Throughout humanity, philosophers, scientists, and other intelligent leaders have affirmed and taught the value of giving back and helping others unselfishly. This idea has been revered for centuries. Around the 1850s,Albert Einstein is quoted saying, “Only a life lived for others is worth living.” The absolute statement makes for a chilling quote with its emphasis on what is a worthy life, but to dedicated, hard-working humanitarians like Jeff Schneider, it couldn’t be truer. Brave social justice warriors like Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr agree, “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, what are you doing for others?” Jeff tries to ask himself this every day and seeks to give back to society in any way possible.
As an Austin philanthropist, father of three, and business executive, Jeffry Schneider can motivate and encourage any individual looking to improve themselves or society. He’s an all-around tenacious human who takes altruism, volunteer work, and overall wellness seriously while leading a company in Austin, TX. Because of his never-ending list of responsibilities, he has a strict and busy schedule. But he doesn’t let this de-motivate him from accomplishing whatever he decides to focus on. Despite his hectic schedule characterized by serial events, meetings, appointments, and traveling, he still finds time for to give back, work on physical fitness, and maintain his personal wellness.
When Jeff Schneider’s not leading his team at the office, he does humanitarian work for nonprofit organizations such as LifeWorks, the Cherokee Home for Children, Austin Pets Alive!, Wonders and Worries, and the Gazelle Foundation. Jeffry is devoted to using his innate leadership abilities to involve himself in a variety of nonprofits. As a philanthropist, Jeffry observes that to write a check to a charitable organization is not enough; it is just as important to participate in its core activities. Because of this, throughout the last decade, Jeffry Schneider has spent time focusing on giving back to others in need while utilizing his leadership skills to make an impact.
To increase his philanthropic impact, he is sponsoring a volunteer who uses her medical training as a pediatric oncology nurse to help underprivileged populations in Latin American areas. Her name is Elizabeth Stephens and she primarily focuses on repairing children’s cleft palates. In the past, after the Haitian earthquake in 2010, she also volunteered as a healthcare professional to provide relief in affected areas. By financially sponsoring her travels, Jeffry continues to aid her in her volunteer work abroad. Devoted to bettering the world through leadership, Jeff prioritizes supporting other’s nonprofit work anyway that he is able.