Elizabeth Paal Goss Honored on The Daily Record’s 2019 Leading Women List
December 5, 2019

Heritage Financial Consultants Advisor Elizabeth Paal Goss has been recognized on The Daily Record’s 2019 Leading Women List[1]. The award honors 50 women, 40 or younger, for their accomplishments in and out of the office. Nominees education and career history, mentoring experiences, career-related officer and board memberships, philanthropic efforts, volunteer involvement, professional accomplishments and commitment to inspiring change within their organization and the community were considered.

As an honoree, Elizabeth embodies the characteristics that create a leading women. Elizabeth’s passion lies in her profound dedication to serving others. She is heavily involved within the Baltimore community, constantly striving to give back and support those in need. Her involvement with multiple non-profit organizations speaks to her devotion to volunteer involvement. Elizabeth is a member of the Calvert School Alumni Board, past member of the Governing Board of Directors of the United Way of Central Maryland and past chair of the Emerging Leaders United Executive Council of the United Way of Central Maryland. Prior to her tenure with UWCM, she was actively involved with the Junior League of Baltimore for several years and served as the chair of membership. In 2017, she was awarded the Governor’s Volunteer Certificate by Governor Hogan and in 2015, Elizabeth was recognized as one of Maryland’s Finest for raising thousands of dollars to support the mission of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

She continues to inspire change by promoting financial literacy, another personal passion of hers. Elizabeth hopes to educate her clients on the importance of financial literacy to enable them to reach financial independence and stability. When working with her clients she delivers objective, straightforward strategies to help her clients achieve their lifelong financial goals. In 2018, she was recognized for her professional accomplishments, civic involvement, and impact of achievement by being named by the Daily Record as a VIP (Very Important Professional under the age of 40)[2] and in 2013, by being named by the Daily Record as one of “Twenty in Their Twenties.”[3]

Suzanne Fischer-Huettner, publisher of The Daily Record, said “the 2019 Leading Women honorees are extremely accomplished. They are the next generation of women leaders in Maryland who are committed to professional accomplishments, community involvement and inspiring change.” Heritage is proud of Elizabeth for her accomplishments and look forward to continuing to see her future successes.

[1] For more information on the Leading Women award, please see https://thedailyrecord.com/leading-women/about/

[2] Winners, chosen by a panel of previous VIP List honorees and business leaders, were selected on the basis of professional accomplishments, community service and commitment to inspiring change. https://bit.ly/2uoHAyO

[3] Nominations, including self-nominations, are from people in the community for those who show civic and community involvement along with professional accomplishment, all while in their twenties. No fee was paid to receive the award. http://bit.ly/2s9qQIV