Renee Wittrock wins Scottsdale chamber volunteer of the year award

Wittrock Financial Group, the Creator of the Life Audit 101 process,  announced that Renee Wittrock has been honored with the Dale B. Fingersh Volunteer of the Year Award for the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce.

Renee Wittrock

Renee Wittrock

The Dale B. Fingersh Volunteer of the Year Award recognizes an outstanding volunteer for his/her dedication, commitment and service to the chamber, according to a press release.  The award was presented as part of the Business Volunteer Awards which was held June 8 at the Western Spirit Scottsdale’s Museum of the West.

“The Chamber could not accomplish all the good things we do for Scottsdale’s business community without the help of our volunteers,” stated Mark Hiegel, president and CEO of the Scottsdale Chamber, in the release.

“We simply do not have enough staff to do the job, but with the assistance of our outstanding volunteers, we are able to make the great city of Scottsdale even greater. We couldn’t do it without them!  Renee Wittrock embodies the volunteer spirit and commitment that truly makes her shine. Her work on the Scottsdale Forward Committee was impeccable and helped make the event the most successful Scottsdale Forward ever.”

Ms. Wittrock is the co-founder of College Prep Mastery and the CFO of Wittrock Financial Group, where she works with her husband of 25 years, Chip Wittrock. Together they have created the LifeAudit101 process that insures that they are providing their clients the right fit Wealth, Tax and Risk management services.

Ms. Wittrock provides a concierge experience to their clientele, and is proud to say that they work exclusively with like-minded people whom they know, love and trust, the release stated.

Running a successful financial firm for almost 30 years has enabled Ms. Wittrock the opportunity to work while raising their son Levi and have the freedom to be involved in his schools and in their community.

She has been the Head of Membership for the Desert Mountain High School PTO, served on the University of Arizona Parent and Family Board for the Phoenix Kick Off, and spearheaded the Scottsdale Coffee Chat. In addition, serves on the Scottsdale Chamber’s Economic Development Advisory Council, along with Chip who sits on the Airpark Committee, and she is on the steering committee for Scottsdale Forward.

Ms. Wittrock has been part of all of the Focus Initiative Groups helping Scottsdale grow in the way that is most beneficial for the community at large.

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