At EQ Wealth Management
Jamika Parker joined EQ Wealth Management as an Associate in January of 2020 after working for a broker-dealer in Bellevue. Her passion for education is reflected in her desire to minister and empower others, and in her motivation to invest in the members of our community. Because of Jamika’s welcoming spirit and unique background, she develops an immediate rapport with client families and is driven to mentor others to make wise financial planning decisions. She is excited about building long-term relationships as she helps clients plan for the key milestones in life.
Boeing Managers & Executives Benefit Analysis
Executive Compensation Consulting
Open Enrollment Consulting
Investment Distribution Strategies
Concentrated Stock Consulting
Stock Option Strategies
Wealth Transfer and Estate Planning
When I Am Not at Work
Aside from her work at EQ, Jamika actively participates in a variety of non-profit organizations and social groups in King County. She serves through the Renton Chamber of Commerce as an Ambassador, volunteers yearly in Renton’s Relay for Life, and supports Seattle’s Laidback Allure Social Club. Jamika is also an active member in the Seattle Gents, a forum to help young influencers make a positive impact within their network.
A native of the Pacific Northwest, Jamika currently lives in Renton, WA, with her two dogs, Emme and Oliver. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, running, reading, and spending time with friends and family. She is an active member in her local church, a competitive athlete at heart, and enjoys engaging in a team environment.
Previous Roles or Ventures
Jamika graduated from Central Washington University in 2017 where she earned a degree in Business Administration with an emphasis in Human Resources and Economics. While at CWU, she was the Vice President of the student lead Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM) club and participated in a variety of intramural sports. GO WILDCATS!
Education & Designations
BA, Business Administration, Concentration: Human Resources and Economics, Central Washington University