Thomas-Withorn

Thomas Withorn

Senior Client Service Associate

  • Education

    BBA in Managerial Finance at University of Mississippi

  • Certifications/Licenses

    – Life and Health Insurance
    – Series 6, 63

  • Recognition

    Deans Honor Roll at University of Mississippi

  • Joined Us In

    2016

  • Born & Raised

    Here in Atlanta

  • Family

    They all live here in Atlanta so I get to spend a lot of time with them. We have 2 Labrador Retrievers.

  • Favorite...

    Ole Miss Football and Atlanta Falcons

  • Fun Fact

    “I got a hole in one once – it was on my mulligan but I still like to count it.”

  • Favorite Quote

    “Life is always happening for us, not to us. It’s our job to find out where the benefit is. If we do, life is magnificent.”

    – Tony Robbins

Thomas joined our team in November 2016 from the University of Mississippi where he studied Managerial Finance. “The ideology of starting to save early on was always taught to me growing up, and I became interested in how those savings compounded through the years,” says Thomas. “I have always enjoyed following the stock market, and I think investing is a great way to build wealth that people of all ages can participate in.”

His colleagues might say he pays great attention to detail, stays organized and provides constant communication between the team to ensure the clients he interacts with receive the best possible experience with JOYN.

Thomas is an Atlanta native, attending school just down the road at Marist High School. He and his family are very close and enjoy checking out new restaurants around Atlanta. Thomas loves cheering on his alma mater in football, but also stays true to his Atlanta roots by cheering on the Falcons. He’s still recovering from their recent Super Bowl loss.

When the weather is nice, Thomas loves golfing, taking his 2 Labrador Retrievers fishing, and hanging out with his friends.

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