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Cara Drew

Cara Drew

Managing Director

Cara Drew brings a wealth of experience to NFN, drawing upon her extensive background in crafting comprehensive financial saving strategies for individuals and families, both in the short and long term. A distinguished member of the Million Dollar Round Table, Cara boasts a decorated record as a conference qualifier and award recipient with various prominent Financial Services organizations. She has earned multiple awards in leadership including Sales Manager of the Year in 2020. She has appeared in podcasts and various periodicals based on how she serves her clients.  

After graduating with Bachelor of Science in Legal Studies from the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, Cara began her career in Financial Services in 2011, focused on Protection Planning and Estate Planning. Her evolution towards more holistic financial strategies was a natural progression, allowing her to actively engage with families' finances throughout their lives, rather than exclusively managing matters after their passing. Cara holds Series 6 and 63 licenses, along with Life, Accident, and Health licenses, empowering her to serve her clients with utmost proficiency. 

In addition to her role as a producer, Cara will be Managing Director at NFN. In this capacity, she will play a pivotal role in shaping and guiding the journeys of other Financial Representatives and Advisors. Her responsibilities extend to recruiting and nurturing a dynamic team.  

Residing in Tyngsboro, Massachusetts, with her husband and three children—Trevor, Alexa, and Peighton—Cara not only excels in her professional pursuits but also thrives in her personal life. Outside of work, she dedicates time to fitness, actively participates in her family and children's activities, and indulges in the pleasures of boating on Lake Winnipesaukee with loved ones. Since 2003, Cara has been a committed member of a committee for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, contributing to an annual fundraising effort that surpasses $30,000 annually for the organization.