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Stuart Gordon, Chief Financial Officer

Stuart joined The Kennedy Collective in 1986 where he has successfully managed the growth of The Kennedy Collective from $4 million in 1986 to $35 million in 2022. Prior to joining The Kennedy Collective, Stuart was a Senior Accountant at Friedberg Smith & Co. and other Public Accounting Firms.

Stuart has effectively supervised a variety of functions at The Kennedy Collective throughout his 36-year career, including Mergers and Acquisitions, Facilities, Finance, Employee Benefits and Regulatory Affairs. Stuart earned an M.B.A in Accounting from the University of Bridgeport, as well as a B.S. in Special Education from Florida International University. He is a past National President of Probus Club and two term President / active member of the Probus Club of Greater Bridgeport, CT.

Stuart Gordon sitting and smiling at the camera wearing a suit.

Why Should Someone Contribute To The Kennedy Collective?

You should contribute to the Kennedy Collective to ensure financial stability for another 70 years.

What Sums Up The Kennedy Collective To You?

Teams working together to improve the lives of individuals in the community.

Why Are You So Passionate About The Kennedy Collective?

My passion fuels the desire for financial growth to expand all businesses and support programs.