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Ryan Gorsuch

Client Service Associate


FirstWave Financial®

Client Service Associate

  • Support to Vice President of Client Operations working closely with our WealthCoaches™ and knowledgeable team.
  • Researches a wide range of complex issues to provide support and exceptional service custom tailored to each of our clients’ needs.
  • Coordinates and works with a network of resources from insurance, mortgage, and estate planning professionals as well as Social Security to help to ensure that our clients are well taken care of in all areas of their financial lives.
  • Assists Client Operations with new client onboarding, transfer of assets, client support documents, two-factor authentication, check requests, and wires.
  • Helps Client Operations prepare quarterly billing for clients and post billing reports for the FirstWave Executive Team.


Market Street Memory Care Residence, Viera – Executive Chef

  • Served as the Executive Chef for 60+ residents and 100 staff members.
  • Management to culinary department staff – talent recruitment, hiring, onboarding, scheduling, and ongoing training.
  • Liaison for the Executive Director to vendors, food providers, equipment maintenance workers, and various strategic partners.
  • Responsible for providing exceptional culinary experience during dining hours, snack times, culinary demonstrations, holidays, and special events.


  • Keiser University, FL – Associate of Science in Culinary Arts


  •  Social Media Chair – Space Coast Porsche Club of America
  • Sound Reinforcement – Grace Church Melbourne

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Recent Posts

The Many Ways Our Grandparents Give.

By Laura Chiesman

As life expectancies continue to increase so does the number of lucky kids who have multiple grandparents in their lives. Grandparents (and great-grandparents) are key sources of assistance to families and their influence is well documented.


4 Conditions that Impact your Money 

By FirstWave Financial®

When are you going to stop worrying so much about your money? When you finish paying for the kids’ college educations? When you pay off your mortgage? When you have saved one million dollars? When? While each of these are great achievements, unfortunately accomplishing them can have you worrying even more about your money.


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