Xenia Woltmann

Xenia Woltmann

Vice President
Wealth Manager

248-434-6554  •   xenia@rochesterwealthstrategies.com

Xenia began her career in finance in 1997 after attending Wayne State University.  She quickly realized her desire to help others and soon advanced to becoming a licensed financial specialist.  After strengthening her knowledge in wealth management for over 20 years, she was excited to join Rochester Wealth Strategies with an experienced and motivated team that is committed to putting clients and community first.  Xenia is grateful for the relationships she builds, celebrating wins and sharing in losses.  She realizes that each client has a unique financial situation that requires an equally unique strategy to meet their goals.  She works hard to understand every aspect of her clients’ financial picture to ensure that they do not suffer unintended financial consequences.  Xenia specializes in creating strategies to help clients navigate through retirement, college, income, legacy, insurance, and tax planning.  As a top producer in her field, she has received numerous awards for outstanding performance.  However, Xenia feels that her greatest achievements have been when clients finally achieve their objectives and the reassurance she has gained through client referrals.

Xenia is passionate about helping others, logging an average of 250 volunteer hours per year.  She is active with her church, proudly trained to become a Stephen Minister in 2019.  Xenia believes that early childhood education is critical and that it is important to keep children motivated.  She is the den leader for her sons Cub Scout pack and troop leader for her daughters Girl Scout troop.  She understands the struggles that children face when growing up and hopes to provide an extra pillar of support and guidance.

Xenia resides in Clinton Township with her husband, two children, and their loving pets.  Her children are involved in several sports and activities, but in her free time you will most likely find her spending time crafting, cooking, or creating science projects with her kids.  Her family also enjoys spending time at their cabin up north, which they visit year-round.