Breakout Session Speakers

Stacey McKinnon, CFP®
Stacey McKinnon, CFP®Chief Operating Officer, Morton Capital
Stacey McKinnon joined Morton Capital in 2014. She oversees internal and external operations, including the client experience, service offering, marketing and business operations. Stacey graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara, in September 2007, with Bachelor of Arts degrees in business economics and religious studies. Stacey is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ professional and holds a Series 65 license.
Tara Weisinger, CPA
Tara Weisinger, CPA Director of Tax Services, Rowling & Associates
Tara Weisinger, CPA, is the Director of Tax Services at Rowling & Associates, a fee-only wealth management firm.

In her role as head of the tax department, Tara is responsible for supervising and organizing the tax return preparation for approximately 300 clients, calculating estimated tax payments, handling Roth IRA conversion calculations, as well as Charitable Remainder Trust analyses and distributions, and understanding the new tax law implications for the firm’s current clients. She also conducts year-end tax planning meetings and often works closely with the Rowling & Associates financial planning team to evaluate the tax impacts of financial planning options.

Tara first joined the Rowling & Associates team seven years ago and worked at two CPA firms prior to that. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business with an emphasis in accounting from California State University San Marcos, and a master’s in taxation from National University. Tara earned her Certified Public Accountant license in January of 2011.

Recently, Tara was recognized by the San Diego Business Journal as one of the Most Influential Women in Accounting in 2019.

Peggy Doviak, Ph.D., CFP®
Peggy Doviak, Ph.D., CFP®Founder of D.M. Wealth Management, Inc.
Peggy Doviak, Ph.D., CFP® founded D.M. Wealth Management, Inc., a fee-only financial planning and portfolio management firm in Norman, OK, in 2003. Peggy teaches in the Family Financial Planning program at Oklahoma State University, and she is a Financial Planning Association Knowledge Circle Host for “Theory in Practice.” She is also a member of the Financial Planning Association’s Legislative and Regulatory Issues Committee. She is an Advocate for the Women in Finance initiative (WIN) by the CFP Board of Standards. Her bestselling book, 52 Weeks to Prosperity–Ask Peggy Doviak What Your Accountant, Banker, Broker, and Financial Adviser Might Not Tell You (The RoadRunner Press, 2018), is available at independent bookstores and on