PhD, CFA, CFP®
Principal Investment Advisor
Dr. Amy Hubble is the founding principal at Radix Financial, LLC, an independent SEC-Registered Investment Adviser (RIA) firm serving individuals, families, and non-profits across the United States.
Amy spent her early career at an Oklahoma City-based independent trust company where she worked her way up to Senior Vice President and head of the personal trust relationship management team before leaving to found Radix in 2015. Amy specializes in research-based, long-term investment management.
In addition to her full-time work at Radix, Amy works as an international investment consultant for Helix Advisory Services in the Cayman Islands, provides clinical research and consulting for the Financial Planning Performance Lab at the University of Georgia, teaches in the CFP® Exam Review program for Wiley, serves on the Business Advisory Council for the Leftwich School of Business at Oklahoma Christian University, and sits on the board of the CFA Society of the Cayman Islands.
Amy is an active public speaker, published researcher, and financial educator--frequently appearing on television, podcast, and radio programs discussing issues surrounding personal finance and investments. She is a frequent co-host of "Money Sense," a bi-monthly radio program airing in the Cayman Islands and has appeared in such media publications as: The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, USA Today, CNBC, MarketWatch, CNN Money, Investopedia, InvestmentNews, US News & World Report, and Kiplingers.
Most importantly, 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 in the small West African country of Ghana through literacy programs, vocational training, and microfinance. To learn more please visit www.heartbeatforhope.com/creations.
PhD, Financial Planning and Consumer Economics, University of Georgia
MBA, Finance, University of Oklahoma
BA, Marketing/Management and International Studies, Oklahoma Christian University