Douglas A. Vogel is a Financial Services Executive with MassMutual and a Registered Representative with MSI Financial. He is also a Special Care Planner, with MassMutual Special Care, a national network of planners dedicated to helping families plan for the future of their children or other dependents with Special Needs. He was the co-founder of SNAP, Special Needs Advocate for Parents, a national non-profit public benefit corporation dedicated to improving the quality of life for children of all ages who have special needs and their parents or caregivers, by serving as a resource that empowers them through information, education advocacy and referrals. SNAP was acquired by United Cerebral Palsy (UCP) on July 9, 2008. Vogel has authored numerous articles on advocacy and special needs estate planning and is nationally recognized as one of the leading professionals on estate planning for families with children or other dependents with special needs. He has been featured in many publications such as the New York Times, Bloomberg Wealth Manager, Forbes, The Special Parent, Reuters and CNN Money. Vogel has worked for over 27 years in the financial services industry.
Vogel is a member of NORD, National Organization for Rare Disorders; Autism New Jersey and is a New Jersey Statewide Parent to Parent Volunteer.
Vogel received a BA in Political Science from The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina, in Charleston, SC. He resides in Mendham, New Jersey with his wife and two daughters, both of whom have special needs.
Area(s) of Focus
- Insurance Strategies
- Investment Strategies
- Special Care