Celebrating the Inspiring Women in our Lives on International Women’s Day

In honor of International Women’s Day, we’re taking a moment to thank a few of the women who have impacted us most. You are nothing short of incredible and we have loved growing with and learning from you every step of the way. Cheers to you – today and every day!

Belle Shaff

“The woman who inspires me every day is my mother. She is the kindest, most generous and most loving woman that one could ever imagine. She inspires me to be a better person every day!” – Louis Shaff

Ashley Howell

“My wife is a constant inspiration to me. Her heart flows with kindness, tolerance and patience as she works to provide a better life to anyone that comes into contact with her.  She's one of the truest women that cares and gives absolutely, expecting nothing in return.  In short, she is my whole inspiration!“ – Tim Ridge

Dorothy Weber

“My grandmother would have to be my inspiration. Grandma grew up on a farm during the Great Depression and married my grandfather after he came back from WWII. She was a strong woman who worked hard, loved her family and friends, and served her church and community for years.” – Michelle Alsobrook

“My mom inspires me everyday to be the best parent I can be” – Chris Magann

“Early on in my career I worked at a large wire house in Pensacola, FL where we were stationed with the Marine Corp.  The advisor I worked with has had such a huge impact on how I approach working with clients, the importance of the small details, care and compassion to understand everyone has different needs and expectations, and a commitment to always do your best.  She might not have known how her leadership has inspired me over the years or how I look back on my experience still to continue to improve how I interact with my clients and the people I work with.  I will always be thankful for the opportunity to work with Margie Moore and am grateful for the impact she has made on my career and on me personally.” – Kelly Majdan

“I researched Harriet Tubman when I was in 3rd grade for a history project. Her selfless acts and kindness have impacted the way I help people. She has also taught me to be courageous and believe in myself during hard times.” – Mariam Bartlett