Ron Carson is Founder and CEO of Carson Group, which serves financial advisors and investors through its businesses including Carson Wealth, Carson Coaching, and Carson Partners. Founded in 1983, Carson Wealth has grown to become one of the largest wealth management firms in the country offering portfolio management and wealth planning services to high net-worth clients.
Ron first began honing his core principles while working from his dorm room at the University of Nebraska in 1983. These driving principles enabled Carson Group to grow to over $15 billion in assets under advisement. He also appears regularly on broadcast media for FOXBusiness and Bloomberg as a leading expert advisor and commentator.
In the spring of 2012, Ron continued to expand his industry leadership by co-founding aRIA. aRIA is a "think-tank" study group comprised of six forward-thinking RIA firms, which collectively manage more than $20 billion in client assets, and Advisor Growth Strategies, a leading consulting firm serving the wealth management industry.
Ron is also actively involved in the community. He and his wife, Jeanie, founded The Dreamweaver Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to fulfilling end-of-life dreams for seniors with terminal illnesses. He also founded the American Charitable Foundation—a foundation established for a more efficient disposition of charitable assets—and served as a past President of the Child Saving Institute.
A nationally acclaimed New York Times bestselling author, Ron has shared his success principles through several books, including 2005's "Tested in the Trenches", 2007's "Avalanche", 2012's second edition of "Tested in the Trenches", and most recently "The Sustainable Edge", released in 2016 and written for business owners who are seeking a fuller, more rewarding work-life balance.
Ron and Jeanie reside in Omaha and have three wonderful children. He enjoys spending time with his family, collecting and drinking wine, golfing, flying, pheasant hunting, and he’s an avid Nebraska Cornhusker fan.