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April 16, 2021

Federal Employee Retirement and Benefits News

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Leslie "Kathy" Hollingsworth

Leslie "Kathy" Hollingsworth

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Public Sector Retirement

Originally from Birmingham, Kathy received her advanced education at Birmingham-Southern College. Kathy's professional career began with 30 years in the media industry (radio and television) but will end serving federal employees citizens. As director of a senior center for five-and-a-half years at the largest senior center in central Alabama, Kathy has devoted her life to meeting senior citizens' needs. Due to continuing education and working with a company that specializes in finding the best products for federal employees, Kathy stands ready to help these seniors find solutions to the problems that arise in retirement. ​

For the last fifteen years, Kathy, a Federal Employee Benefits Specialist, has assisted in helping federal employees make wise, frugal retirement decisions.​

In addition, Kathy is a licensed loan officer (License #212553), specializing in VA, FHA and 
Conventional mortgage loans. Kathy also became a Registered Rep in 2018 (CRD 6832692 ) ​

Kathy has written many articles for the Montgomery Area Council on Aging, Montgomery Advertiser and Alabama Gerontological Society on the subject of seniors. She also published a monthly newsletter for seniors, called Archibald Friends. She has been a guest to promote senior centers on Time of Your Life, a weekly television show, and speaks and sings at many area churches, businesses and social clubs, assisted living, and skilled nursing facilities.  Kathy was the keynote speaker at Alabama's State Capitol in Montgomery for the State Combined Campaign Salute to Seniors in 2005.​

A Certificate of Recognition was awarded to Kathy in 2005 by Governor Bob Riley for her service to the state, family, and community.​

Every free moment Kathy gets is spent with her grandson Konner and two dogs, Sallie, and Sassy. 

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