Happy Halloween from the Cornerstone team! Read on to learn more about how some of our staff members celebrated -- by dressing up their furry friends!Read More
Our Office Manager, Brittany, attended National Cheerleaders Association (NCA) Cheer Camp at Husson University in Bangor, Maine from July 11-14 as a Coach with South Portland Youth Cheering (SPYC).Read More
Tuesday, July 17 was no ordinary Tuesday for the Cornerstone staff – it was our annual Girls’ Day Out! This is an annual day-long event filled with activities for Cornerstone employees.Read More
On Thursday, June 21st, Mackenzie attended a full-day immersive workshop for women interested in early-stage investing. 37 women attended this event, which was hosted by The Women's Business Center at CEI, in collaboration with fellow organizers of Maine Women for Women (W4W) and the Northern New England Women's Investor Network (NNEWIN).Read More
As pet owners, we know how important furry family members are! Read on to meet the Cornerstone staff's furry friends.Read More
Our very own Mackenzie was nominated for PROPEL's Young Professional of the Year award -- for her active participation in the professional community and financial planning guidance to young professionals in the Portland area.Read More
On Wednesday, June 6th, the Newington and Portland Cornerstone teams joined forces at the YMCA of Southern Maine in Biddeford for the United Way of York County’s 23rd Annual Day of Caring.Read More
Our Portland and Newington offices are making progress in an effort to be more environmentally conscious. Learn more about our efforts here!
Cornerstone Financial Planning, a financial planning firm with offices in Portland, Maine and Newington, New Hampshire, recently hired Brittany Landry as their Office Manager. Ms. Landry will work at the firm’s Union Wharf location in Portland where her responsibilities will include greeting clients, providing general administrative support, website and social media maintenance and marketing functions.
Mackenzie and Nichole were recently spotted in the Portland Press Herald.Read More