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Brandi Hett

Brandi Hett, JD

Sr. Personal Trust Officer
Columbus, GA

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Brandi Hett is a senior personal trust officer serving in the Personal Trust division of Ronald Blue Trust.

Brandi has more than 17 years of financial services experience. As a senior personal trust officer, Brandi uses her extensive knowledge of estate planning and fiduciary duties to serve a complex book of personal trust accounts for clients and beneficiaries. Brandi uses her objective perspective to help clients make wise financial decisions to experience confidence and clarity and leave a lasting legacy. Her goal is to help those she serves to focus on the things that matter most to them.

Before joining the company, Brandi was the senior vice president and regional relationship manager at Synovus Trust Company, N.A., where she managed personal trust offices in Georgia, Alabama, and Tennessee. Prior to transitioning to that role, she served as a group vice president and senior trust officer, where she administered trust and estate accounts and led the estate administration group.

Brandi earned a BA in communication from Auburn University, where she graduated summa cum laude and received the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award. She graduated with her JD from the University of Georgia School of Law.

Active in the community, Brandi attends First Baptist Church of Columbus.

Brandi and her husband, Capp, have a son and a daughter and live in Columbus, Georgia.

"We first called Ronald Blue Trust to determine how soon I could retire. Our Ronald Blue Trust advisor guided us on a spiritual path at exactly the right time to focus us on God’s will at this stage of our lives and we will be forever thankful."

"I've been involved with financial planners for well over 40 years. There's very few of them that do it like Ronald Blue Trust. Very few concentrate on giving as part of the overall plan."

"Working with our Ronald Blue Trust advisor and their team of experts has been a 'game changer' for us to ensure we are managing our wealth wisely and being generous with the time, talents, and treasure we’ve been given--all from a biblical worldview."