Pathway is here for you through every step of life, and we understand that detours will occur. Whether it is financing a new business, making the decision to go back to school or coping with the death of a spouse, we will help you re-evaluate your path accordingly.
We look forward to working with you.
Carol Henry Kinder
Carol Kinder believes in developing a bond with her clients, getting to know their financial history and learning the direction they want for their future. In order to create a customized portfolio, Carol delves into her clients’ lives to learn and connect with them and their families on a personal level.
Earning her degree of Bachelors of Science in Business Administration from Louisiana State University, Carol has been a Financial Advisor since 1996. To stay active with her community, Carol is involved in the NEXT STEP organization, whose mission is to educate the community about the prevalence of domestic violence and provide transitional housing supportive services for victims as part of the healing and recovery process.
When not at the office, it’s a good bet you’ll find Carol either sipping a glass of wine on the patio or around the house with her grandchild taking advantage of an open door policy shared with her family. “Family is the most important thing, and we need to work at keeping it close,” says Carol.
One of Carol’s personal missions continues to be the education of women in regard to finances and investing as, “life often brings about unexpected changes and choices, it is important for every woman to be prepared and informed to make tough decisions during tough times.” This passion motivates Carol to continue to educate women as part of her life-long commitment of giving back.
Joanie has been working with the Pathway team since 2002 and was brought on board as Pathway’s Executive Assistant. Outside of the office, Joanie prefers to be just that – outside. She loves to be in the great outdoors doing everything from deer hunting to fishing. While she loves structure and planning in her work life, Joanie’s ideal vacation is heading out on the open road with no particular destination in mind. For quick weekend trips, she heads out to her family’s camp. Taking a cruise and deep-sea fishing top her life’s “to-do” list.