Andre Arnold Receives Achievement in Financial Services Award
Andre Arnold, Financial Center's Executive Director of Membership Development, was honored with the Achievement in Financial Services Award at the Center for Leadership Development Minority Business and Professional Achievers Recognition Awards Banquet on March 8th.
Mr. Arnold has been with Financial Center since 2007 and has been extremely instrumental in establishing insurance broker relationships throughout the Indianapolis area in order to gain exposure to companies switching from traditional health care plans to high deductible health care plans. Not only does he provide these companies access to the best health savings account in Indianapolis, but he also conducted financial literacy classes at work sites, educating employees on how they could reduce their health care costs.
In 2009, Mr. Arnold was recognized for extraordinary sales efforts by being awarded the Credit Union's President's Award. In the same year he was promoted to lead his department as the Director of Sales and Community Development. In 2010, he was further promoted to Vice President of Sales and Community Development.
Mr. Arnold is very active in community organizations. However, his real talent is bringing people together. He brings his business leadership to the organizations and projects that he volunteers with providing structure, commitment, and energy. His greatest achievement has been his selection last year for the Mozel Sanders Humanitarian Award. Andre was selected for his selfless efforts to help people of modest means in the Indianapolis community.
He was also recently honored by the Indianapolis Colts with their Community Quarterback Award for his exceptional volunteerism throughout the community. Mr. Arnold is a wonderful representation of Financial Center's commitment to improve the financial lives of everyone in our community. He has extended his reach into the local community, educating and empowering young black men with the hope that he can help reverse the trend that are causing some to fail in education, relationships, and fatherhood.