Episode 36

Giti Khalsa on the Rhythm of Investing

Jan 6, 2022

Jeff Shafer, CEO of CommonGood Capital, is joined by Giti Khalsa, President of Pace Wealth Advisors, to discuss his experience growing up Sikh in Mississippi, his parents cultivating his love for the drums that lead to being a founding member of the platinum album selling alternative rock music band Seven Mary Three, how his music career has translated into a successful financial services career as an RIA, and much more.

A New Lens with CommonGood Capital
A New Lens with CommonGood Capital
#36 - Giti Khalsa on the Rhythm of Investing
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Giti Khalsa
President of Pace Wealth Advisors
Formerly the drummer of the ’90s rock group Seven Mary Three, a platinum recording artist that produced six albums, Giti left the group in 2006 to become a financial advisor, where he applies firsthand knowledge in the areas of wealth accumulation and preservation.

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