Client Relationship Manager
Kenzie Trusela started working in the financial services industry in the beginning of 2021. “I was very excited when the opportunity opened up to work for Tushaus Wealth Management, and I jumped at the chance. I love working here.” she says.
Kenzie handles client relationships, communications, service requests, administration, and marketing for the firm. “I function as a support role and I sit in on meetings as well as perform all the day-to-day operations and back-office duties required to keep things running smoothly,” she says. “This is absolutely my long-term career path. I feel I was brought in and made a part of another family that helps families. I feel blessed to have found a career that brings me so much fulfillment and I believe this is exactly where I am meant to be.”
Her background made her ideal for the client relationship management role. Prior to joining Tushaus Wealth Management, Kenzie spent 12 years in the food service industry, where she worked her way up into management and supervisory positions. A natural when it comes to technology, Kenzie graduated from an accelerated computer coding program through the University of Arizona.
Kenzie grew up in Cave Creek, Arizona and is close to her parents and four older brothers. She got married on October 10, 2020 to her husband Cecil. “My love language is time, and what I enjoy most is spending time with my husband and family,” she says. Both Kenzie and Cecil are passionate about being healthy, and they work out at the gym five to six times a week together. Kenzie is also a huge Phoenix Suns fan and tries her best to not miss a single game.
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