Whether as an Advisor, philanthropist or corporate executive, Alan Werba has always believed in the power of careful planning to help make financial goals a reality.
Alan received a BS degree in Business Management from the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia in 1970 and later attended Loyola College in Baltimore, Maryland for accounting classes. He was licensed as a certified public accountant (CPA) in 1974 and earned his certified financial planner (CFP®) credential in 1985. Alan is also a licensed real estate broker in addition to holding insurance licenses for life, disability, long-term care and various property & casualty policies.
Alan Werba co-authored a book entitled “The Prudent Investor’s Guide to Beating the Market” that was published by Irwin Publishing in 1985. This book represents the investment philosophy that is still used in the firm’s investment advisory work today.
A big believer in giving back to his community, Alan has been actively involved in a wide variety of philanthropies and non-profits. After serving as its Treasurer, he was President of Big Brothers of Santa Clara County when it merged with Big Sisters. Alan served as the Endowment Chair for the Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley as well as the Financial Vice-President for Congregation Beth David. Currently he is the Fundraising and Development Vice President for Hillel of Silicon Valley and has served on Hillel’s Board since 2003. Alan is a long time financial contributor to the San Jose Repertory Theater along with many other “pet” projects in the San Jose area.
In his free time, Alan is passionate about golfing. Alan and his wife Pat live in San Jose where they enjoy getting together with their two daughters (Libby and Jenny).