The Financial Planning Association of Long Island (FPA of Long Island) announced that Susan Quigley, certified financial planner from Garden City, has been elected to its Board of Directors as the new Advocacy Chair.
Quigley has been a fee based financial planner, managing approximately $80 million of assets under management for households of all size. She provides a full range of financial services, including full financial planning, asset management, insurance, mortgages and tax prep. Since going into her own private practice under “Susan Silverman Quigley, Certified Financial Planner” out of her Garden City home office in December 1999, Quigley has helped clients of all different income levels learn to manage their finances.
An active member of the community, Quigley has been very involved with several groups including Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and the National MS Society. She has received several local awards that include a recent New York State Senate Commendation Award from Sen. Kevin Thomas for her series of presentations titled, “COVID Financial First Aid Kit,” that were especially designed to help people navigate all the different government resources available to them in the beginning of the pandemic. Quigley has participated in several advocacy trips to Washington D.C., Albany and New York City associated with the FPA of Long Island Advocacy Group.
“I am extremely pleased to welcome Susan to the FPA of Long Island’s Board of Directors,” said FPA of Long Island Board President Mark A. Badami. “Her deep understanding of our mission and commitment to the Long Island chapter of FPA in achieving our goals can only mean greater success for our organization in the future.”
FPA of Long Island was established to help elevate and educate practitioners in the financial services industry. Through general membership meetings, pro-bono and networking events, advocacy and charitable opportunities, along with its flagship symposiums and exhibition, the organization delivers up-to-date and important information that financial professionals require in order to stay current and help their clients flourish.
—Submitted by the Financial Planning Association of Long Island