Financial Professional, Prudential
ShirleyAnn M. Robertson, a second generation Financial Professional, began her career with The Prudential Insurance Company of America in 1992 under the guidance of her now retired business partner and mother, Hyacinth E. Robertson. Together, they built the highly successful firm of Robertson & Robertson Financial Services providing quality insurance and financial consultation services.
Recognized nationally, ShirleyAnn has developed her practice working with women, families, ministries, small to mid-size business clients throughout the United States. Helping them create financial strategies to meet their unique challenges and leave a legacy that grows and protects their assets. Promoting the benefits of insurance and financial products such as; life, long term care and retirement planning, ShirleyAnn is able to provide a comprehensive financial analysis that guides her clients as they become financially independent. Passionate about insurance and investment strategies, ShirleyAnn is a testament to the benefits of solid planning through life’s challenges and admits for her clients the one overarching mission is “helping others overcome the financial hurdles of life.”
Celebrating 25 years in the financial services industry; ShirleyAnn has received numerous, industry awards and accolades including the Million Dollar Round Table Award from 2001-2016, recognizing her as one of the top 1% financial services professionals who are committed to providing exemplary client service while displaying the highest standard of ethics and professional knowledge. She is a featured presenter and frequently sought-after public speaker at national conferences and programs, including the nationally syndicated Steve Harvey Morning Radio Show. Her financial strategies and suggestions have been featured in various industry publications such as, The Wall Street Journal, Black Enterprise, Essence magazine and other periodicals.
ShirleyAnn continues to extend herself beyond the financial arena with an investment in the community. She is involved in local non-profit community and charitable organizations supporting those important issues that affect the community she serves. She is an avid supporter of various teen leadership programs and personally mentors several girls on financial empowerment and the importance of solid planning skills. ShirleyAnn’s greatest source of pride and achievement is assisting her clients and continuing the legacy laid by her mother.