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Wagner Wealth Management’s Osgood Named to 2024 Women of Influence

Jennifer Osgood, the President of Wagner Wealth Management, has been named to GSA Business Report’s 2024 Women of Influence list.

A Clemson University alum, Osgood is a licensed Wealth Advisor with more than 20 years of experience in banking and financial services. She was instrumental in the founding of Wagner Wealth Management in 2007.  She was named President in 2023 after serving 10 years as managing/equity partner in the firm. In addition to overseeing the management and operations of the firm, Osgood provides financial planning and investment advisory services to individuals and business owners with complex needs.

In the community, Osgood is currently a member of the Board of Directors of A Child’s Haven in Greenville. She has previously served as Board President, Vice President, and Treasurer, as well as a member of the Advisory Council. She also served on the Board of Directors and on the Finance Committee of both Community Works in Greenville, and Foothills Alliance in Anderson for six years. Osgood is an active member of the Greenville and the Anderson Chambers of Commerce and graduated from both of their Leadership Development Programs.

In addition, she has served as the Fundraising Committee Co-Chair for the Greater Anderson Rotary Club’s signature fundraising event, Dancing for Our Heroes, for the past seven years.  As one of the largest annual fundraisers in Anderson County, the event supports approximately 12 non-profit organizations and has collectively raised more than $1.5 million for the community since its inception in 2007. Osgood’s commitment to her club and this event earned her the Rotarian of the Year Award in 2019.

GSA Business Report’s 2024 Women of Influence celebrates the accomplishments of Upstate businesswomen who are reaching amazing heights in their careers while making a positive impact in the community.

“Jennifer’s commitment to sharing her financial knowledge and professional expertise with clients and colleagues, and her commitment to volunteering her time and skills allows her to make a substantial local civic impact,” said Dan Wagner, founder and CEO of Wagner Wealth Management.  “She is a tremendous example for women in the wealth management industry who wish to serve and strengthen their community.”