Keene Winters is a financial advisor and owns the local office of Great Lakes Financial Management Group in Schofield, a suburb of Wausau, Wisconsin. He is a investment advisor representative with Voya Financial Advisors, Inc.

Winters has been a financial professional, registered with the Financial Industries Regulatory Authority (FINRA) since January of 2002. He has been registered with Voya Financial Advisors, Inc., and its predecessor, ING Financial Partners, Inc., since 2004.  See FINRA Brokercheck for more about his record.

 Winters is a lifelong resident of Central Wisconsin and serves clients throughout the state and in Michigan's Upper Penisula.

Locally, Winters served two terms on the Wausau City Council from April 2012 to April 2016. He was recognized for his work by the Wausau Daily Herald, the local newspaper. 

Winters is active in the community in other ways. He serves on the Board of Curators for the Wisconsin State Historical Society. He is a member of the Pommerscher Verein of Central Wisconsin. He and his wife are members of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church and support the church's community dinner program.

Winters was born in Wausau and is a graduate of Wausau West High School. He attended the UW-Marathon County before going on the get his Bachelor of Arts with Honors and Master of Business Administration from UW-Madison.

The Winters' family connections to Wausau stretch back to its pioneer beginnings. His great-grandfather, Otto Winters, came to Wausau as an infant with his family from Pomerania, a former German province, in 1886, and the family settled on Lincoln Avenue. His great-great-grandparents include Casper Fenhaus, a local Civil War veteran whose biography was featured in an April 10, 2011 article in the Wausau Daily Herald about the 150th anniversary of the start of the war.

Keene and his wife, Cathy, own a historic home on the Wisconsin River in the Carl Lotz Summer Homes Addition of the Riverview Area. The original owners, Ervin H. and Betty Marquardt, purchased the land from Mr. Lotz in 1922 and built a home in 1926. The house has been remodeled and expanded over the years. However, many features of the original home are still visible.