Telemus Promotes Two New Wealth Advisors


SOUTHFIELD — Telemus Capital Partners, an independent advisory firm specializing in wealth management services for high net worth individuals, has promoted Charles Dabrowski, JD, LL.M and Kelli Saperstein from their roles as wealth analysts to wealth advisors.

“Both Charlie and Kelli have proven themselves to be integral members of our team of expert advisors,” said Telemus Partner and Chairman Gary Ran. “We are very pleased to expand their roles within the firm to enhance the strategic guidance we provide our clients.”

As wealth advisors, Dabrowski, 31, and Saperstein, 34, will take the lead on comprehensive financial planning strategies and services, estate planning issues, and investment management guidance for Telemus Capital’s individual clients.

Dabrowski, a Detroit resident, joined Telemus Capital in November 2010 as a wealth analyst, assisting with financial planning and estate planning issues. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan and a juris doctorate degree from Wayne State University School of Law. Dabrowski also obtained a master of law degree from the Chicago Kent College of Law. He serves on Leaders for Kids, an advisory board to the Children’s Hospital of Michigan Foundation, and also the Detroit Athletic Club Intermediate Board.

Also a resident of Detroit, Saperstein (left) joined Telemus Capital as a wealth analyst in December 2010. She was previously the director of operations at The Jablon Group in Los Angeles, and also worked as the director of process development at Schechter Wealth Strategies in Birmingham. Saperstein, who earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan, currently serves on the board of directors of Jewish Family Service, the executive board of the NextGen Department of the Jewish Federation of Metro Detroit, and the Ambassador Club of the Friendship Circle.