Director of Business Development
Susan Wandersman works as the Director of Business Development for The Siegel Law Group, P.A. Susan’s career has been all about relationships—helping connect good people to do good things for their family, clients and community.
Her experience is vast and diverse. She worked for a private home healthcare company in Palm Beach County for two decades and, prior to joining, The Siegel Law Group, P.A., served as the Director of Client Services for a large local accounting firm. In that capacity, she helped develop professional alliances and expand the firm’s community involvement.
Susan has always been ambitious and driven—capable of turning around procedures to streamline efficiencies; and climbing the ranks at a Medicaid home healthcare company that went public. She then moved to Florida to assist her family when her father received a terminal diagnosis, and intimately understands the struggles that people experience when dealing with end of life situations.
Always resourceful, Susan found her niche in a Business Development role with a private home healthcare company in Florida. She grew two offices and developed the strongest revenues in the companies history; attributing this to the power of networking. She also found purpose in nonprofit involvement. As a result of her parents being Holocaust survivors, she became active with the Anti-defamation League and the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Additionally, love of the arts directed her to support the Boca Raton Museum of Art. She enjoys the community she lives in, and participates in the Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce and is an alumna of the Leadership Palm Beach County program.
What She Loves About What She Does
Susan and Barry have known each other for almost 15 years. She is assisting him expand his team and his practice. She enjoys developing relationships, and seeing people succeed and thrive.
She also knows first hand how planning services can change lives. Thanks to the timely advice she received, she managed to plan for her own mother’s health and security. Susan was able to keep her in her own home, continue working full time, and utilize assets to provide for private care; when her mother outlived her home healthcare benefits. She feels truly blessed to have been able to do that for her. She’d like to direct and educate others to plan for their families.
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