ReKeithen Miller, CFP®
A native of Tallahassee, Fla., ReKeithen Miller, CFP®, started his career at Palisades Hudson in our Fort Lauderdale office in May 2007 after graduating with honors from the University of Florida. In November 2008, he moved to our Atlanta office, and he became a client service manager in November 2011. He is also a member of the firm's investment committee.
While earning his B.S. in finance, with a minor in entrepreneurship, ReKeithen was elected to the University of Florida’s Golden Key International Honor Society. As an undergraduate, he interned for two summers at Raymond James in St. Petersburg, Fla., and served as the Executive Director for the Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation Ambassadors, where he helped encourage students to get involved with entrepreneurship.
As a member of Progressive Black Men, Inc., ReKeithen contributed to the Gainesville community by volunteering his time and helping to organize events, including a benefit concert for a local charity. He served as a language partner for a Spanish-speaking student through the university’s English Language Institute, and studied for a semester at Universidad Antonio de Nebrija in Madrid, Spain.
Since joining Palisades Hudson, ReKeithen has been exposed to the broad range of services we offer clients, from tax and financial planning to investment management and insurance consulting. ReKeithen is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ certificant.
ReKeithen is the author of various Sentinel articles, including “How Reproductive Advances Affect Financial Planning” (May 2013, online edition), “U.S. Treasury Makes A Bet On Low Interest Rates” (September 2012, online edition), “ “Yours, Mine and Ours: How Spouses Share and Transfer Property” (February 2012, online edition), “New SEC Rules Strengthen Money Market Funds” (January 2011), and “Protecting Your Most Valuable Asset: You!” (July 2010, online edition).