J. RobertsonStephen J. ScottEileen M. StevensMolly A. ThomasIdene T. ThompsonPatricia P. Watson
 

Laird W. Green cfp®

Laird is a health nut – in a smart way. Healthy diet. Healthy activities. And a total dedication to healthy financial futures.

To confirm the first part: Laird makes her own granola (from scratch). Her helper? Her four-year-old. They take that granola along on mountain hikes. (And yes, her husband has learned to “survive” eating very few processed foods.)

To confirm the second part: “Many years ago, my brother and I had to make some unexpected but critical financial decisions. We turned to a long-time family friend – a financial planner – to guide us. It was such a positive, confidence-building, stress-relieving experience that I decided to make it my career.”

She may have studied history in college, but Laird’s focus now faces forward – on the financial strength and endurance of her clients.

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Family charitable giving conversations
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The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money
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Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity
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In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto
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Laird is a health nut – in a smart way. Healthy diet. Healthy activities. And a total dedication to healthy financial futures.

To confirm the first part: Laird makes her own granola (from scratch). Her helper? Her four-year-old. They take that granola along on mountain hikes. (And yes, her husband has learned to “survive” eating very few processed foods.)

To confirm the second part: “Many years ago, my brother and I had to make some unexpected but critical financial decisions. We turned to a long-time family friend – a financial planner – to guide us. It was such a positive, confidence-building, stress-relieving experience that I decided to make it my career.”

She may have studied history in college, but Laird’s focus now faces forward – on the financial strength and endurance of her clients.

Published Articles

Family charitable giving conversations
MidlandsBiz 

Laird Recommends


The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money
Ron Lieber


Social Security: The Inside Story
Andy Landis



Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity
David Allen


In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto
Michael Pollan

Laird is a health nut – in a smart way. Healthy diet. Healthy activities. And a total dedication to healthy financial futures.

To confirm the first part: Laird makes her own granola (from scratch). Her helper? Her four-year-old. They take that granola along on mountain hikes. (And yes, her husband has learned to “survive” eating very few processed foods.)

To confirm the second part: “Many years ago, my brother and I had to make some unexpected but critical financial decisions. We turned to a long-time family friend – a financial planner – to guide us. It was such a positive, confidence-building, stress-relieving experience that I decided to make it my career.”

She may have studied history in college, but Laird’s focus now faces forward – on the financial strength and endurance of her clients.

Published Articles

Family charitable giving conversations
MidlandsBiz 

Laird Recommends


The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money
Ron Lieber


Social Security: The Inside Story
Andy Landis



Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity
David Allen


In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto
Michael Pollan