First Step In Action – Alecia Modahl, JD, LLM, CFP®
This webinar is open to: EVERYONE!
- $50.00 Fee for Non-Partners
- Free for MQ Partners
About the Webinar
The “First Step in Action” webinar series provides the opportunity to hear how other financial planners are utilizing the First Step Cash Management System™. Each session is presented by a Veteran First Step Licensee. The Veteran Licensee for December will be Alecia Modahl, JD, LLM, CFP®. She will describe the process she used to integrate First Step into her practice, and share her unique experiences and expertise. The session conclude with an open forum for questions.
Alecia Modahl is an independent financial planner with KMS Financial Services, Inc. Prior to joining KMS, Alecia worked in both the corporate insurance and boutique investment firm environments. Alecia branched out on her own in 2009 to pursue her vision of building a life-centered financial planning practice.
Alecia earned her JD from the University of Oregon School of Law where she focused on Estate Planning. After law school, Alecia completed her LLM degree in Taxation at the University of Washington, specializing in Estate Tax Planning and International Taxation. Before entering the financial services industry, Alecia spent two years working as a Consultant in the fields of International Taxation and Business Valuation.
In 1996, Alecia earned a Masters Degree in Engineering Economic Systems from Stanford University. Her focus was on applying Decision Analysis as a quantitative model for making qualitative decisions.
Alecia served two years in the Peace Corps as a high school Mathematics teacher in Burkina Faso, West Africa. While there, she worked with local community members to complete a latrine and study garden project.
Alecia is an avid cyclist, having finished the Seattle to Portland and Seattle to Vancouver, BC rides several time. She also loves encaustic painting and is an aspiring author in the field of financial literacy.
Alecia is a member of the Financial Planning Association, Washington State Bar Association, and the Rotary Club of Issaquah.