Our employee highlight for today is president of Wesley Financial Group, Robin McVey. In our employee highlights, we showcase the amazing people who make WFG the best timeshare cancellation company. We want you to get to know who we are and the individual people who work to get you out of your timeshare!
Take a minute to read this Q & A with an outstanding leader, Robin.
Q: When did you start working at WFG?
A: I started with WFG in December 2016.
Q: How did you first learn about WFG?
A: I’ve known Chuck McDowell for 30 plus years. We met when we were both working in the insurance business.
Q: What drew you to WFG originally? And how has WFG changed since?
A: Chuck is the reason I got involved with Wesley Financial Group. The biggest change and one I am very proud of, is that the company has grown from 20 employees to over 300 employees.
Q: What is your job at WFG?
A: I was the COO and then moved to President in Jan 2019.
Q: What is your favorite part of your job/working at WFG?
A: Helping clients and watching our employees thrive in a culture of helping others and doing the right thing!
Q: What is your favorite client story?
A: A client sent me a piece of art their son had made during his battle with cancer. The son had passed away. It was a thank you for helping them. Meant so much to me. I carry it everyday.
Q: What do you want people to know about WFG that they may not know?
A: We are a company of outstanding people with a DNA of helping others.
Q: If you could switch your job with anyone else within WFG, whose job would you want?
A: I am happy where I am. Why? I get to see the company from many different lenses. It makes me very proud of our company and people.
Q: Where is your hometown?
A: Roanoke Virginia and a graduate of Virginia Tech class of 1983.
Q: What are some of your hobbies?
A: Golf and more golf!
Q: What do you like to do in your free time?
A: Family. Very blessed to have a great wife of 24 years Laura and an incredible son Hunter McVey.
Q: Any random facts you can share?
A: I am a drummer. Played for my Father Howard McVey as a young man in the gospel group The Virginians.