I really enjoy working with women to achieve their financial goals. In my 20+ years of working in the financial industry, I have found that women are often overlooked or unprepared when it comes to their financial situation. Regardless of marital status, it is so important for women to have a voice in their financial situations, to understand their financial health, and to have a plan in place to help achieve their goals. It is time for women to take charge of their financial futures, to generate the wealth they deserve, and achieve their financial goals.
Jennifer Belshe, a co-founder of Novus Advisors, is a Principal, Investment Advisor, and a member of the firm’s investment committee.
Prior to the establishment of Novus Advisors, Jennifer held relationship and investment management responsibilities in the personal trust administration and wealth management divisions of global and regional investment firms.
Jennifer graduated from Wheaton College (Illinois) with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Business and Economics and a minor in Art. She attended Trust School and completed the CFP® professional certificate program at Boston University. Jennifer is a licensed Investment Adviser Representative with Novus Advisors. She also holds her state Life, Accident and Health Insurance License.
Throughout her career, Jennifer has been recognized numerous times for her impact in the workplace and in the community. These honors include Greenville Business Magazine’s Best and Brightest 35 and Under (2016), Upstate Business Journal’s one of four women who are defining the future of banking and finance in Upstate, South Carolina (“Primed For Success”, 2019), Eugenia Duke Woman-Owned Small Business of the Year (Excellence in Entrepreneurship Small Business Awards hosted by CommunityWorks and the Greenville Chamber, 2020), SC Women in Business award (Integrated Media Publishing, 2021), Forty Under 40 award (GSA Business Report, 2021), Women of Influence award (GSA Business Report, 2021), Forbes Next 1000 List (Forbes, 2021), and the Phenom award (SC Biz News, 2022).
Jennifer has served as board member, held leadership roles, and contributed to many local non-profit organizations. In her free time, Jennifer enjoys art, traveling and spending time with her son.
THREE THINGS ABOUT ME
I launched an investment firm as a single mother with a one-year-old child.
I am passionate about helping women achieve their financial goals.
I have been in the financial industry for 20+ years and specialize in investment management, financial & retirement planning, & 401(k) services.
I am a licensed Investment Adviser Representative and hold my state Life, Accident and Health Insurance License.
B.A. in Business & Economics from Wheaton College (IL), Attended FBA Trust School, Completed CFP® Certificate Program at Boston University
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