David McAlvany is a well-respected thought leader on the global economy and author of The Intentional Legacy, his thoughtful memoir and musings on the power of legacy, and what it means to create a meaningful family culture.
McAlvany graduated from Biola, served as wealth manager at Morgan Stanley, and is the second generation CEO of the McAlvany Financial Companies. He has been a featured guest on national television programs including CNBC, Fox News, Fox Business News, Bloomberg, and at financial seminars around the world.
After leaving Biola, David met his wife, Mary Catherine, an accomplished ballerina, sculptor, and student of philosophy. Together, they are the homeschool parents of four children with a very active family culture characterized by community theater, daily readings, hiking, skiing, cooking, church life, and priority on togetherness.
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“David has masterfully woven his personal story of rebellion, grace and redemption throughout his book while giving the reader a contagious vision for paving the way for generational unity and intentional families. Legacy is, indeed one’s life message . . . it is never too late to begin the journey!”
About Mary Catherine McAlvany
Mary-Catherine is the mother of four children and wife of David McAlvany. She is a philosophy and theology graduate of Boston College, an associate member of Keble College, Oxford, a former member of the board of The Warren Electric Group (a family business), and the former owner and designer of M Jewelry Designs.
Currently she is a homeschooling mom and advocate. When not found teaching her children, cleaning the house, chasing her very curious and rambunctious toddler around, or cooking (which she loves!), she can be found reading, dancing, hiking, teaching Sunday School, riding her bike, performing in community theater, cross country skiing, eating really good food, watching movies, writing poetry, and traveling. Mrs. McAlvany is also a dance instructor and an artistic company member of Merely Players in Durango, Colorado. She loves musicals and singing. Lots. All around the house. And it’s contagious. Her children sing, too.