Baltimore Community Foundation Welcomes Christina Snyder and Bob Young into Professional Advisor Recognition Society
May 23, 2019
The Baltimore Community Foundation (BCF) welcomed two new members into its Professional Advisor Recognition Society during a ceremony today. The 2019 inductees are Christina Snyder and Robert Young.
The Professional Advisor Recognition Society honors legal and financial advisors who actively promote philanthropy in their practice. Advisors play a key role in educating their clients about charitable giving and through that work, they create a positive impact in their communities.
“The Professional Advisor Recognition Society is BCF’s way of recognizing professional advisors who are committed to philanthropy and charitable giving across Baltimore,” said Shanaysha Sauls, BCF President and CEO. “The Society is made up of an amazing group of people and we are proud to work so closely with them, as well as all the advisors who give referrals and support their clients in discussions of charitable giving throughout the year. Christina Snyder and Robert Young each contribute their talents as trusted financial and legal advisors, all while planting the seed of change with their clients by incorporating charitable giving into their practices.”
Christina Hester Snyder is a Certified Financial Planner™ and Wealth Adviser with AspireWealth Planners. She has over 20 years of experience in the financial services industry, specializing in trust administration, retirement options, estate planning, insurance, and business planning. A graduate of the University of Baltimore, she holds numerous licenses and certifications in the financial planning field. Her extensive volunteer work includes serving as: President of Women in Insurance & Financial Services (Maryland chapter), Treasurer of the Starboard Society, Board Member of Life Planning Resources, and member of Collaborative Professionals of Baltimore. She is a past board member of the Pratt Contemporaries (Enoch Pratt Free Library).
Bob Young has practiced at Stewart, Plant & Blumenthal since 1996, focusing exclusively on estates and trusts. A graduate of Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland School of Law, he is a fellow at the American College of Trust and Estate Counsel. Bob has been recognized for his outstanding work by Best Lawyers in America, Baltimore’s Best Lawyers, Maryland Super Lawyers, and Maryland Five Star Professionals. He is active in the community and has offered his talents as a volunteer for The Walters Art Museum, the Maryland chapter of the Arthritis Foundation, Johns Hopkins University, and the American Heart Association.
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