Ken Powell is a senior financial planner for the Private Wealth division of Ronald Blue Trust and serves his clients out of the office in Seattle, Washington.
As a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNERTM certificant, Ken analyzes clients’ overall financial condition and develops customized recommendations designed to help them realize their financial and life goals. He evaluates a client’s estate, insurance, tax, investment, giving, retirement, trust, and cash flow considerations and brings them together to create a comprehensive plan tailored to the client’s needs.
Prior to joining the company, Ken worked at The Boeing Company for 11 years where he served in various engineering management and technical roles. He was responsible for interior design and structural testing.
Ken graduated from Colorado State University with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering. He also earned his MBA in finance from Seattle University.
Active in his community, Ken is a member at Alderwood Community Church. He enjoys spending time with his family and fixing cars in his spare time.
Ken and his wife, Lacie, have two children and live in Kirkland, WA.
"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."
Jim & Norma W.Lake Elsinore, CA
"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."
Terry Parker, Cofounder of National Christian FoundationFeatured in Faces of Generosity
"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."
President & CEO of a large privately owned companyDagsboro, DE
Trust and investment management accounts and services offered by Ronald Blue Trust, Inc. are not insured by the FDIC or any other federal government agency, are not deposits or other obligations of, nor guaranteed by any bank or bank affiliate, and are subject to investment risk, including possible loss of the principal amount invested. *The client’s experience may not be representative of the experience of other clients and is also not indicative of future performance or success.**As of 4/01/22 and subject to change.
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