Ed McCahill is a Private Wealth Advisor for the Private Wealth division of Ronald Blue Trust and serves his clients out of the office in Seattle, Washington.
As an experienced wealth advisor to individuals, families, and businesses, Ed uses his objective perspective to help clients make wise financial decisions to experience clarity and confidence and leave a lasting legacy. His goal is to help those he serves focus on the things that matter most to them. Ed and his team integrate financial planning, investment management, and trust services into financial plans tailored to his clients’ needs.
Prior to joining the company, Ed spent five years as President of Double Eagle Group, LLC, a marketing and business development consulting firm as well as over 15 years with Microsoft Corporation in marketing management and product management roles. He had previously held several marketing and sales management positions during his eight-year tenure at Wang Laboratories, Inc.
Ed graduated cum laude with his B.S. degree in Finance from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College and received his MBA from the University of Massachusetts Lowell. He is a Certified Wealth Strategist® and is currently pursuing his CFP® certification through the College for Financial Planning.
Active in his community, Ed is a member of his local church; a member of the Capital Campaign Leadership Team at The Bear Creek School; and an Advisory Board member for both the Seattle affiliate of the National Christian Foundation and Habitat for Humanity of East King County. Ed previously served ten years as Cubmaster and Scoutmaster with the Boy Scouts of America. He received the 2006 District Scoutmaster of the Year award from the Boy Scouts of America, Chief Seattle Council and has earned his Wood Badge.
Ed and his wife, Cindy, have four children and live in Woodinville, WA.