Profile of Corey Lamirande
Corey Lamirande is a Community Outreach Coordinator of Rhode Island Operations for the Foundation for Financial Education, one of the largest and fastest growing 501(c)(3) nonprofits in the country.
Corey is a twenty-three-year US Army Veteran who retired as a Lieutenant Colonel. He is the recipient of several awards, most notable the Purple Heart. Corey has a wealth of experience in several levels of management and has held multiple leadership roles that fostered a niche for problem solving and inculcating unconventional approaches to reach a simple solution. Corey is referred to by superiors, peers, and subordinates as being a solid member of a team, who can tackle complex issues. At the culmination of his career, Corey was responsible for managing funding and resources for large scale global capstone training exercises. Corey also served for several years as a Policeman in Bristol, RI where he cultivated many long-lasting relationships and built an appreciation for the service industry and helping others.
Corey grew up in Johnston RI and graduated from Johnston High School in 1996. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Bryant University and a master’s degree in Business Management from the University of Maryland. Corey currently resides in Cranston, RI with his wife and three sons.
After retiring from the Army, Corey searched for his next profession where he could continue to make an impact on others and continue to foster meaningful relationships. After some deliberation, Corey determined that his experience in money management with the Army combined with his passion for achieving financial wellness would best be served as a Financial Services Representative where he could assist in multiple layers of protecting others personal assets.