Jason Hamilton is a Round Rock, Texas-based Financial Representative with Capitol Wealth Strategies. He is a strong leader, strategic planner, and executive thinker with over two decades of experience directing non-profit organizations. He has a proven track record of training leaders, changing organizations, and outperforming institutional objectives.
Jason possesses a broad range of skills that complement his commercial acumen, including public speaking, non-profit administration, leadership, and financial planning. He has guided a number of businesses into sustained periods of development and profit. He teaches his clients critical life lessons that improve.
I think that every person deserves both financial security and the freedom to live up to their God-given potential," Jason explains. "I collaborate with my customers to create sound financial strategies that provide hope for the future while also providing a sense of security today.
Jason Hamilton graduated from Aransas Pass High School as Valedictorian of his class. From 2007 to 2010, he pursued his study at Texas A&M University, getting a Bachelor of Science in Rangeland Ecology and Management He then received a Master of Divinity from Texas Christian University's Brite Divinity School in Fort Worth.
Jason obtained a Certificate of Leadership from SMU COX Executive Education more recently. He is a licensed Life and Disability Insurance Agent and just completed the General Securities Representative Qualification Examination for the Series 7 Securities Representative.
Jason is on track to pass the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority's Series 66 examination in January 2022.
Jason's life revolves around volunteer service. He contributes his time and resources to a variety of worthwhile causes, including the Ride-On Center for Children, the Round Rock Sertoma Club, and the Williamson County A&M Club. Additionally, he arranges, writes, lectures, and facilitates men's retreats.
"I also restructured an existing men's ministry, establishing a volunteer board to oversee the development and implementation of new activities," Jason recalls. "And I've done mission work in Guatemala, Ghana, Mexico, Bolivia, and the United States, assisting the poor and those impacted by natural catastrophes. Jason and his wife have been regular contributors to the United Methodist Church for the last two decades. Additionally, they have made financial contributions to Love Does, Casas por Cristo, and Heifer.
Jason Hamilton has a lengthy history of assisting others in his capacity as a pastor. From 2005 through 2010, he served as pastor of Silver Creek United Methodist Church. Attendance climbed by more than 100% throughout that time period. He was also in charge of a significant restoration project that included the addition of classroom space and a new main entrance.
"In 2010, I was selected as one of two young clergy from the Central Texas Conference to participate in the Young Pastor's Network, a leadership development program for high-achieving young clergy," Jason adds. "I have multiple sermons that have been posted online and at various churches where I have previously ministered.
Jason Hamilton served as Senior Pastor of Saint Philip's Methodist Church, where he oversaw a significant structural reform that catapulted a dying congregation into an unprecedented season of development. Over the last four years, tithe has climbed by 16% and worship attendance has increased by 46%.
Jason served as an executive-level pastor at White's Chapel United Methodist Church, one of the largest United Methodist congregations in the United States, from 2015 to 2017. "At the time, I was considered the most effective preacher among 12 associate pastors and was permitted to lecture several times in a venue seating more than 2,000 people," he explains
Jason believes that everyone deserves financial security. He makes an effort to comprehend each client's particular condition, circumstances, and future financial aspirations.
"As a pastor, I have observed the anguish and sense of hopelessness that financial insecurity can create," he explains. Uncertainty about the future, whether it's paying for college bills and retirement, or facing unexpected life obstacles, can rob us of sleep and steal our joy."
"I am pleased to be able to utilize those same skills toward assisting you and your organization in exceeding your financial goals," Jason asserts. "I believe that people have the right to develop to their full potential as God intended." He collaborates closely with his clients to create sound financial plans that ensure a brighter future while also enhancing their current stability and enjoyment.
Jason Hamilton is an advocate for civil rights, social action, and poverty relief. He enjoys gardening, sea fishing, hunting, and hiking in his spare time. He feels that time spent in nature is necessary for comprehending and recuperating from life's difficulties. His greatest satisfaction, he says, comes from watching his two teenage girls mature and plan their futures.