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Who We Are

The myTrue HR team has decades of combined experience in human resources, financial planning, insurance, and other essential facets of business administration. We started myTrue HR as an outgrowth of our work with small- and medium-sized enterprises all across the country, as well as our own experiences running and growing businesses. We know firsthand the challenges businesses commonly face, have expertise in addressing those challenges, and are passionate about helping business leaders spend more time doing what they love doing, rather than what they “have” to do.

David Voorhees

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Managing Director

David is an award-winning human resources and health insurance expert who has built his career on measurable successes in areas such as budget savings; reduced employee turnover rates; and HR software implementation and utilization. In addition to serving as CEO of a company providing innovative healthcare solutions to businesses, David has created leadership development programs and has worked closely with executives managing a wide range of organizational changes. He has a master’s degree in human resources management and sits on the Board of Directors for Literacy KC.

Bryan Sarff



Bryan Sarff is president of a wealth management firm that provides investment strategies, retirement planning, risk management, estate conservation, and insurance planning. A certified financial planner, Bryan has helped countless clients achieve their goals since 2003 using his proprietary Work Optional Formula. He also frequently shares his expertise on a financial talk radio program and at wealth management workshops.

Kenny Burkhead



Kenny is portfolio manager at a wealth management firm handling assets for business owners, professionals, and retirees/pre-retirees. He co-designed the firm’s investment methodology that identifies superior investments and protects against market volatility. Kenny was previously a client service manager for one of the world’s leading providers of financial services to institutional investors, where he led a team handling 170 clients. He made the change from corporate America to private wealth management to have more personal relationships with his clients.

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