Meet Gail Coxe

Key Client Specialist
"People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel." – Maya Angelou

Gail brings a wealth of experience in the financial services industry to her role at Key Financial, Inc. She has spent most of her professional career in a client support role with varied assignments involving wealth management, business development, and banking. Her goal has always been to provide the best client service experience possible. Gail’s outgoing and welcoming personality fits perfectly with the rest of the Key Financial Client Services team and we are so glad she has decided to join our growing family!

Gail takes pride in her attention to detail and her diligent work ethic. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Immaculata University while she was also working full time and raising a young family. During her studies at Immaculata, she earned membership into the honor society Alpha Sigma Lambda, which recognized hard working professionals who are simultaneously employed and furthering their education goals.

Born and raised in West Chester, Gail enjoys the outdoors, photography and can often be found at a musical event or art gallery opening. Her pride and joy, however, come from spending time with her family including her four grandchildren.

Get to Know Me

If a young person asked you "what's the most important thing for living a good life", what would you say?

I love this question. As a previous church youth leader and confirmation mentor, I was privileged to work with teens in their most formidable years. My humble advice would include:

  • To find what you enjoy and stick with it, but maintain a healthy balance of school, work and extracurricular activities.
  • Be true to yourself but respectful of everyone else’s values and opinions.
  • Embrace differences and learn from others, this is what helps us grow and makes life interesting.
  • Be giving of yourself to those less fortunate and be thankful for all your blessings.
What’s the greatest lesson you have learned in life thus far?
Life is a perpetual classroom. We continually learn each day and this is what makes life interesting and rewarding.
How do you evaluate success?
I would rate my success by my faith, family and friendships. My encouragement, involvement and acceptance of others is my most gratifying and worthwhile contribution to my life. That comes in the form of my many roles, past and present. (Mother, Grammy, daughter, caregiver, church youth mentor, &hellip)

My Hobbies

This or That ...

Coke or Pepsi?
Caffeine-free Diet Coke
Chocolate or Vanilla?
Vanilla
Eagles or Cowboys?
Eagles