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Elisabeth Cullington, CFP®, CDFA

Senior Wealth Advisor, HoyleCohen LLC. Financially guiding women through change and the unexpected.

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Elisabeth’s journey as a previous business owner, a single mother of two, and now managing director for one of the top firms in San Diego allows her to have a complete understanding of the level of commitment it takes to get back on track from significant transitions.

With more than three decades of providing financial advice with a keen eye for critical perspective and context to difficult financial decisions, Elisabeth’s analytical skills and “big picture” view is a perfect combination for finding the best answers.

In 2011, she co-founded Hoyle Cohen’s women’s practice group. Through her experience in working with women in transition (resulting from divorce, death or career advancement) she recognized this need and realized her passion for working with women to build their financial confidence and independence. She is committed to helping women navigate their personal and financial life together while preparing them for the unexpected. Along with financial savvy, she compliments her services by offering sound counsel when a difficult or emotional situation occurs.

Elisabeth was nominated as one of the Women of the Year in San Diego and has received nomination as Women Who Mean Business for the past three years.  She is a Certified Financial Planner® and a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst. In her spare time she raises money for non-profits by riding on her bike.

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