Paws-up for Signet’s CFO Laura Squier
Signet

When not managing budgets, Chief Financial Officer, Laura Squier, and her Bernese Mountain Dog, Olive, are bringing healing comfort and compassion as a certified therapy team for Creature Comfort Pet Therapy. Visiting NJ facilities including nursing homes, hospitals, schools, mental health centers and veteran’s programs, Laura and Olive have joined 275 teams in visiting over 70,000 people this year.

Signet Financial Management has donated to Creature Comfort Pet Therapy to show our support for volunteer organizations that are important to our communities and staff. Creature Comfort Pet Therapy is a non-profit organization whose mission is to enhance lives through therapeutic visits with caring volunteers and their pets.

You might also like
Third Option Foundation
May 19, 2021
Signet donates to Third Option Foundation to help the families of those we have lost, support the wounded and those who are still serving.
Read more
December 18, 2019
Partner Shawn Hirsch joins CFO Laura Squier at the Creature Comfort Pet Therapy Champagne Brunch to celebrate Laura’s appointment to the CCPT Board of Directors.
Read more
March 28, 2018
Sharing its intellectual capital through its research labs in partnership with top business schools, Signet promotes innovation in a complex global economy.
Read more
October 23, 2017
To emphasize commitment to environmental sustainability, Signet volunteers assisted with the general cleanup of a 44-acre preserved property in Boonton, NJ.
Read more
August 18, 2017
Signet Financial Management joins TD Ameritrade to help meet the tremendous need of hurricane victims donating to the American Red Cross.
Read more
October 17, 2016
Signet advisors Shawn Hirsch and Dan DiVizio volunteered at the Scherman Hoffman Wildlife Sanctuary in Bernardsville, NJ by removing invasive plant species.
Read more
October 1, 2016
Robin Bolton, Signet's Investment Advisor Representative, shares his dramatic experience of volunteering in a Haitian village amid the hurricane Matthew hit.
Read more