Don Fulton is a financial coach with over 15 years of experience and holds the AFC®, CRC®, and FFC® certifications. He is also an ordained Lutheran clergy with a M.Div. and a M.Th. with an emphasis in Ministry in Pastoral Care and Social Change. In ministry he has served as a parish pastor, a chemical dependency spiritual care professional, a volunteer police chaplain, and a transition specialist pastor. His career focus shifted to the financial field while employed by the Ceridian Corporation as an employee assistance program consultant/financial team member, and later at Portico Benefit Services in their retirement planning group as a financial coach. His calling to faith and finance led him to start Money for Two Workshops, LLC that engages couples in talking about faith and their financial goals. Most recently he was part of the CFPB Financial Coaching Program reaching out to and working with economically vulnerable clients in a pro bono legal setting, to empower them in their financial decision making. With his experience and skills, he seeks opportunities to work collaboratively, building bridges with partner organizations in the non-profit field to offer financial services.
In his spare time, he enjoys music, reading, and movies. He lives in Minneapolis, MN with his wife, Beth Ann and their daughter who is a senior in high school. Their son is a sophomore at Iowa State University in Ames, IA.