Profile of Frank Oliver
Frank Oliver is the Director of Colorado, Northern Operations for the Foundation for Financial Education, one of the largest and fastest growing 501(c)(3) nonprofits in the country.
Frank is a recognized national speaker on retirement planning and financial literacy due to his extensive education and passion for giving back to his community. Frank draws upon his expertise in retirement, proactive tax planning, maximizing social security, and family wealth transfer to effectively guide families to make sound financial decisions.
Frank is active in charitable work and feels a deep calling to serve others. He is a member of the Twin Peaks Rotary, has worked with A Woman’s Work, a charity which provides financial support for women in the St. Vrain Valley area and he is also active for TLC Learning Center.
Frank has sat on the board for rotary, is involved in fundraising for several charities, and has been a participant in the Fireball Run, a national event that helps find missing children. As Board Treasurer for Harley’s Hope Foundation, their mission it is to ensure low income pet parents and their companion or service animals remain together when issues arise. Frank Oliver brings not only a love of man’s best friend to the board, he also supports the Foundation with his strong background in business and finance.
Frank lives with his wife, Brittany, along with their cat, Hobie, and two rescued Thoroughbred horses, Fleet and Vita in his native area of Colorado. As a family, they spend time enjoying the outdoors and experiencing the beautiful nature of their community.