Teresa Mitchell

Teresa Mitchell, CFP®
Wealth Advisor

“I enjoy helping clients make the connection between their personal values and their personal finances. It’s so exciting to help someone begin to utilize money & investing as a tool for reaching important life goals. Women in particular become much more valuable to their families and communities when they understand the power that being financially savvy brings.”


CONTACT: teresa@willowcreekwealth.com

Whether coaching women on become financially independent, or helping align important goals with money, Teresa believes that financial literacy is essential to making sound decisions about personal finances. She especially enjoys introducing prospective clients to our services, and also serves as one of our regulatory compliance officers.Teresa attended the “artist in residence” program at UC Davis and received a BFA in Theater Arts from Texas Christian University (TCU). She worked as a small business financial manager before attending the California Culinary Academy and opening her own restaurant in San Francisco's South-of-Market area. Teresa’s entrepreneurial experience continued into the internet venue where she helped launch gourmet food & cookware purveyor Tavolo.com. She is a member of the Financial Planning Association and the National Association of Personal Financial Advisors.

ON A PERSONAL NOTE: In addition to a continued love of gourmet cooking and baking, Teresa enjoys her vegetable garden, jogging with her retriever/chow, Honey and learning something new every day.

Read the latest from Teresa

How To Get The Most Out Of Social Security

Social Security is a significant source of income for many of us these days. Given the added annual cost-of-living increase (COLA), it has become a keystone to a successful retirement. Because many people are not aware of some of the lesser-known nuances of this benefit,  here are some tips to help you get the most […]

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Confident investor or scared, which are you?

Are you a confident investor or is the process fraught with fear and uncertainty? A 2015 study by the American Psychology Association found almost three-quarters of Americans are experiencing financial stress — at least some of the time. One of the top sources of money-related stress was saving for retirement. On the surface, retirement planning […]

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When it’s time to get serious about getting financial help

August 25, 2014 – Published in the North Bay Business Journal When making any major decision, it is important to know when to seek professional advice.  With financial decisions in particular, an expert can be critical given the number of options available today. Here are a series of scenarios when it may make sense to get […]

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