In 2010, Troy McQuagge created the Helping Other People Everyday (HOPE) initiative. The message is spread across to promote positivity in other people’s lives. For HOPE’s initial project, Troy McQuagge US Health joined other company leaders to partner with the Phoenix of New Orleans organization. The partnership was done to aid those impacted by Hurricane Katrina. The effort saw homes rebuilt and restoration to ensure the safety of residents.
The efforts from HOPE did not stop there. The following year, company leaders provided thousands of dollars in necessities to The Crisis Nursery. It’s a non-profit shelter for children. It serves the Phoenix and Scottsdale area. Read more on glassdoor.com about Troy McQuagge US Health
In 2012, USHealth Advisors made their return to Phoenix. This time, the organization wrote a check for over $25,000 to HOPEkids Arizona. The non-profit support group aides families of children dealing with life threatening illnesses. In 2013, another $45,000 was donated to HOPEkids Arizona following the opening of a new chapter near its North Texas headquarters.
McQuagge has made it clear that his goal was to make sure that HOPE always operated in a noble fashion. The motto for HOPE has been to aid those in need no matter the timing or the location. McQuagge believes it’s more than just a way to carry yourself doing business, but rather a way of life.
In order to understand the success of HOPE, it’s crucial that one knows of McQuagge’s past successes. When McQuagge became the president and CEO of the USHEALTH Advisors, he was in charge of managing profit sales of health insurance. McQuagge has over 30 years of sales experience. The USHEALTH Group saw a significant growth in profitability with McQuagge running the show. In fact, the company has grown 10 times larger since he’s been on board. It’s no wonder why McQuagge took home the gold award for CEO of the Year in 2017.
That wasn’t McQuagge’s first award. In 2016, he received a gold award from One Planet. Like his award the following year, this one was for CEO of the Year. As humble as he can be, McQuagge said the award should be shared with everyone at the USHealth Group