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Felicia Stovall is a Wealth Management Advisor and Vice President with the Chesapeake Wealth Management team where she serves clients throughout the Williamsburg, Middle Peninsula and Northern Neck region. She has over a decade of experience managing multigenerational family wealth and administering complex trust, estate and agency relationships.
She specializes in advising individuals, families, and business owners on all phases of their financial lives. As part of her comprehensive approach to wealth management, she seeks to gain a holistic view of each client’s unique situation and goals. Mrs. Stovall collaborates closely with estate planning attorneys and accountants to develop and implement innovative tax-efficient strategies, helping her clients grow, preserve and protect their wealth and plan for its eventual distribution.
Mrs. Stovall is a Certified Wealth Strategist® (CWS®) through the Cannon Financial Institute and holds the Certified Trust and Financial Advisor (CTFA) designation through the Institute of Certified Bankers. She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Presbyterian College before completing her M.B.A. through the Darla Moore School of Business at the University of South Carolina. She is a graduate of Cannon Trust School and holds a Certificate in Financial Planning through Emory University.
Mrs. Stovall is committed to her clients and the community she serves. She is a member of the Rotary Club of the Historic Triangle and serves on the Board of Directors for the Gloucester-Mathews Care Clinic. She is an active member of both the Virginia Peninsula Estate Planning Council and Hampton Roads Estate Planning Council.
Prior to joining the Chesapeake Wealth Management team, Mrs. Stovall resided in South Carolina where she was a member of the Estate Planning Councils in Greenville, Spartanburg and Columbia and served on the South Carolina Bankers Association Trust Committee. Her passion for community service grew into leadership positions with the local Habitat for Humanity Chapter, the County Festival Chorale and Community Foundation Boards.