Jordan Cramer is a successful Financial Wealth Manager and entrepreneur who has a vision to improve, build, and uplift the Norman, OK community. Jordan grew up in the Norman area, attending Community Christian High School and the University of Central Oklahoma. He has continued to be involved in the local community, serving as the Vice President of the Norman Lion’s Club and is an active member of the Norman Business Association, the Norman Chamber of Commerce, and Norman Forward, which is a group of young professionals working towards a common goal of reviving the city of Norman.
Professionally, Jordan holds a real estate license in the state of Oklahoma and security licensures in Series 7, Series 63, and Series 66 and has worked in the financial field for six years, helping both institutions and individuals. He also played a major role in obtaining funding for Kirby’s Steak House and Mickey Mantle’s Bar located within the WinStar Casino. Jordan believes in the value of developing strong relationships with his business partners and clients, and the concept of seeking wise counsel from those around him in the decision-making process.
The same values that make Jordan a successful professional are also present in his personal life. He and his wife Mollie, a registered nurse, are devoted Christians who believe in acting with integrity, compassion, and self-awareness in all things.
Jordan has passion to be able to help his clients create customized retirement strategies that optimize income and reduce tax burdens, while at the same time seeking to support those in need within the local community. This passion becomes action with this “Opportunity Zone” business, where Jordan’s past experiences, leadership ability, and desire to uplift his community will ensure his success.
For almost two decades, Tyson Heltzen has been a leader in the OKC automotive industry. Since his start, Tyson has owned, hand built and managed his own portfolios and bought and sold seasoned blocks of receivables ranging from two to five million dollars.
Because of his success, Tyson has been an absentee business owner since April 21st, 2018, which has allowed him to get back to his passion—taking care of the fatherless. Just after Christmas 2019, Tyson spent three weeks in Africa helping non-profits in the region. In March 2020, Tyson purchased a small farm near Kampala, Uganda in order to support non-profit causes in the area. Through the use of farming and business principles, Tyson helps children learn local trades and basic financial knowledge so that they may sustain themselves and their families.
Combining his two interests, business and helping others, Tyson feels blessed to be involved in the Opportunity Zone space. In 9th grade, Tyson’s teacher gave him a token that he still carries to this day that says, “You can get everything you want in life, if you will just help enough others, get what they want.” Using this token, Tyson believes Opportunity Zones allow him to use his business acumen to find and create “win-win” solutions for investors looking to avoid taxable gains.