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Heather Mulcahy



  • MaximizerPeople especially talented in the Maximizer theme focus on strengths as a way to stimulate personal and group excellence. They seek to transform something strong into something superb.
  • StrategicPeople especially talented in the Strategic theme create alternative ways to proceed. Faced with any given scenario, they can quickly spot the relevant patterns and issues.
  • RelatorPeople especially talented in the Relator theme enjoy close relationships with others. They find deep satisfaction in working hard with friends to achieve a goal.
  • IndividualizationPeople especially talented in the Individualization theme are intrigued with the unique qualities of each person. They have a gift for figuring out how people who are different can work together productively.
  • AnalyticalPeople especially talented in the Analytical theme search for reasons and causes. They have the ability to think about all the factors that might affect a situation.

Professional Experience

Heather joined Resource Consulting Group in 2016 as a client service specialist and currently serves as a paraplanner for the firm. Before RCG, she handled securities trading compliance for Jones Day Law Firm. Prior to that, she was a billing assistant at Jones Day and an office manager/financial analyst for Snyder Cohn CPAs.

Heather earned an associate degree in business administration from Southeast Community College and a Bachelor of Arts degree in accounting from Doane College. She earned her Registered Paraplanner designation in 2017.

Originally from Nebraska, Heather spent over 15 years in the Washington D.C. area before relocating to Orlando. In her spare time, she enjoys travelling, gardening, home improvement and design, and spending time with family and friends.

Personal Thoughts

They say that you can never truly appreciate the lessons of your childhood until you’re an adult. I grew up in a family where my parents both worked two jobs and did “whatever it took” to make sure that their family was provided for. This also meant that my brother and I got to contribute to our family’s success. More times than I’d like to remember, we were awakened in the early morning to shovel the snow from around my Dad’s car so he could take us to school. We were also put to work on the weekends doing yard work and household chores. My brother and I put up a good fight, but in the end, we still had to do our part. And if we thought that we could get a pass with our grandparents, we were wrong. Having an Army Colonel and an Attorney General for grandparents made sure that the rules were enforced!

As we got older (and in more trouble), our parents taught us how to address situations head-on and to be honest and up-front, because in the end, the truth always comes out. Those were some hard lessons to learn, but they are valuable today and have contributed greatly to my success. Integrity, planning, and hard work are important to me. Working for RCG allows me the opportunity to work where my values align with my employer’s. I am proud to call RCG home.