Client Service Administrator
Allison joined the Iron Horse Wealth Strategies team in 2022 with a passion for serving others and treating people with dignity and respect. Allison has spent the last six years working in customer service with a plethora of both retail and restaurant experience. Additionally, she has experience in leading and influencing young adolescents at various levels during her summer job as a counselor with Pine Cove, an organization based in Texas. She exuberates integrity, service, and compassion wherever she goes.
Allison manages the administration and logistical duties in our office. Through the guidance and direction of our previous Client Service Administrator, she has learned the skills needed to perform the job as an administrator for Iron Horse.
Allison is happily married to her husband, Grady! She attends Pinewoods Church and loves to bake and try new recipes. She also enjoys spending quality time outdoors with friends and family. She is eager to meet each one of you and help you to feel at home here at Iron Horse Wealth Strategies.
In the 1880s, most U.S. towns set their own local time based on when the sun was at its highest point in the sky or “high noon.” This created a scheduling nightmare for railroads. But rather than rely on the government to create a North American system of time zones, the powerful railroad companies created a new system. The companies – both U.S. and Canadian – agreed to divide the continent into four time zones and initiated their use at noon on November 18, 1883 – the same time zones we use today.