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Dispersed: Ukraine in Crisis

By Ken McMullen / March 24, 2022

Oksana, a local resident from Ukraine, tells of her family’s plight in fleeing their home in Kyiv and her brother-in-law, who has stayed as part of the resistance. Her husband, Nick, sings and plays a Ukrainian resistance anthem on his Bandura. Lifeline Christian Missions Vice President, Audra, explains getting meals to refugees as quickly and efficiently as possible. Don’t miss this episode.

Why Compassion Matters: An EWM Advisor Roundtable

By EWM / November 15, 2021

 Why does compassion matter when choosing a financial planner? This question and more are discussed with Executive Wealth Management Private Wealth Advisors Duane Johnson, Todd […]

Meant for More

By EWM / October 28, 2021

 “You know that being meant for more means so much more than filling your life with mere matter, with material things, with stuff and possessions […]

Come Together

By EWM / October 25, 2021

PurposeCity’s ‘Come Together’ episode was recorded at the Brighton Walk to End Alzheimer’s! Chuck Gaidica (broadcasting personality), Jennifer Lepard (President / CEO of Alzheimer’s Association […]

Love Every Day

By EWM / October 20, 2021

Steve Gronow discusses with EWM Private Wealth Advisor Duane Johnson how to ‘Love Every Day’ in community and business. Hear entertaining and heart-warming stories such […]

The EWM Story

By EWM / October 19, 2021

Bert Herzog, Founder of Executive Wealth Management, shares the story of how the financial planning firm continues to grow one relationship at a time over 20 years.

He also discusses the value of building a business built on trust, compassion, and community in an ever-increasing digitally distant business environment and how the two can co-exist.
Bert explains having compassion for clients means providing as many solutions to support them as possible and how EWM is embracing this challenge.