Paula Harris, FBPS™

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It’s not often you meet a financial advisor who is also an accomplished cheesemaker, yogi, local hero and wonder woman*. But those are just some of the many reasons why we’re not like everyone else.

As WH Cornerstone’s co-founder, Paula Harris is part financial advisor and part dream architect who takes great pride in helping her clients, particularly mid-life widowed women, obtain financial peace of mind while they get back on their feet, rise up and navigate their path forward.

In her “past life”, Paula established Campus Recruiting programs at Walker Digital (founding company of and First USA, Bank One’s credit card division, now Chase and served as Director of Recruiting and HR for Braxton Associates, a division of Deloitte Consulting in Boston. You can also add opening Bain & Company’s Dallas office as one of the many places she’s left her footprint.

Today, whether she’s in her role as co-founder at WH Cornerstone Investments or having served on the board of several area organizations (Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra (Past President), 2012 Chairman of the Board for the South Shore Chamber of Commerce, a past President of the Duxbury Free Library INC board and a former elected Trustee for the Duxbury Free Library…just to name a few!), Paula is assisting people in the life planning that goes hand-in-hand with financial planning. She is a Return on Life Advisor™, a Certified Jack Canfield Methodology Trainer in Jack Canfield’s Success Principles, as well as the Author of Rise Up: A Widow’s Journal and Rise Up: A Grief Journal.

Paula is a member of the Community Garden Club of Duxbury, Holy Family Parish, Plymouth Yacht Club, and a Trustee of NVNA and Hospice.

A graduate of Providence College. Paula lives in Plymouth with her husband, Bill Harris.

Intrigued? Who knew? Paula also…

  • tries to live by the Girl Scout Promise & Law everyday
  • was “Queen for a Day” in the Barnum & Bailey Circus
  • caught a pig in a pig scramble


  • made her first hole-in-one the summer of 2010
  • is a Francis Ouimet scholar

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