Keith Corrigan

Business Development

(423)247-8840

Keith Corrigan leads our Business Development efforts at GAAM Wealth Advisors, a professional wealth management firm in Tennessee, serving clients through comprehensive financial planning, personal asset management and risk transfer strategies. Keith has been involved with GAAM in various capacities since 2010.

Prior to 2010, Keith worked in the manufacturing industry with such companies as Cyro, Rogers Corp and Honeywell International. His career started strong after attending a workshop by the late W. Edwards Deming. His influence on Keith has been evident in his approach to systems and processes. Over his 20 years in the industry, Keith became an expert in Lean and Six Sigma and was often tagged to run failing plants all over the country and Mexico. Keith attended Arizona State University in the Chemical Engineering program, ultimately earning a BSBA from the University of Phoenix. He has earned many certifications over his career including; Lean Expert, Six Sigma Black Belt, Certified Quality Auditor and TQM for Service. His extensive knowledge of corporate finance and operations have made him a natural fit for GAAM and the finance industry.

Keith’s wife Pamela Corrigan is GAAM’s Founder and CEO. They have been married since 2011 and have three 4-legged children. Keith raised four children who now live all over the world and he also has 9 grandchildren. Keith enjoys racing vintage cars, working, hiking beautiful canyons and mountains and really anything outdoors. Keith can usually be found with a smile on his face singing in the hallway…he just loves to be alive.


Getting to know Keith

Favorite Food: Steak, Shrimp, Brussel Sprouts…really anything home cooked

Best piece of financial advice: Time is your friend…until it’s not.

Favorite Holiday: Thanksgiving…my goal is to have 100 people for dinner

What motivates Keith: smiles and obstacles

A bucket list item: Take a ride in an SR71 Blackbird or a Corsair

Favorite quote: I’ll get plenty of sleep when I’m dead