Yahaira has sixteen years of experience in planning, customer service, and management. Yahaira Torres Siaca joined Pension Advisors on 2012 as the Vice President of the Puerto Rico branch. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration with a major in Accounting from the University of Puerto Rico, and is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in Economics and Environmental Planning.
During her college years Yahaira worked several careers that developed her public speaking skills, social interaction and also her experience in the securities business. As a young and energetic college student she enjoyed working as a Kindermusik teacher and also ventured in the entertainment industry as a puppeteer of a popular children’s television show in Puerto Rico.
Yahaira has her Series 7, Life, Disability and Variable insurance licenses. As part of her professional advancement she is pursuing her Series 66 (Uniformed Combined State Law Exam), and the Accredited Investment Fiduciary designation.
Yahaira manages her personal time between her full time career, her full time job as the mother of a six-month-old baby, married life and philanthropic interests. She enjoys outdoor activities such as gardening, bird watching, camping and hiking. She supports her community by working as the Residents Association Treasurer and is a vigorous advocate of environmental causes and animal rescue organizations. In the future, Yahaira would like to acquire land in the central region of Puerto Rico where she plans to start a small Bed & Breakfast.
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