Courtnie Nein co-founded The Good Life Companies in 2012. Once the need in the marketplace had been identified, Ms. Nein was tasked primarily with creating all of the infrastructure, procedures, policies, and offerings for the company that would eventually be what it is today. Prior to founding the company, Courtnie practiced as an advisor with Conor Delaney at Waddell & Reed.
Ms. Nein attended Syracuse University on a full-tuition field hockey scholarship where she graduated within three and a half years with a degree in marketing management. She obtained her securities registrations and insurance licenses during her final semester at Syracuse before joining Mr. Delaney at Waddell & Reed. Ms. Nein grew up in Leesport, Pennsylvania, in a large family business, which provided her with the foundation for becoming the prominent business leader she is today.
Ms. Nein oversees most of the operations at The Good Life Companies on a day to day basis. Like Delaney, she believes in servant leadership. While the growing number of employees at the company report largely to her, she can say without a doubt that she has sat in their chair. As the company has grown, she has become more of a manager and a leader but Ms. Nein is one of only a few that can say that have served in every capacity at the firm. Today, her commitments include overseeing the new advisor training program, the on-boarding to LPL Financial and The Good Life Companies, the transition department, and she manages the daily operations of the RIA. She also runs the day-to-day operations for Mr. Delaney and her wealth management practice.
Courtnie married her longtime love, Justinn, in September 2009. They have two sons, Graham and Colt. Courtnie enjoys working out, cooking and spending time with family and friends. Courtnie was a past president of Spring Township Centennial Rotary Club and currently coaches her son’s soccer team.
Good Life Companies is a stand-alone entity providing real estate, infrastructure, technology, training, marketing and support to independent professionals throughout the United States.