Mission Wealth congratulates President and Partner Dannell Stuart on her fourth recognition in the Pacific Coast Business Times as an outstanding female business leader and a featured Top Women in Business.
“I am passionate about creating opportunities for others to be the best they can be. Advisors who feel appreciated and fulfilled will naturally cultivate that same caring approach with clients,” said Dannell. “At Mission Wealth, it is an honor and a pleasure to empower people to realize true wealth.”
For the last 18 years, the Pacific Coast Business Times has recognized the top women in business who have had unique successes on the central coast. These top 50 executives lead several private employer sectors, including finance, professional services, CRE, healthcare, technology, and nonprofits.
Dannell was appointed President of Mission Wealth in 2022 and has been with the firm since 2010. Her leadership responsibilities include the execution of firm strategy, support of personnel, and, ultimately, an exceptional client experience. Dannell is a nationally featured panelist in both live and online wealth management forums, has contributed personal finance articles to various publications, and has taught courses and workshops on investments and planning.
Stuart Leads Women on a Mission Group at Mission Wealth
Dannell is also an integral leader of the Mission Wealth Women on a Mission group, an array of female team members that offer the advice and guidance women need in this new age; the goal is to support a future full of strong, independent women, based on education, positivity, and empowerment.
About Pacific Coast Business Times
Pacific Coast Business Times is the weekly business journal for Ventura, Santa Barbara, and San Luis Obispo counties. A locally owned company with offices in downtown Santa Barbara, the publication is delivered to subscribers each Friday and is also available at local bookstores. For more information, visit pacbiztimes.com.
Award Disclosure: This is a listing of key women in business from San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Venture counties. Anonymous nominations are submitted and accepted on the Pacific Coast Business Times website. Mission Wealth submitted a nomination for one of the top businesswomen in the current year open. Awardees are chosen by the PCBT staff from among all those nominated. There is no fee to submit a nomination.