Get to know C. Brieanna Mason

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C. Brieanna Mason

Brie Mason’s ability to effectively manage, lead and supervise a multidisciplinary team is why she has been the Chief Operating Officer for Regent Wealth Management for over 8 years; however, her early observations and interactions with the people who come to Regent looking for help and her personal experience bravely starting over after a major life change, compelled her to become a fiduciary financial advisor. She is especially passionate about her participation with Woman’s Worth ® and the focus on financial planning based on the unique financial needs of women. Brie holds a Life & Health insurance license as well as a Series 65 investment advisor license. Her passion to help and protect her clients is contagious.

Traveling with her mother as a child was a practical education she couldn’t buy, read, or theorize to obtain.  It was a multiple month trip to South America to learn Spanish, explore the beauty, history, and culture when, unknowingly at the time, was the spark of her future passion for her seeing the world as one community. In college Brie’s focus was an international business that launched her career managing major infrastructure projects for Cisco, Yahoo!, Apple Computer (Apple), and other early Silicon Valley innovators.

Brie attended college at SF State University and went on to the University of London, School of Economics, where she helped write a policy on trade & tariffs for the European Economic Community (EEC) before returning to the States to finish her undergraduate degree and attend graduate school at Saint Mary’s College.

Brie currently lives in Willow Glen and has two teenagers. Her daughter, a talented artist who wants to major in the musical theatre next year, and her son, who is a world-ranked gamer with a few more years to figure out his college interests. Together they enjoy spending time with their dogs, visiting the beach or snow, going to the theatre, art museums, and volunteering. Their big event during the COVID-19 pandemic has been weekly family movies via facetime with Brie’s mom.