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Alexa Manshack

Client Services Specialist

My name is Alexa Manshack, and I am a Client Services Specialist at Telarray. I joined the firm in January after learning about the company when Richard Paessler mentored with the Memphis Institute for Leadership Education (MILE) program at the Fogelman College of Business at the University of Memphis. During my college career, I studied abroad in Spain in the fall of 2018. I graduated magna cum laude in the spring of 2020, majoring in finance with a minor in political science.

My daily duties include handling money movements, submitting documents, and opening new accounts for clients. At the time that the COVID-19 pandemic started, I was very new to the team and was still learning to manage my role at Telarray. The recent months have been my first experience working from home, and my team has been very accommodating throughout the transition. Thankfully, Client Services has been able to utilize technology that allows us to communicate efficiently and effectively to ensure a seamless service for you.

I live in Bartlett with my family, and to cope with quarantine, I adopted two kittens. They have been a great source of fun and a happy distraction during this time. I am also currently studying for my Series 65 Certification, which will allow me to continue my career with the eventual goal of earning a Certified Financial Planner certification and becoming a financial advisor.

I am grateful for the opportunity to serve you as a member of Client Services, and I look forward to continuing to learn with my team at Telarray.


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