This blog post is part of a series highlighting Key Management Group team members.

As a financial analyst, Natasha Lynn brings together a commitment to quality with her love of working with a team to serve our advisor clients. Prior to her joining Key Management Group three years ago, she worked in the medical space providing Anesthesia Revenue Management. This experience taught her the importance of client confidentiality, accuracy, and data management. She applies that experience along with her eye for detail to ensure that the first step in the client meeting prep process is completed to a high standard.

When asked what she loves most about working at Key Management Group, Natasha states that it’s the team and culture. She says that shared values make it easy for everyone to connect and feel comfortable so they can focus on doing their job. Natasha acknowledges the positive impact her relationships with her coworkers and the company culture has on the work environment and her ability to thrive in her role.

When not at work Natasha spends most of her free time with her husband watching movies and visiting her family, to whom she is very close. As a family-oriented person, Christmas is one of her favorite holidays. Although she loves to decorate, she admits to going a little overboard decorating at Christmas time. Her passion for design comes from a desire to boost the spirit and to create an environment that is warm and inviting, no matter what time of year it is. One thing she hopes to do more of in the near future is traveling, especially to see family, and to get more time to rest and relax by the water.

If you would like to connect with Natasha, you can email her at nlynn@keymanagementgrp.com.

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About the Author: Shennandoah Connor

As Vice President of Revenue Operations, Shennandoah works closely with our internal Subject Matter Experts to create initiatives and educational content to empower financial advisors throughout every stage of their career. She leads our strategic partnerships with industry leaders and Broker Dealers/Custodians, along with other marketing and business development initiatives designed to connect advisors with valuable resources and services.

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