Meet Tevis Verrett, Husband to Laura, Dad to Kynedi (University of California, Santa Barbara – Foreign Service) & Kaedyn (University of California, Davis – Astronomy/Physics). Financial Advisor, and Wealth Manager.
Hedge Fund Manager and Chief Investment Officer, Commercial Banker Triumvirate Advisors & Triumvirate Capital Group, Incorporated.
Sr. Federal Loan Officer, Tier III, Department of Forgiveness – 7(a) & 504 Payroll Protection Plan, Office of Capital Access United States Small Business Administration (A temporary appointment to help 500,000 small businesses receive $8 Billion in PPP loans during the pandemic).
Centrist Democrat with progressive leanings (I am my brother’s keeper) & Fiscally Conservative.
Visionary, California Free and Accepted Mason 32nd Degree, Sir Knight in the Order of the Temple, Knights Templar. I am my brothers keeper.
Existential & Stoic disciplines taught me how to look at dilemmas from multiple dimensions. Brain sciences prepared me for medical school.
Curiosity of the human condition, study of the machinery of life.
I am a Noble in the Shrine (those guys with Fez's on the TV commercials) Our charitable pleasure to raise money for free medical treatment for kids. During Christmas time; run toy drives for the children. On Xmas day, we roll wheelchairs into rooms full of toys. Not a dry eye in this heartfelt and soulful mission.
Short Term Treatment Programs, Foster Care & Crisis Intake/Intervention for Runaways, wards of the state, incarcerated juveniles & exceptional children 10-18.
Short Term Treatment Programs, Let's get Veterans, Children (runaways), and Old Folks off of the street.
Ask yourself the question, "Is There Enough? The Answer: Universal Basic Income for the most vulnerable
Ask yourself the question, "Is There Enough? The Answer: We help these kids get an education now, or we pay for their incarceration and children later.
The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is an attribute of the strong.
Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.
The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.