Your neighbor, Bert Herzog, is the founder of Executive Wealth Management, a prominent investment advisory firm headquartered in Brighton, MI. The firm believes there should be ample opportunity for anyone to succeed – even when the obstacles seem insurmountable.
“Everyone has inherent value, but not everyone has the same ease of access to build on that value. We’re trying to support those people who have difficulty finding opportunities.”– Bert Herzog
It is why Executive Wealth Management supports the Work Skills Foundation, which tackles career-advancement barriers like serious injuries, disabilities, or illness. The partnership with the Work Skills Foundation helps people maximize their abilities through occupational skills
training, education, school-to-work transition services, on-site coaching and training, and more life-changing services on a daily basis. The end game: empower individuals to change their situation in life by helping them overcome their barriers to self-sufficiency.
Bert says it’s admittedly a symbiotic relationship: a community is only as strong as its weakest link. His son, Butch Herzog, a private wealth advisor at Executive Wealth Management, agrees. “Let’s strengthen the weak areas in our community and help provide equal opportunities – even when circumstances seem daunting.”
Executive Wealth Management also highlights other community-minded companies and organizations through its new podcast, “PurposeCity, Stories of Humanity in Action.” You can learn more at ewmadvisors.com.