Doug Elstun

  • Doug Elstun

Wealth Strategist

Much of Doug’s professional drive was groomed during his college basketball career playing for legendary coaches: Dean Smith at the University of North Carolina and Roy Williams at the University of Kansas. His involvement with these high-caliber teams taught Doug numerous life lessons and sparked his need for achievement, his competitiveness, and an optimism in the form of resilience.

In 1992, Doug began advising clients on financial management and investment planning, asset allocation and management, retirement planning, and debt management. Using his same passion for success, he has earned consulting experience with corporations, endowments, and high net-worth individuals, helping each meet their unique financial goals.

Doug has been quoted in numerous publications including Yahoo! Sports, the New York Times and the Kansas City Business Journal. He has also provided financial education at the Kansas City Chiefs’ financial education and 401k seminars, athletic camps, financial symposiums, and schools.

Outside of work, Doug is an active member in the charitable community. He has worked with a long list of organizations including: the Sproles Empowered Youth Organization, Liberty Fruit Golf Tournament to benefit Children’s Mercy Hospital, Drumm Farm Center for Children, Paul George Foundation, Twelve Starz Foundation, Fellowship of Christian Athletes Kansas City Advisory Board, and the Will2Succeed Charitable Foundation. He has also worked with Operation Breakthrough, Kansas City Rescue Mission, Children’s Mercy Hospital, and coaching both inner-city and suburban youth basketball teams. In 2014, he founded the Crossroads Donor Advised Fund, aimed at supporting underprivileged youth.

In search of the next “bucket list” opportunity, Doug completed the New York Marathon, Escape from Alcatraz, and numerous half marathons. Additionally, he stays active in the Kansas City basketball community by serving as a radio and television analyst for high school and college broadcasts.

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