Principal Investment Advisor
Amy Hubble is the founding principal at Radix Financial in Oklahoma City, OK.
PhD (In progress) in Consumer Economics and Financial Planning from the University of Georgia
MBA, Finance from the University of Oklahoma
Executive Certificate in Financial Planning from the University of Oklahoma
BA in Marketing/Management and International Studies from Oklahoma Christian University
Prior to founding Radix in 2015, Amy served as the Senior Vice President and Head of Relationship Management for Heritage Trust Company in Oklahoma City. During her eight year tenure, she held various marketing, personal trust, and investment portfolio management roles.
2016 - Named as a "40 Under 40" by InvestmentNews http://www.investmentnews.com/section/40-under-40/2016/profile/28/Amy-Hubble
2016 - Named one of the Top 10 CFP® holders under the age of 36 by WealthManagement.com
2015 - Honored as the “Distinguished Young Alumni” at Oklahoma Christian University http://www.oc.edu/stories/content/hubble-invests-in-business-philanthropy
2013 - Recognized as one of iON Oklahoma Magazine’s “30 Under 30” for professional achievement, community involvement, and a commitment to Oklahoma’s future
2009 - Selected as a member of Leadership Oklahoma City LOYAL (Class IV, “Best Class Ever”)
2008 - Graduated from the American Banker's Association Graduate Trust School I
2007 - Graduated from the American Banker's Association National Trust School
Amy has a passion for issues concerning global economics and poverty. She serves on the board of directors and as treasurer for Heartbeat for Hope, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization that works to reduce poverty amongst single women in the small West African country of Ghana through literacy programs, vocational training, and microfinance. To learn more please visit www.heartbeatforhope.com/creations.
In her spare time, Amy likes to: travel, ski, run races, read books, Crossfit, drink coffee, walk her dog “Norman,” and play kickball.
Amy is currently splitting time between her home in Oklahoma City and Athens, GA while she completes her PhD at the University of Georgia.