CapWealth Financial Advisor Chris Burger has been accepted by the Young Leaders Council into the 2017 Young Leaders Council/Williamson County Class.
Burger is the newest member of the CapWealth Financial Advisor team, having joined the firm in February 2017. He provides strategic financial and wealth management advice to CapWealth’s clients with a focus on the firm’s growing millennial clientele. Prior to joining CapWealth, Burger served as vice president of Advocacy and Public Affairs for Nashville-based Crisp Communications and, before that, as director with the DCI Group in Washington, D.C.
“Throughout my life, volunteer and nonprofit involvement has been critical to serving my fellow neighbors and the larger community,” Burger said. “The Young Leaders Council will equip our entire class to better serve our community nonprofits and those they serve.”
Burger earned a B.A. in Economics and Government from the University of Virginia, and he holds his Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Series 65 securities license. He sits on the Business Advocacy Committee of the Williamson County Chamber of Commerce and on the committee of MLS2Nashville, a group of business, civic and sports leaders committed to bringing a Major League Soccer (MLS) team to Nashville. Additionally, he volunteers with UVA Club of Middle Tennessee and is a member of Midtown Fellowship (PCA) church.
About Young Leaders Council
Young Leaders Council is a Nashville-based nonprofit organization created in 1985 by the Council of Community Services, the HCA Foundation and the United Way to address the need to broaden and strengthen Nashville’s volunteer leadership base. Young professionals, ages 25-40, accepted by the program attend 11 weekly classes and learn crucial skills needed for today’s nonprofit leadership roles. More information can be found at www.YoungLeadersCouncil.org.