A family man with deep roots in his community, Chuck enjoys playing soccer, traveling with his wife Kim and hanging with his dog, Rascal. He is a father of 3 and has 3 grandchildren. His professional career brings him a great deal of experience. Seven years in corporate America with ABC/Disney and CBS/Viacom executing advertising campaigns on Radio & Cable focused on professional and college sports programming. Chuck followed this with an 8 year run with a start up. He founded and grew a mid-sized advertising agency that focused on ad sales and billed over $25 million each year. Chuck acted as the primary link between sales and software development to orchestrate the public offering of SWMX in 2006. In 2009, Chuck took over a territory for Bankers Life Insurance in Suburban, New York and enjoyed an 8 year run as one of the organizations top leaders and a 7 time Member in the Million Dollar Round Table (MDRT). In 2017, Chuck joined Retirement Architecture Inc. and the Bad Uncle Sam team where he reunited with a long time friend and founder of the program Brett Saso to do work on a project that really matters, helping average Americans understand taxation and protect their income in retirement. His favorite quote led him to this venture: “Love what you do and you’ll never work a day in your life”, he’s currently not working about 70 hours a week, passionately helping others pursue their dreams.