Cara Drew

Concord Wealth Management
    Connect with Cara:
Cara Drew

Cara Sullivan Drew is a Financial Professional with Concord Wealth Management where she works with individuals and families designing both short-term and long-term financial saving strategies.

She started her career in estate planning after graduating with a Bachelor of
Science in Legal Studies from the University of Massachusetts and has worked in financial services for seven years. She found transitioning to financial services was a natural choice because it allowed her to actively work with families’ finances throughout their lives rather than exclusively handling them after their death.

Cara holds her Series 6 and 63 as well as life, accident and health licenses. She is a member of Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT) and has received several other elite awards. Since 2003, she has also served on a committee for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, raising more than $30,000 annually for the organization.

Cara resides in Tyngsborough, Massachusetts with her husband and her three children, Trevor, Alexa and Peighton. In her spare time she enjoys working out and being involved with her family and her kids’ activities which include basketball, baseball, football, dance, softball, golf and lacrosse. She also enjoys spending time on the boat on Lake Winnipesaukee with her family and friends.

Cara is a Registered Representative and Registered Investment Adviser
Representative of Hornor, Townsend & Kent, Inc. (HTK). Registered Investment Adviser, Member FINRA/SIPC. HTK is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company.

Stories by Cara Drew

How to Get Your Financial Life in Order on a Snow Day

By Cara Drew | January 23, 2018

Snow days can bring a welcome respite from the rush and bustle of everyday life. Suddenly housebound with nowhere to go and nothing to do, it can be a rare chance to just sit quietly watching the snow fall, or maybe to tackle some household projects you’ve been putting off. Here’s an idea that can combine deep thought with something you might have long neglected: Take some time to get your financial life in order. Here are a few financial things to think about if you find yourself with a snow day.