Olga Starr wins Skylight’s New Associate of the Year 2014


This year has been an eventful one for Olga Starr, as, on top of becoming a gold and silver medalist in this year’s GG9 games, Olga has been awarded Skylight’s New Associate of the Year 2014. After a decade of a successful banking career, Olga recently joined Skylight Financial Group driven by her desire to provide a wider variety of services and products to help meet the financial objectives of her clients.  Throughout 2014, Olga has quickly established her career with Skylight Financial Group and has become the firm’s leader in long term care.

On receiving the award, Olga said, “I feel honored to have received his award.  Moving from a banking background, I feel I have fitted in very well in Skylight and am really enjoying creating solutions to cover gaps in my client’s strategies and hopefully saving them from major pains in the future.  It’s very rewarding and I’m very proud of my achievements. Thanks to everyone for their support.”

Paul Fox, President and CEO of Skylight Financial Group, added, “Many congratulations to Olga on winning New Associate of the Year.  Olga is very driven and has given 110% of herself to growing her practice in her first year.  She has demonstrated excellence in many facets of her planning and has recently been honored in the 2014 Who’s Who of GLBT Columbus.  It’s great to see more women entering the industry and doing so well.”

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