NOEL VINCENT is an accomplished businessman who has spent more than 30 years serving investors in both Houston and the Northwest Harris County community, as well as in numerous states around the nation, and several foreign countries. His firm, Senior Partners Private Wealth Management, oversees assets exceeding $100 Million. At age 35 Noel sold his first company, which had operations in five cities and nearly 200 financial advisors and staff.
In addition to running his thriving business, Noel is an industry conference speaker and mentors financial advisors across the country through his principles-based coaching program, The Total Practice. He has written a book for financial advisors, The Total Practice: 50 Principles for Becoming the Premier Wealth Manager in Your Market. He also writes four blogs on business, investments, ministry, and travel.
Noel is deeply committed to local and international ministry. He planted and pastored a small neighborhood church for 12 years. He currently serves on the advisory council of the J. Dalton Harvard School of Theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, as well as the Salvation Army’s Houston Adult Rehabilitation Center where he also serves as the current vice-chairman and chairman-elect. Noel especially loves his role as Associate Director and Provost of World Hope Bible Institute for which he frequently travels to Africa, Asia, and South America establishing training schools, writing and editing courses, and teaching biblical theology to remote and underserved pastors and ministry leaders.
Noel earned his undergraduate and graduate degrees in theology and Christian apologetics at Southwestern Seminary and Biola University, respectively. He is currently working on a research PhD at the University of Aberdeen (UK). Noel is an avid upland bird hunter and bass fisherman.
Noel and his wife, Stephanie, will celebrate their 31st anniversary this year. Their son, Noah, works in his dad’s business and is a full- time student at Lone Star College, where he is studying biomedical engineering. Noah hopes to transfer to Texas A&M for his junior and senior years. Their daughter, Chelsea, is a graduate student at Villanova University. Chelsea will pursue a PhD after Villanova and plans to become a university professor in classical languages, literature, and history. Noel and his family are active members of Calvary Chapel West Houston, where each of them is active in various ministries. His greatest joys are spending time with his family and facilitating spiritual life-change in others.