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Ashley Irizarry
Ashley Irizarry

Ashley Irizarry

Wealth Advisor, RJFS

Specializes in:

financial planning
business owner solutions
retirement planning

Get in touch with Ashley.

New Bern, NC
315 Metcalf Street,
New Bern, NC 28562

About Ashley

Ashley holds a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from California State University Stanislaus. She relocated to North Carolina in 2012 and took on the role of client service manager for Signature Wealth New Bern. In 2013, Ashley became a financial advisor when she obtained the Series 7, Series 66, and insurance licenses. She has since continued to pursue education, acquiring the Series 9 and Series 10 licenses.

Beyond her professional accomplishments, Ashley has played an active role in her community, serving as a board member of the Craven Community College Foundation and as a chair of the Budget and Audit Committee during several of those years. She has also been the Chair of the Young Professionals group, served as a board member of the New Bern Area Chamber of Commerce, and has been an engaged member of the New Bern Breakfast Rotary.

Ashley finds joy in reading, sewing, cooking, and, most importantly, spending quality time with her four children.

Did you know? For the majority of her childhood, Ashley grew up on a Turkey Ranch in the Central Valley of California.

Series 7
Series 9/10
Series 66
Securities Industry Essentials

About the Office

New Bern North Carolina - January 19 2022: View of Downtown New Bern North Carolina looking North from the Marina
New Bern, NC
(252) 634-9414
315 Metcalf Street,
New Bern, NC 28562
Signature Wealth Strategies in New Bern, NC is a wealth management practice serving families like yours with financial planning and investment solutions.

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