Hubble invests in business, philanthropy 2007 grad earns Outstanding Alumna honor
Amy Hubble has a knack for making little things into big things. Her journey to Outstanding Young Alumna status began with a trip to Vienna and a chance discovery in a Spring Sing program by her future boss.
From there, she never stopped achieving big things. After graduating from OC in 2007 with a degree in marketing/management, Amy went on to receive her MBA and her executive certificate in financial planning from the University of Oklahoma.
She did this while climbing the ranks in a seven-year tenure with Heritage Trust, serving as everything from marketing assistant to senior vice president.
“OC is very different from any other college. We aren’t just here to learn accounting; we are here to make the world a better place. We make sure that anyone that is hurting can be picked up by someone at OC.” Amy Hubble
Her career developed out of relationships she’d formed at OC.
“OC is everything. They connect you to those people who will eventually give you a chance,” Amy said. “The OC network is huge. It gave me my career.”
After eight years at Heritage Trust, Amy founded Radix Financial, a firm that offers fiduciary investment management and planning services.
“I was at a point in my life when I knew I had done all I wanted to do for them,” Amy said. “I needed to just trust to do it my way for one time, and see if it works.”
Radix Financial hit the ground running and now, after almost a year, Amy says it’s something she would never turn back the clock on.
Amy has been recognized for her professional and personal achievements as one of iON Oklahoma’s “30 under 30.” She has been quoted on the national stage in media outlets such as USA Today and InvestmentNews.
But with all of her professional success, Amy’s true passion continues to be for those in need.
She helped establish Heartbeat for Hope, an organization supporting educational and rural development for orphans in Ghana. She now serves as one of Heartbeat for Hope’s directors.
In between running her own business, traveling to Ghana annually, and making time to run the Eagle Trail, Amy is in the process of completing her Ph.D. in consumer economics at the University of Georgia, splitting time between Athens and her Oklahoma City home.
Even with success chasing Amy, she always returns to that place where little things turn into big things.
“OC is very different from any other college. We aren’t just here to learn accounting; we are here to make the world a better place,” Amy said. “We make sure that anyone that is hurting can be picked up by someone at OC.”