Cody Stevens, James Campbell and Associates

  1. Where do you work and what is your role?

    I am an Associate Wealth Management Advisor with James Campbell and Associates.

  2. Share a little bit about your background.

    I got my Undergraduate Degree in Finance from The Florida State University and then I went on to graduate with my MBA also from The Florida State University (Go Noles!). Both degrees have helped me on a daily basis as I meet with clients and help them define and realize their financial goals.

  3. Where are you from?

    I was born and raised in Tallahassee

  4. What do you like about Tallahassee?

    I like the people here first and foremost, and the relatively small-town feel. I like the trails, Florida State sporting events, and the ability to be involved in the many different organizations the town offers. I also like that we can be at a beach in an hour and a good beach in 2 1/2 hours.

  5. What’s on the top of your Tallahassee bucket list?

    I have not been on the field on game day yet. I also have not yet been out to Lake Tribe Brewery.

  6. What’s the best part about Access? Why/how did you get involved?

    The best part about Access is is the opportunity to get to know other up and coming leaders in town. I got involved for the networking, which has been great. I also love that Access takes you to different businesses throughout town, so you learn more about the community as you come to more events.

  7. Favorite Access event and why?

    The Access Socials because it gives people the opportunity to unwind and be a little more relaxed than they are at the other events during the day.

  8. What other organizations are you involved in?

    I am a foster parent through Big Bend Community Based Care, which eats up most of my time outside of work. I also am a member of F3 Tallahassee, which the mission is to plant, grow and serve small workout groups for men for the invigoration of male community leadership.

  9. Why did you choose Tallahassee?

    I was born and raised in Tallahassee. When I was younger, I would have never dreamed of staying. Once I got older, I realized it was a me problem and not the city. I lived for a year in Atlanta and am now excited to be back in Tallahassee.

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