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Amy Daniels began her Edward Jones career in 1998 as an on-call branch office administrator, supporting the administrative needs of 40 Arkansas offices. In 2002, she became a licensed financial advisor and opened an office in Searcy, where she continues to serve individual investors.
Daniels has served as a member of the Edward Jones Investment Policy Committee since May 2017.
Since becoming an Edward Jones financial advisor, Daniels has qualified for five Edward Jones Managing Partner’s Conferences, five Financial Advisor’s Leaders Conferences and both Top Women’s conferences hosted by Edward Jones. In addition, her branch team has been recognized five times for providing outstanding client service.
In addition, Daniels has also qualified to attend five Top 100 Women Advisors Summits, an annual event sponsored by Barron’s magazine that recognizes the top 400 women advisors in the United States.
Since 2015, Daniels has served as the Edward Jones Arkansas Grassroots Taskforce chair. She also serves on the SIFMA (Securities Industry Markets Association) working group that focuses on senior investors, and she served as a panelist at the two previous SIFMA/FINRA Senior Investor Protection Conferences.
Daniels serves on the board of the Unity Health Foundation and as the organization’s Development Council chair and on the Gift Acceptance steering committee. She also serves on and is a past chair of the White County Community Foundation, an affiliate of the Arkansas Community Foundation.