Quinn Fiduciary Services staff
QFS Administrative staff
Jacquelyn (Jackie) Quinn, PhD, CLPF, NCG
Jackie Quinn received her BA in Business Administration and Psychology from Antioch University, prior to receiving her Doctorate in Psychology from Saybrook Graduate School and Research Institute. Jackie has worked in the estate planning and administration fields for over 30 years. Before founding Quinn Fiduciary Services, Jackie served for a number of years as a co-fiduciary with the late Suzanne McNeely of Senior Planning Services.
She is a California Licensed Professional Fiduciary and acts as a Conservator, Trustee, Administrator, Executor and Representative Payee. She is also appointed as agent under powers of attorney for finances and health care and is certified as a National Certified Guardian by the Center for Guardianship Certification. She serves on the Elder and Dependent Adult Abuse Prevention Council of Santa Barbara County, is a member of the Professional Fiduciary Association of California (PFAC), is President of the Santa Barbara Estate Planning Council and is a former Board member of the Santa Barbara Paralegal Association and was a member of the former Santa Barbara County Financial Abuse Specialist Team (FAST).
Jackie is a former instructor at California State University Fullerton, in the University Extended Education program. She frequently speaks on topics related to the care and safety of elders, including elder abuse, legal capacity and end of life decisions. She has also presented for the Central Coast Alzheimer’s Association.
Justin Redmond, CLPF
Justin graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a Bachelor of Science in Business Economics. Justin has helped hundreds of seniors and their families age gracefully and his knowledge of the healthcare system and related resources assures his clients that they always receive optimal care and guidance. Justin’s empathy and professional background makes him ideally suited to act as a Professional Fiduciary. Justin became a Licensed Professional Fiduciary in 2015. He also holds an Administrator’s License for California Residential Care Facilities for the Elderly with the Department of Social Services, is a member of the Aging Life Care Association, on the board of Friendship Center of Santa Barbara, and is a member of the Professional Fiduciaries Association of California.
Justin is a southern California native who graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a Bachelor of Science in Business Economics and then returned to the Central Coast in 2004 to continue his career in senior care. As a seasoned eldercare expert who has helped hundreds of seniors and their families age gracefully, Justin understands people’s needs and challenges as they age. His knowledge of the healthcare system and related resources assures his clients that they always receive optimal care, guidance and comfort when they need it most. Prior to working in healthcare, Justin was a licensed financial consultant helping clients analyze their investment options and plan for their future, while respecting their desire to preserve estate resources for heirs and other beneficiaries.
Justin’s life mission has always been focused on improving the well-being and happiness of others. His empathy and professional background makes him ideally suited to act as a Private Fiduciary.
Carol Olson, CFA
Carol Olson received her Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration (B.S.B.A.) in both Finance and Economics from the University of Arizona. She has over 30 years of experience in the financial services industry as Chief Financial Officer and Chief Compliance Officer Positions and provided Compliance Consulting to various investment firms. She received her Chartered Financial Analyst Designation in 1999 and is active in the local CFA group. Before joining Quinn Fiduciary Services, Carol served as a Trust Officer for San Pasqual Fiduciary Trust Company. Prior to San Pasqual, she was with Santa Barbara Asset Management as the Chief Compliance Officer. Carol is a California Licensed Professional Fiduciary.
On a personal level, Carol and her husband have been active investors in investment real estate with a focus on preserving historic homes and the integrity of neighborhoods. Carol serves on the Board of Trustees of the Foodbank of Santa Barbara County and is a sustaining member of the Santa Barbara Museum of Art Women’s Board. Carol’s passion has always been helping others with their financial needs.
Cecilia (Cici) Stull
Cecilia (Cici) Stull made the move to Santa Barbara in 1993 to start her family and never looked back. Cecilia has accrued an extensive background in the legal field as a Paralegal and Legal Assistant. While working for trust attorneys, she discovered a passion for life management and succession planning. She particularly likes looking at complex trust situations and making sense of it all. She has fully embraced the local culture and is active with many Santa Barbara community organizations. She currently volunteers with the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History and the Santa Barbara Bowl. In her spare time, she is a companion for active seniors. Cecilia enjoys kayaking, hiking, playing tennis, walking on the beach and enjoying life with her family.
Jean’s efforts at QFS are client focused and are related to administrative, banking and other tasks. Jean’s past experience both working in a law office and in other customer service related positions makes her well suited to meet the needs of both clients and outside vendors. She joins with the rest of the OFS team to ensure that her client’s needs are met in a prompt and accurate manner.
Daisy Castro is the bottle of sunshine at the QFS office. Always with a smile, she handles administrative responsibilities and professionally handles all the calls that come into the office. She was a Medical Receptionist in a very busy office for many years before. Compassion comes naturally to her and she enjoys helping others on a daily basis, whether it’s on the phone or in person. She enjoys working in a private fiduciary practice because she continues to learn how to help people on a variety of levels. Daisy is taking courses at Antioch and the City College in sociology and plans on becoming a social worker like her older sister. She loves to read and spend time outdoors at the beach, hiking and walking.