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October 20, 2022
The American College of Financial Services announced today a decorated list of professionals who will be honored at The College’s annual President’s Dinner, a black-tie celebration of philanthropy and dedication to The College, on Thursday, November 3, at the W Philadelphia.
Included in the list is the 2022 Alumni Hall of Fame inductee, Mark Weber, JD, MSFS, CLU®, ChFC®, CAP®, philanthropic consultant at Legacy Spectrum Advisor, LLC and creator of The College’s A Spectrum of Legacies Program.
Weber has extensive experience as an advisor, spending eight years with MassMutual, 32 years with M-Financial (Silverstone Group), and two years with Legacy Spectrum Advisor, LLC, which have enabled him to reach milestones as a 37-year member of the Million Dollar Round Table and a 15-year member of Top of the Table.
He founded the Omaha Chartered Advisor in Philanthropy in 2011 and has facilitated classes for 11 years, with 131 program graduates plus 16 current students. Omaha CAP® graduates report that their clients have gifted over $9 billion dollars to charity.
An avid public speaker, Weber has presented before the Nebraska Bar Association; Iowa Bar Association; Nebraska Society of CPAs; University of Nebraska College of Law and School of Accounting: Great Plains Federal Tax Institute; Omaha Estate Planning Council; M-Financial National Advisor Conference; The International Association of Advisors in Philanthropy, and The Big Ten Conference of Development and Planned Giving. He has also published articles in The Legacy Spectrum (2017), A Spectrum of Legacies (2022), and Planned Giving Today magazine.
Weber earned his Bachelor of Arts and Juris Doctorate degrees from Creighton University. He also holds a Master of Science in Financial Services from The American College of Financial Services along with the CLU®, ChFC®, and CAP® designations.
Weber embodies a passion for philanthropy which he has infused into his practice, the profession, and the Omaha community.