Integrity. Compassion. Experience.
The Servant Mission
We define our mission with three words—integrity, compassion, and experience.
Integrity stands for our commitment to providing the best advice, acting only in your best interest, and finding our success within yours. We are investment advisors you can trust, and that trust is earned through strict confidentiality, steadfast fidelity, and the delivery of timely and useful services.
Compassion stands for our dedication to making sure you invest with purpose. Whether that purpose is to support your family, community, or the environment, we take the time to get to know you, making sure your investments align with your values. This is personal, purposeful investing.
Experience stands for the years of financial advising and investment expertise that allows us to grow your assets, find investment success, and reach your financial and life goals. You have the vision, we have the tools to make it happen.
John S. HeneghanFounder, Registered Investment Advisor
John S. Heneghan, founder of Servant Financial, is the embodiment of the integrity, compassion, and experience that define their mission. John understands the importance of your family, career, and community—the things which drive your purpose. He believes that your investments should share that purpose. That’s why he started Servant Financial, to provide personalized, purposeful investment advice that aligns with your unique values. As a trusted advisor, John’s years of expertise allow you to focus on enjoying life while he focuses on guiding you toward your financial and life goals.
Ailie ElmoreInvestment Analyst & Digital Content Creator
Ailie Elmore is the investment analyst and digital content creator at Servant Financial. Ailie shares Servant’s mission of providing purposeful investment advice. Ailie combines her love for writing with her passion for agricultural investing and economics. She is responsible for Servant’s monthly blog/newsletter about impact investing, whether the topic is renewable energy, sustainable business practices, or organic farming. She assists with investment research, economic analysis, and data analytics, particularly with respect to farm acquisitions for Promised Land Opportunity Zone Fund (a private investment fund managed by Servant).
Ailie is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She finished U of I with both a bachelor’s degree in Agriculture Finance and a master’s degree in Agricultural and Applied Economics, specializing in finance. She has continued her stay at U of I by becoming a full-time instructor at the Department of Agricultural and Consumer Economics. Her experience working for Metlife Investment Management, US Bank, and her research role for the TIAA Center for Farmland Research at U of I has provided Ailie with an exceptional foundation to educate others about agricultural and sustainable investing.
Ethan RheeBusiness Development & Investment Analyst
Ethan Rhee is a business development and investment analyst at Servant Financial. Ethan deeply believes in the importance of building a financial future upon one’s values and long term goals. His passion for creating value through thoughtful asset management drives his efforts to create solutions for investors that meet their financial and impact goals. He assists with capital markets and investment research, business development, and marketing with a focus on permanent crops within the Promised Land Opportunity Zone Fund (a private investment fund managed by Servant).
Ethan holds a bachelor’s degree in Urban Regional Studies from Cornell University and previous experience in affordable housing development and finance.
About Investment Advisors
Registered investment advisors, like Servant Financial, have a legal obligation to place their clients’ interests ahead of their own.
Investment advisors are not the same as investment brokers. Brokers act as salesmen, selling investment products for commissions. Investment advisors provide fee-based services, providing a more transparent and trustworthy business model—there are no hidden agendas.