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Hawley has enjoyed traveling all of his life, and especially loves sharing travel experiences with groups of people, including friends and family. He is also passionate about skiing, so many of the trips he’s planned for the last two decades have been to various ski destinations in North America and Europe. Hawley now shares his passion for travel and skiing with his two children. He feels fortunate to have grown up in the Lake Tahoe region at Incline Lake, Nevada in a log cabin.
Hawley is an avid train enthusiast, and built his own garden railroad at his home. He organizes the annual Water & Rails, the largest fundraiser in Northern Nevada for ALS of Nevada that provides direct patient support for those inflicted with Lou Gehrig’s disease. Hawley was awarded the Steve Rigazio Voice of Courage Award from ALS of Nevada for his continued support of ALS.
In his professional life, Hawley is a seasoned entrepreneur, Senior Executive, and Board Member with more than 30 years of success spanning financial planning, employee benefits, banking, and investment management. In 1990, Hawley founded MacLean Financial Group with one purpose: to help clients promote and protect their financial freedom for a net positive plan through all of life’s transitions. His family has been involved with multi-generational wealth management for over 150 years. As President and CEO of the firm, Hawley is dedicated to helping clients fulfill their financial goals while protecting and preserving their wealth. Hawley is also a Founding Director of Heritage Bank, known for being one of the best community banks in the country.
Hawley obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Technical Theater from the University of Nevada, Reno. He also sits on the UNR College of Science advisory board. He is a registered investment advisor of Cambridge Investment Research, Inc. and has his CLTC designation (certified in long-term planning). He was named the American Heart Association’s Man of the Year and became a Life Member of the Million Dollar Round Table in 2004. Hawley was also a past executive board member to the World Union of Olympic Cities in Lausanne, Switzerland.
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