Charlie Sims Jr.

Charles Sims Jr., CMFC, LUTCF, is President/ CEO of The Sims Financial Group. He is a life member of The Million Dollar Round Table, National Association of Life Underwriters, Financial Planning Association, Life Underwriting Training Council and the first African American inducted into The John Hancock Financial Network's Hall of Fame. Listed among Who's Who in Finance and Industry, he was one of the founding members and the first Public Relations Officer of The Mid-South Society of the Financial Planning Association. A member of Mississippi Boulevard Christian Church and the NAACP, he has served on numerous boards, chairing several of them.



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