David Sellery

David Sellery – The Priest-in-Charge at St John’s Church in Salisbury, Connecticut

David Sellery, an Episcopal priest residing in Salisbury, Connecticut and currently the Priest-in-Charge at St. John’s Church there.

He is currently Director of Institutional Advancement for two of New York’s premier non-profit organizations that focus on community development and healthcare, providing him with invaluable experience for his parish work, as he brings enhanced administrative, communications and stewardship capabilities.

Early Life and Education

Sellery attended public schools in both Darien, Connecticut and Malvern, Pennsylvania before majoring in English Literature at the University of Connecticut. An astute entrepreneur, he also held down an executive post at a renowned New York not-for-profit where he played an essential role in developing an award-winning community outreach program to assist families dealing with developmental disabilities. Apart from being an excellent human being, he’s also an enthusiastic cyclist and amateur photographer with a keen eye for striking images. Even with his busy schedule, he manages to spend quality time with his wife and children, making him a highly devoted family man known for his enthusiasm and accomplishment as both an accomplished cook and churchgoer.

Professional Career

David Sellery brings extensive expertise in financial services. As owner of his own financial services company and advisor to those looking to safeguard their wealth.

He teaches classes on money management and business planning at several colleges and universities throughout the U.S. He enjoys helping others make smart choices about their finances.

As well as teaching, Mr. Schrader has also appeared as a guest on numerous television programs; hosting Million Dollar Neighborhood for Oprah Winfrey Network and contributing to The Exchange on CBC Television respectively.

Achievement and Honors

David Sellery is an accomplished executive, national money columnist for CBC radio, top-of-the-line host of SiriusXM’s Moolala podcast and CEO of Credit Canada (one of Canada’s oldest non-profit credit counselling agencies). Additionally, Sellery is also known for being a dedicated family man: married to Jane Muir Sellery with two sons: Robert and William.

David Sellery is proud of his many achievements as an effective executive, successful entrepreneur and supportive father. These accomplishments have allowed him to carve out a unique place for himself among Kingston Ontario’s Queen’s University community and beyond; among his memberships include Smith School of Business & Venture Canada as well as other groups.

Personal Life

David Sellery enjoys both an outstanding career and deep familial ties. As the father of two daughters and currently living with his wife Traci in Austin, Texas.

Sellery values his time spent with family and friends while being an active community volunteer. An adventurer himself, Sellery has scaled Kilimanjaro and traveled around the globe. Additionally, as an established real estate entrepreneur and educator – having successfully founded one of the largest real estate brokerages worldwide. As well as working projects that benefit children and adults with developmental disabilities; Sellery belongs to both American Association for Justice and National Business Ethics Association.

Net Worth

David Sellery currently boasts an estimated net worth of $200 Million. A businessman and television host, Sellery also owns multiple real estate properties.

He owns an expansive property portfolio that features a 108-acre estate in Westchester County, New York and a 2700-acre ranch near Chateau in Montana, as well as homes on St. Barths and Martha’s Vineyard.

His career as a television host also greatly increased his wealth; David Letterman remains one of the most popular late-night talk shows worldwide.

He is also an astute businessman who owns Worldwide Pants Inc. and has produced many successful sitcoms and television series through it. Additionally, he co-owns an Indy racing team with one other person.

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