Client Experience Specialist, Andrea Lebeau was born and raised in Belchertown, MA. Growing up, she attended Jabish Brook Middle School and Belchertown High School. She graduated alongside her twin brother, Joshua.
As a child, Andrea spent much of her time at a nearby horse farm, both riding and caring for the horses. It was there that she developed a love and talent for competitive showjumping. Andrea’s passion for the sport inspired her to partner with the Pioneer Valley Therapeutic Riding Association, where she has served as a volunteer and
instructor for the last 16 years. Outside of the barn, Andrea also spent her youth on the softball field, playing third base throughout middle school and high school.
After high school, Andrea pursued her A.S. in Business Administration from Holyoke Community College, while working as a waitress and sales intern at the Log Cabin. Andrea later received her B.A. in Business Management and Marketing at Elm’s College. During her time at Elms, Andrea worked as a Banquet and Operations Manager at Wyckoff Country Club. There, she learned how to manage financials within multiple departments in a high-demand industry.
With her work experience and college education, Andrea landed a director of client services position at Northwestern Mutual. During her four years with the company, she obtained her Life and Disability Insurance certifications and gained strong knowledge and experience within the financial services industry.
Following the launch of Navigator, Andrea was eager to join the PV team and help fulfill today’s market need for financial planning among young professionals. With that career goal in mind, Andrea joined PV Financial, taking on a role in the PV Navigator program as a jack of all trades- including digital marketing, program support, and client service needs.
Today, Andrea and her husband Shawn, reside in Ludlow, MA with their dog Dj. They spend their free time golfing or hosting family card nights. Andrea is an active supporter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation since being diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at age 13, as well as a member of the ERC5 – East of the River Five Town Chamber of Commerce. In 2023, she looks forward to participating and volunteering alongside her team in the community she lives and works in.