Nicolette Davicino, CFP®, EA

Senior Paraplanner

Getting to Know Nicolette


Nicolette joined Armstrong, Fleming, & Moore, Inc., in June 2017 as a client service associate following her graduation from George Mason University. During her time there, Nicolette participated in the Undergraduate Student Research Program (USRP), focusing on economic development strategies for low-income communities in Northern Virginia. Prior to joining AFM, Nicolette worked as a policy fellow for the Committee of Appropriations in the U.S. Senate, specializing in small business development and tax reform. As one of our paraplanners, she works directly with our clients by providing support for each client’s financial advisor.

Originally from New York, she enjoys traveling to her home state often and exploring her new neighborhood in DC. She’s especially partial to the Hirshhorn and Renwick Art Galleries in the Smithsonian collection.

Certifications & Education


BA/BS in Government Administration and Economics, George Mason University


FINRA Series 7 and 63 securities registrations held through Commonwealth Financial Network®

ENROLLED AGENT, EA certification

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