REMINDER! All AGMA Singers are invited to a two-part financial planning seminar hosted by the Opera & Concert Choristers Caucus on Monday, March 21, and Monday, March 28 at 6:30 p.m. ET.
Attending both parts of this complimentary and informative series is highly encouraged. All AGMA Singers in good standing may register for both (or just one) of the sessions here.
The OCCC will be joined by Cameron Rahmani, Financial Representative with Northwestern Mutual, on March 21, and by Tyrone Dinneen, Financial Advisor, on March 28, who will build upon the first seminar’s foundation.
Both presenters will be outlining different key subjects, such as the importance of planning for the future, how to protect assets, and retirement options. There will be time for a Q&A.
Cameron Rahmani runs a financial planning practice with Northwestern Mutual. As a financial planner, Cameron partners with individuals, families, and small business owners across the United States – serving as an advocate to help his clients realize their dreams while also mitigating the bumps in the road that may arise over the course of one’s life. A California native, Cameron was born and raised in San Diego, studied music performance at UCLA, and achieved his master’s degree in bass trombone performance from the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. As a trombonist turned financial planner, Cameron understands the personal, professional, and financial challenges artists face and is extremely passionate about creating a new movement around financial literacy and security for those in the Arts. Cameron currently resides in San Francisco with his partner, Nicole, and their dog Logan.
Tyrone Dinneen is a Financial Advisor and owns/operates his own financial planning practice for the past 6 years in Los Angeles. Tyrone’s practice focus is around small business owners, pension holders, and construction companies working towards financial security, tax efficiency and strategic planning. Originally from Spokane, WA, Tyrone moved to Los Angeles after graduating from the University of Idaho in 2003 In September of that year he began working in the non-profit sector in South Central Los Angeles. For 11 years, Tyrone worked at After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles at one of their four original school sights and was an integral part of their expansion to 60 school sites across the county. Not only did Tyrone help create the organizations’ internal structure but he also trained and managed over 100 organization employees to build and create engaging programs. Tyrone managed over $4 million dollars of public funding. Tyrone is still active in the South Central and East Los Angeles communities at the junior board level of After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles.