Emma Beavers oversees all operations, branding and events for Beavers Wealth Management. In this role, Emma is charged with creating processes and procedures that ensure Beavers Wealth Management delivers a client-focused experience for affluent families and businesses.

Before joining her husband, Christopher, and her father-in-law, Matthew, at Beavers Wealth Management, Emma taught fine arts dance in an urban public school. Emma believes dance, and other art forms, can be leveraged to support the development of intangible qualities that are vital to students’ success in adulthood.

Prior to being a full-time educator, Emma traveled the world performing as a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader. In addition to home football games, Emma feels fortunate that the Cowboys organization selected her numerous times for special performances and USO tours. She feels honored she was able to deliver an in-person “thank you” to military men, women and families who were stationed overseas during the holidays.

While serving as a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader, Emma also graduated from Texas Christian University (TCU) and then went on to complete her Master of Arts in teaching from Texas Woman’s University. Emma is thankful for her diverse background. She believes her experiences have equipped her with problem-solving skills, management talents and out-of-the-box thinking.

Outside of Beavers Wealth Management, Emma mentors, motivates and coaches the young women who have been selected to be on TCU’s dance team. When not working, Emma is often found reveling in the magic of mouse-themed Orlando amusement parks alongside her husband, Christopher.

P.S. Personally speaking

  • Q. What are your must-have travel items?
    Contacts and glasses. Without them, I couldn’t see a thing.
  • Q. What is your favorite kind of trip? Why?
    I love trips that involve any kind of physical activity – swimming, hiking and/or walking! Moving is a must because I can’t sit still.
  • Q. How do you spend your time outside of the office?
    I enjoy spending time with family outside of the office, playing with my golden retriever named Mallie, and cheering on the TCU Horned Frogs at athletic events.
  • Q. If you weren’t doing what you do today, what other job would you have?
    I would have loved to be a business psychologist.
  • Q. What’s the one thing that might surprise others about you?
    I can’t whistle, juggle or do a left-handed cartwheel. I keep an “old school” paper planner and I will only write in it with a mechanical pencil.
  • Q. If you could spend a week anywhere in the world, where would it be?
    For me, it really doesn’t matter where I am. It’s all about who I’m with. If I’m with family, then I’m happy.
  • Q. What’s the one thing you couldn’t live without?
    Easy – family.
  • Q. How do you define success?
    For me, success is all about setting clear intentions with those around me and working collaboratively to make those goals a reality.