Molly Kaminski and Garrison Weaver Join Financial Symmetry

One of the things we pride ourselves on is the unwavering commitment to ensuring that our clients receive impeccable service. As we grow, our dedication to strengthening our client relationships remains a top priority. Keeping this in mind, we’re beyond excited to introduce two exceptional individuals who have recently joined our team as Client Service Associates: Molly and Garrison.

Meet Molly Kaminski

Molly was born and raised in sunny southern California. She attended Liberty University, where she graduated in 2018. The university’s location in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Parkway made her fall in love with this area and to decide to make North Carolina her new home. Before coming to Financial Symmetry, she worked in higher education administration.

Molly enjoys running, camping, hiking, swimming, and practically anything that will get her outside and in the sun. Molly and her husband, Chris, call Cary home with their daughter, Joan.

Meet Garrison Weaver

Garrison graduated from North Carolina State University in 2021 with a bachelor’s degree in business administration with a concentration in finance. His previous work experience was in Brand Protection as a Brand Protection Analyst. Garrison grew up in Sanford, NC and he enjoys playing golf, playing basketball, and cooking. He now calls Raleigh home, with his Rottweiler, Cash.


As our new Client Service Associates, Molly and Garrison will play a pivotal role in ensuring that our clients continue to receive the outstanding service they’ve come to expect from us. Their addition undoubtedly enhances our team’s capabilities, and we’re eagerly looking forward to the fresh perspectives they bring.

Please join us in extending a hearty welcome to Molly and Garrison. The future looks even brighter with them on board!

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