Harrison is beginning, what he hopes to be, a long career in the financial services industry. As a Jackson Hole local and avid outdoorsman, Harrison has always appreciated the many great resources Wyoming has to offer – be it fishing, hunting, or the cold winter temperatures that freeze the local rinks for spirited hockey games.
Harrison graduated from the University of Wyoming College of Business with a Bachelor of Science in management and a minor in accounting. While in school he was a member of The Student Center for the Public Trust Chapter promoting ethical thinking and discussing business situations as they relate to the Daniels Fund Ethics Initiative Principles. He also played for the Club Baseball team.
During summer breaks, Harrison always returned home to guide fishing trips throughout Northwest Wyoming. These trips allowed him to create meaningful connections with clientele from all over the world, as well as develop his growing interest in investing and managing personal finances. As a result, he opened his first investment account with the money earned from guiding. Some might say, a young fisherman turned investor! Harrison brings his investment enthusiasm and professionalism to the Singleton Peery team.
When not working, you can usually find Harrison hunting, fishing, golfing, and coaching youth sports.