Brenton Peck

Director

bpeck@finhealthnetwork.org

Brenton Peck is a Director on the Program team at the Financial Health Network. Leveraging his previous roles at the Financial Health Network as a Consultant and Relationship Manager, Brenton helps organizations structure and execute projects that are designed to improve the financial health of their business and their customers.
Mr. Peck has a strong passion for helping his clients define their financial health strategy, assess the rapidly changing marketplace, and develop high-quality products and practices. He has held positions at the Filene Research Institute, J.P.Morgan Chase, and Wells Fargo.
When not at the Financial Health Network, Brenton enjoys hiking, boating, beach volleyball, and 400-level seats at Wrigley Field. He lives in Glen Ellyn with his wife, Bridget, and their son, Madden and daughter, Ashlyn. Brenton graduated from Illinois State University and earned an MBA from the Dunham School of Business at Aurora University.

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