Troy McQuagge’s Dedication To A Life Of Service
Helping Other People Everyday (HOPE) was founded in 2010 by Troy McQuagge Son. As the president of the USHEALTH Advisors (USHA), he led a dedicated team of advisors and experts in the life insurance industry to commit to making a difference in people’s lives. The management, employees, and agents of the company independently strive to positively impact lives wherever and whenever they can. Troy’s leadership over the years has developed a culture of kindness and philanthropism among associates and members of staff at USHA. In addition to the focus on helping members of the community, the corporation has recorded consistent growth since Troy took over as president of USHEALTH Group, Inc., a parent company of USHA.
The Katrina Hurricane was the first HOPE project that significantly impacted lives hence recognition of the initiative across the United States. Troy as the CEO engaged leaders from other organizations to partner with relevant organizations in New Orleans with the aim of restoring the city. USHEALTH Group, Inc. managed to gather volunteers across America to work under the HOPE program in rebuilding houses for the New Orleans citizens.
Troy McQuagge and other company leaders have established a culture of giving back to a city that hosts any of their business meetings. In 2011 for instance, USHA had a meeting in Phoenix. As a result, The Crisis Nursery in Scottsdale received thousands of dollars from the company. The donations were intended to complement supplies for the non-profit organizations. According to Troy and his colleagues, USHEALTH Group is not only about life insurance policies as the company business, but also direct help to the community.
HOPEKids Arizona is also a beneficiary of the HOPE program. In 2012, USHEALTH Group donated at least $25,000 to the non-profit organization. This was after the advisors and leaders meeting in Phoenix.
USHA makes use of any opportunity to give back to the community and impact lives. In 2013, the company through the leadership of McQuagge presented over $45,000 to the HOPEKids on their expansion of the facility in Texas. According to the management of the company, serving and helping people is not only a corporate responsibility but also an individual mission for USHA.
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