Tanya Frisbee
Tanya Frisbee Practice Manager, EMWP Financial Advisor, RJFS

Tanya loves working with and helping people. As a client-focused financial advisor, she is dedicated to cultivating new relationships and enhancing existing ones. She works closely with clients through a customized process to help them build, manage, preserve and transition their wealth while striving to ensure an exceptional client experience.

Prior to joining Raymond James in 2018, Tanya spent 16 years with Wells Fargo Advisors and A.G. Edwards and Sons, most recently as a financial advisor and associate vice president of investments. In her time with A.G. Edwards and Sons, she served on various advisory councils and committees as a client service advocate.

Tanya especially enjoys assisting women at all levels of investing and planning for their financial futures. So often women are busy working inside and outside the home – being everything to everyone around them – and neglect to take care of their own financial situation until it’s too late. Tanya strives to help women not only understand their investments, but feel comfortable and confident about their progress.

A native of Asheville, North Carolina, Tanya was a proud Sugar Jet athlete at Enka High School and graduated from the University of North Carolina-Asheville with a bachelor’s degree in English literature.

Outside the office, she is enthusiastically involved with her family. She and husband Robbie enjoy spending time with their two daughters, Briah and Selah, and their furry children, Tobie, Addie and Allie. Both Robbie and Tanya volunteer their time coaching and supporting youth sports in the community. Tanya has served on the athletic board at Erwin High School for four years. When they are not on the ballfield, in the gym, or on a golf course, they are enjoying their mountain home and entertaining with family and friends.

Tanya Frisbee and family at a basketball event
Addie the dog sleeping

 

Tanya Frisbee and family at daughter Briah's graduation
Tobie the dog sleeping