Bradley Hamada has been in financial education and advising for over 16 years. His focus on education and empowerment with his clientele make him unique in the industry and his contribution to local communities to expand financial literacy and education have made him a great resource and requested speaker at libraries and other public and private venues. Though he works with all demographics of people who request his services, he finds his most rewarding work to be with seniors and making sure they can live with great peace of mind through their golden years.
Mr. Hamada is also Registry Member with the Heartland Institute of Financial Education, a 501(c)3 national non-profit organization as one of their Certified Financial Educators®. For the Institute, he has taught financial wellness courses throughout northern California and helped train other instructors across the US. He continues to work with them as both an instructor as well as a Certified College Consultant, helping families with high school students to better plan for college.
Mr. Hamada’s private practice specializes in educating and working with middle class families. He currently hosts ongoing Financial Literacy workshops in libraries throughout the Bay Area, California. Over the past 16 years, he holds a Life and Health Agent License as well as Series 6 and Series 63 securities licenses and Series 65 Registered Investment Advisor license.
Mr. Hamada has been a featured speaker and trainer at financial conferences throughout the US, speaking to new and seasoned financial professionals on numerous topics related to financial concepts, products, and services. He has also been a special guest of Margaret Jackson, radio talk show host on KDOW, and contributes articles to Mrs. Jackson’s Small Business Concierge Magazine to help small business owners grow their business through increasing financial awareness and improving money management.
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