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Abbey Chance

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Abbey Chance is a client executive with a focus on business insurance in our Canton office. In her role, she is responsible for working closely with clients to understand their businesses and help design risk management programs that fit their needs.

Abbey began her career with Schauer Group as an intern in 2019 while earning her bachelor’s degree from Kent State University at Stark. She graduated in 2021 with a degree in business management and minors in insurance studies and marketing. Abbey earned her Certified Insurance Service Representative (CISR) designation in 2022, and she currently is pursuing her Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter designation.

Abbey is active with her church, serves on the board of trustees for Beech Creek Botanical Garden and Nature Preserve, and is a member of the United Way Young Leaders Society. She lives in North Canton with her husband.

Abbey Chance, CISR, Schauer Group client manager, is a member of the United Way of Greater Stark County’s Young Leaders Society, which focuses on promoting education initiatives in the community. She recently completed a term with the society’s Textbook Scholarship Committee.

I am a proud member of the Young Leaders Society – a division of the United Way of Greater Stark County for young professionals that focuses on educating, engaging and inspiring students in our community. We work hard to help students plan for their next step, whether it be college or career, and make sure they have the mentorship they need to be successful. I joined last fall after meeting the co-chair of the society during my Leadership Stark County Spotlight Program.

This year, I served as a member of the Textbook Scholarship Committee, which provides renewable scholarships to students to help cover the costs of books for college – an expense that usually isn’t covered by academic scholarships. I worked with the rest of the committee to review scholarship applications and select finalists to be reviewed by the Leadership Committee. The Young Leaders Society awarded two renewable $1,000 scholarships to high school seniors who will be first-generation college students. The two recipients were announced last month and will be honored with a breakfast celebration where the committee will get to meet the recipients.

The Young Leaders Society provides great opportunities for young professionals to have an impact in the lives of students. As young professionals, it wasn’t long ago we were standing where these current students are, looking at our futures with both excitement and fear. Young Leaders Society is an important segment of United Way that provides a bridge for young professionals to not only have an impact but also learn how to become the next generation of leaders in our community.

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