Categories: Michelle Mosher
Michelle Mosher, Business Development/Marketing/Social Media Strategist, brings over 25 years of financial industry experience to the Ironstone team. She began her career holding various positions at credit unions, beginning as a teller in her early years, excelling to become the President at USD Federal Credit Union and the Vice-President of Marketing at Dakotaland Federal Credit Union.
She transferred to Cornerstone Financial Solutions, Inc., where she provided communication and marketing initiatives at the financial advisory firm. During her employment at Cornerstone Financial Solutions, Inc., she was named as one of the top marketing professionals in the nation by Million Dollar Producer.
Michelle consults with our clients on the development of a solid business plan, integrating marketing and social media platforms to help our clients reduce marketing costs and attract affluent clients for their firms. She is also responsible for business development and marketing at Ironstone.
She is a native Iowan, now residing in Nebraska as an avid Husker fan. Mentoring cancer patients and a speaker for Komen Nebraska, Michelle shares her passionate story with others to raise cancer awareness after beating the odds and triumphing a cancer diagnoses nearly 20 years ago. In addition, she provides marketing and social media consulting to Komen Nebraska, an affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
Michelle also enjoys art, music, sports, indulging in fine cuisine and spending time with family and friends.
Contact Michelle directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
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