Scott has been at Conrad Siegel since 1995, where he helps clients design and run their defined contribution retirement plans, and to understand their fiduciary responsibilities. Scott works mainly with 401(k)-type plans and ESOPs, and does a fair bit of business development as well. He especially enjoys the public speaking, writing and networking that he does as a part of his work!
Scott returns to the podcast from episode 41 to talk about his new Mustang, his recent leg injury, backpacking with his son, and why he loves networking!
Shannon is a litigator practicing primarily in the products liability, toxic torts, government contracts, and financial services spaces. He loves the people he works with and the work is (usually) pretty exciting. However, music and cars have always been his passion. He has been a musician for as long as he can remember. “I was playing ‘drums’ on pots and pans on the kitchen floor before I could carry a tune (or hold my bladder)”. Shannon started working on cars as soon as he “could see under a hood”. He spent the first 10 years after college as an engineer for a Big 3 auto manufacturer, the next few years running a hot rod shop, the next 5 as a professional musician and college instructor, and the last 8 years or so building his legal practice.
Shannon Peters talks about his love for cars, his previous careers in the auto & music industries, and how this experience is applied to his career today as an attorney! He also shares with us his experience with his office discovering his passion in music and their reaction!
Jen returns to the podcast from episode 32 to talk about becoming a mom and how she connects with others through her experience with parenthood and how she applies her passion for juggling into her presentations!
Seth is a Tax partner with Carr Riggs & Ingram in Dallas, TX. He has two kids and a wife who teaches yoga and meditation that helps keep his house calm and peaceful. Seth enjoys spending time with his family and exercising.
Seth talks about overcoming shingles at the age of 35 through swimming and how he promotes a culture of sharing experiences in the office as a partner at his firm!
The Priestess of Profits, Ingrid Edstrom, returns to the podcast from episode 54 to tell us about her recent professional achievements and her journey of shifting her business towards consulting.
Dave Recchion is a risk management professional for LBA Haynes Strand. His journey in helping companies manage their risks has led him to some more risky passions with Drone Photography and Scuba Diving.
Dave and John talk about the connection of his hobbies and his job through risk assessment, how the firm encourages their employees to share their passions among one another, and how both an organization and an individual play important roles in encouraging an open work environment!
Dawn W. Brolin, is the Executive Vice-President of Business Development and Compliance at Out of the Box Technology, LLC.
Dawn is back from episode 57 to tell us about her latest venture as the assistant coach and designated motivator for the Eastern Connecticut State University softball team!
Greg talks about his passion for mountain biking and skiing and how he integrates these passions into his professional life. He also talks about why it can be easier to default to a ‘technical mode’ in the office and how his early learning difficulties helped him develop the ability to establish relationships!
Jim Fahey, PAFM is the Chief Learning Officer at HBK CPAs & Consultants, a Top 100 CPA firm with offices in OH, PA, NJ and FL. He has more than 29 years CPA firm experience working in human resources, recruiting, training and development, technology and practice management.
Jim returns to the podcast from episode 20 to talk about his latest car purchase, enjoying his quality time fly fishing, and a cool reward system he implemented at HBK!