Jeffry Schneider

With more than 25 years’ experience, Jeffry Schneider is a leader in the field.

Under Jeffry’s guidance, his firm now supports more than 50 employees. Jeffry believes this success stems from the dedication and camaraderie of employees and is especially proud of the culture he and his team have created. By encouraging open dialogue, there is a sense of trust among team members, and it is well-known that their top priority is the clients they represent. Jeffry has over 24 years of experience making him a complete veteran.
Jeffry is a tireless philanthropist who donates his time and money to several causes and charity organizations. Among these are Gods Love We Deliver, the Gazelle Foundation, Wonders and Worries, Camp Honey Creek’s Summer Dream Program, and the Cherokee Home for Children. Quite a few of these are focused on helping disadvantaged children. By supporting programs that shelter, feed, clothe, and provide education to abused and neglected kids, Jeffry Schneider is investing in the future of our world.

In and outside of his business dealings, Jeffry aims for excellence and works hard to do his best at everything he takes on. As an Executive, this means that he goes the extra mile to ensure that he and everyone on his team are giving the work their full attention. In his life outside of work, he pays a lot of attention to his health and takes part in Ironman challenges around the globe. The firm has evolved under the leadership of Schneider in a short period of time. Five years ago, there were three to four employees, and now there are more than 50.

Jeffry Schneider earned a bachelor of science from University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Before founding his company, Schneider worked in different organizations. He does many things to keep himself fit, especially eating a healthy diet. He has been a participant in many marathons including Ironman and Half-Ironman events. In addition to fitness, Jeffry also has a passion for exploring the world. He has traveled across Europe, South America, and Asia, and he says rural Thailand and Hungary are the best places to visit. He is also a philanthropist and supports charity organizations like God’s Love We Deliver, Cherokee Home for Children, The Gazelle Foundation and Wonder Worries.

 

 

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