About

Mindy Maday
Principal


"I strive to give each client personalized one-on-one attention that includes an individualized care plan.

When possible, I work closely with family members to learn as much as I can about each client, so that I know how I can best be of service and meet their specific needs."


I have always been passionate about helping others. My mother is a nurse and I grew up listening to conversations about her helping patients in the emergency department. I was amazed at her commitment to caring for people. 

I also attended a university that encourages students to “power lives of meaning.”  This inspired me to volunteer for a group of domestic violence advocates and a shelter for women and children escaping abuse. I found it extremely gratifying to help and learned that the simplest act can make the biggest impact on someone in need. After graduating from college I continued to assist others while working in the financial services industry. This taught me about financial management, knowledge that I use today as a professional fiduciary. 

But, I wanted to do more for people. 

It was while working in financial services I met my mentor, a professional fiduciary. As we talked, he convinced me that my intelligence and caring nature would be a natural fit for working in the field.

My life changed when I became a professional fiduciary in 2016.  Finally, I had the opportunity to help people in ways I had always hoped and believed I had found my calling. When the Minnesota Court appointed me to my first guardianship case, I worked hard to ensure that my client took advantage of the most appropriate services available to her.

Years later, I still have that case and although it has been my most challenging one to date, it has taught me a tremendous amount about compassion and the importance of fighting for what is right.

I have truly enjoyed helping my clients live their best life possible.

Throughout my experience as a professional fiduciary, I have worked with a variety of clients with a range of abilities. Whether dementia, traumatic brain injury, developmental disabilities, cognitive impairment, reactive attachment disorder, oppositional defiance disorder, physical disabilities, or substance abuse, I treat each of them with respect. I also offer them a network of professionals such as medical, social workers, realtors, attorneys, estate sale specialists, and therapists to help address their specific caretaking needs.    

I am insured, bondable, and hold a current background study. I am experienced in working with unique family situations and complex cases. 

EXPERIENCE

EDUCATION

  • Fifteen years of varied work experience in the financial services industry, including management and support roles

  • Volunteer work for non-profit organizations, including:

    -- St. Paul Domestic Abuse Intervention Project

    -- 360 Communities Lewis House, a shelter for domestic violence victims

  • Member of Metropolitan Conservators and Guardians
  • St. Catherine University, Bachelor of Arts, Sociology
    2003
  • Inver Hills Community College Paralegal Certificate 
    2009
  • Volunteers of America Guardian/Conservator Training Program 2017

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Eagan, MN 55122


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