About Our Firm

Here's our story. We look forward to hearing yours.

The team at Scott Tucker Solutions, Inc., is proud to serve their clients in an independent capacity.

Meet Scott Tucker

President and Investment Adviser Representative

Scott grew-up in Lansing, Michigan, and has lived in Chicagoland since 1998.

He insists upon wearing his Red Wings jersey to the United Center whenever the Wings are in town.

Hawks fans yell insults at him, which he enjoys.

Scott is author of Escape Illinois: Should I Stay or Should I Go? and The Fireman’s Guide to Deferred Comp.

He's also a contributor to Kiplinger. Scott also hosts Retirement Decoded with Scott Tucker on AM 560 The Answer.

He enjoys teaching workshops on retirement, financial planning, and tax-reduction strategies in classroom settings at DePaul University and Oakton College.

A Veteran of the United States Navy, Scott served 5 years active duty as a cryptologist. His service took him all over the world. Scott lived in Scotland for 2 years on a Royal Air Force base. While serving in Scotland, he played hockey for the Aberdeen Northstars. And, Scott spent 2 years on the USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71). When on the flight deck, he wore a green jersey indicating that he was a technician.

Scott was awarded a Flag Letter of Commendation (from Rear Admiral Fallon), a Navy/Marine Corps Achievement Medal, and was selected for duty at The White House based on his service record.


Andriy Hudyy

Associate Advisor

Born in Ukraine, Andriy’s family immigrated to the U.S. when he was just 3-years-old.

When a translator in Ukraine was helping with Andriy’s passport, they turned "Андрій Xудий" into “Andriy Hudyy.”

“My first name is pronounced ‘André,’ as it is in French, which most Americans have no trouble pronouncing. So that translation mishap wasn’t helpful.”

And his last name is pronounced “Who-Dee,” but is spelled “Hudyy,” again, thanks to the well-meaning translator.

Andriy attended Downers Grove South, and played football for the Mustangs, at right tackle.

At 19, he became a U.S. Citizen.

A Ukrainian Catholic, Andriy graduated from Loyola University Chicago, with a Bachelor's of Business Administration in Finance.

He went on to work at TD Ameritrade on their derivatives trading desk.

From there, Andriy went to JP Morgan, where he focused on retirement planning.

His fiancé, Lauren, is a 4th grade teacher.

Andriy enjoys being outdoors, spending time walking around the city, exploring, and trying new food.

He also enjoys fishing, biking, and swimming.


Julie Foley

Client Service Associate

The daughter of a Chicago police officer, Julie was raised in Edison Park, and lived there for more than 45 years.

She now lives in Park Ridge, with her partner, Mick, and is the proud mom of one daughter.

Julie's been volunteering at the Windy City Church's food pantry, in Norwood Park, for more than 10 years.

In her free time, Julie enjoys traveling, experimenting with new recipes, bowling, swimming, and spending time with family & friends.

Keith Conrad

Keith Conrad

Radio Producer Extraordinaire

Keith was born in Elgin, and grew up in Streamwood.

But somewhere along the line, something went terribly wrong…

The Conrad family moved south, all the way to Huntsville, Alabama.

Keith never quite fully recovered.

Although his dad is a retired rocket scientist, and his mom is an expert with numbers, Keith can barely add.

So Keith shunned the fame & the money of the United States' space program for a career in radio broadcasting!

He began his radio career the day after the 2000 Presidential election, that whole dangling chad thing, at News/Talk 770 WVNN in Huntsville, Alabama.

For 5 years he worked as the morning producer, the afternoon producer, and the official radio station car washer, as he worked his way through college.

From Huntsville, Keith finally made his way back to the Midwest, and spent 2 years serving as the morning producer for News/Talk 1130 WISN in Milwaukee.

Things were going great guns for Keith until he and the rest of the morning show crew fell victim to The Great Clear Channel Purge of 2007.

Since Keith lost his job just before The Great Recession, he's always fancied himself a sort of trendsetter.

He quickly recovered and took a job as the morning producer for WGST radio, in Atlanta, where he managed to survive The Great Clear Channel Purge of 2009!

Of course, as much Keith enjoyed the 105-degree summers, and constantly being called a “Yankee,” and “Carpetbagger” (all over again), Keith always wanted to get back home to his Chicago roots.

And in July of 2009, Keith finally got the call from AM 560 WIND!

So he packed-up his George Foreman Grill, and his Xbox, and drove north throughout the night, to become the morning show producer for Big John Howell & Amy Jacobson.

Later came Keith's all too brief stops at AM 720 WGN, and at AM 890 WLS, before a return to AM 560 WIND.

Ah, the unpredictability of radio.


Natalie Kallis

Event Planning

A fan favorite, Natalie has been helping at the company’s workshops since 2015.

Natalie’s best trait is empathy for others.

She also loves helping seniors, as her hero was her grandpa.

Her grandpa survived the Great Depression, and was a Korean War Veteran (Army).

In her time off, Natalie enjoys “decorating for each holiday.”

Who’s her favorite NFL player? “J.J. Watt! He loves his grandma!”


Gladys Kozlin

Event Specialist

Gladys was born in Colombia (South America) and is fluent in Spanish & English.

She grew-up in Chicago.

Educated in business administration, Gladys worked in the upper echelons of corporate America for over 30 years.

She worked with the president of McDonald’s distribution & logistics company, the CEO of IGA, and the Chief Operating Officer of Vector Securities.

Gladys has a very strong work ethic.

Her favorite past-times are spending time with her family, playing the piano, and dancing up a storm whenever possible.


Nick Olson

Financial Professional Intern

Nick resides in Park Ridge and has all his life.

He currently attends Maine South High School, “Home of the Hawks,” just up the road from the office.

Nick is a junior.

Nick’s grandparents are long-time clients and have been since he was 9-years-old.

But that didn’t mean his internship was automatic. Nick had to take-up the initiative to apply for it on his own.

Nick has always had an interest, and a passion, for business, and he's looking to pursue a business career.

He also works as a lifeguard and has since he was 14.

Nick really enjoys lifeguarding because he gets to interact with many different members of the community.

To schedule a time to discuss your financial future and the possible role of investments and insurance in your financial strategy, contact us at Info@ScottTuckerSolutions.com
or call us at 847.786.9872 today!