Ohanian joins Friends of Arizona Historical Society board

Independent Newsmedia
Posted 8/31/20

Paul Ohanian, founder of Scottsdale Wealth Planning and local entrepreneur for 30 years, will join the Friends of the Arizona Historical Society board.

To Our Valued Readers –

Visitors to our website will be limited to five stories per month unless they opt to subscribe.

For $5.99, less than 20 cents a day, subscribers will receive unlimited access to the website, including access to our Daily Independent e-edition, which features Arizona-specific journalism and items you can’t find in our community print products, such as weather reports, comics, crossword puzzles, advice columns and so much more six days a week.

Our commitment to balanced, fair reporting and local coverage provides insight and perspective not found anywhere else.

Your financial commitment will help to preserve the kind of honest journalism produced by our reporters and editors. We trust you agree that independent journalism is an essential component of our democracy. Please click here to subscribe.

Sincerely,
Charlene Bisson, Publisher, Independent Newsmedia

Please log in to continue

Log in
I am anchor

Ohanian joins Friends of Arizona Historical Society board

Posted

Editor's Note: A previous version of this story misidentified Scottsdale Wealth Planning. We apologize for any confusion this may have caused.

Paul Ohanian, founder of Scottsdale Wealth Planning and local entrepreneur for 30 years, will join the Friends of the Arizona Historical Society board.

The Friends of the Arizona Historical Society, Inc. was established in 2014 as a 501(c)3 organization aimed at advancing and supporting the mission of the Arizona Historical Society. They do that by raising funds to create and sustain programs, exhibits and outreach, according to a press release.

“I believe in preserving and promoting the important Arizona Historical Society mission for our future generations.” Mr. Ohanian said in a prepared statement.

James Burns, executive director of the Arizona Historical Society, said the organization is excited to bring on Mr. Ohanian because of his talents in financial estate planning as well as his knowledge of Arizona history.

“Paul’s appreciation of Arizona’s deep roots is demonstrated in his loyalty to our great state - his office is on Main Street in Scottsdale, and he resides in Scottsdale where his wife and 3 adult children have carved their own Arizona legacy.” he said in a prepared statement.

Mr. Ohanian comes from the Midwest but has been an Arizona resident since 1986. He has stewarded financial strategies for over 30 years.

Beginning his career as a certified public accountant, his company provides wealth planning for complex life changes for individuals, couples, businesses and family legacy planning.

He personally oversees every portfolio plan of SWP’s investment strategies coupled with his philosophy. Expert partnerships in industry specific practice areas are integrated through Mr. Ohanian’s knowledge of financial planning.

Mr. Ohanian recently served as a member of the Notre Dame Preparatory Advisory School Board and previously as president of the Scottsdale Rotary Club.

Mr. Ohanian lives in Scottsdale with his wife and three adult children and one new family addition, “Sampson”, the family rescue dog.

The Historical Society’s Mission and Vision is connecting people through the power of Arizona’s history. Its vision seeks to be the driving force strengthening Arizona’s communities by promoting history through leadership, partnership and scholarship, a release states.

The Arizona Historical Society hopes to serve as the steward of Arizona’s history. Its collections showcases Arizona history and its artifact and manuscript holdings offers opportunities for public programming, educational outreach, and exhibitions, as well as academic and community-based research.

AHS collections provide premier resources for recounting Arizona’s past, and they are invaluable tools for promoting public understanding of contemporary issues such as water availability, immigration, free trade, mining, ranching and agribusiness, the defense industry, cultural diversity and urban development and revitalization.

Comments