For the first time, Capstone Financial, LLC. has been named one of the Atlanta Journal-Constitutions 2020 Top Workplaces. Capstone president and CEO, Scott Greenfield, is an active member of the Jewish community. “It’s an honor to be considered a top place to work and to have that title associated with our firm by such a prestigious institution as the AJC. More important than that, it’s about the people here at Capstone,” COO Adam Bass said.
“It’s about our staff and our leadership team caring tremendously for our advisors and our advisors’ clients,” Bass said. “You have to have a standard of care when you’re dealing with someone’s finances and you have to treat them with the utmost care. Our staff understands that and treats our clients that way.”
That stems from the professional and personal leadership and vision of Greenfield, he said. “All of that is at the heart of what we do. That’s why we were able to win that award. …The real factor is how the people who are here feel about this organization.”
Shelley McCune, marketing director at Capstone Financial, also said being listed as a Top Workplace is a huge honor for the company. “The thing very exciting about top workplaces is that it’s based 100 percent off employee feedback,” she said. McCune noted that Greenfield sends his daughter to a Jewish day school and has sponsored Jewish events, including the Atlanta Kosher BBQ Festival. He and his wife have their own charity, Go Long for Luke, that benefits children with autism.