Shannon Landwehr joins our team with a myriad of experiences, and her diverse background has given her unique insights that are invaluable in her role as Chief Operating Officer at Glassman Wealth Services. Previously the President & CEO of the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore, a regional economic development organization that supports Baltimore City and the surrounding counties, she has also worked for a large financial services firm as an Executive Director in workforce strategy, and has more than 20 years of experience in finance, non-profits, marketing, and consulting.
While her resume is impressive, it is her passion for her work that has made her an essential part of the Glassman Wealth team as we continue to grow and enrich the lives of our clients. Her natural charisma has helped her to build close relationships with the team as she supports and helps lead them towards their goals, both within the office and beyond.
As COO, Shannon leads and manages firm-wide business operations, supporting the president to create and uphold not only the highest level of client experience, but also ensuring that our firm continues to be a Best Place to Work for all of our employees. She oversees all performance management framework and processes, including the development of team roles, facilitating strategic priorities, and collaborating with the team to establish accountability for all roles within the firm.
A graduate of the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, where she earned her Master of Arts in Urban and Regional Planning, Shannon also attended the University of Arizona, where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Finance. Education has always been a priority for Shannon, and she is a recent Leadership Maryland graduate, as well as a certified Health and Wellness coach.
Beyond the office she is passionate about a variety of community initiatives, especially programs focused on helping children, animals, and the environment.
FUN FACT: A lifelong animal lover, Shannon helps local rescues by transporting animals from the shelter to the rescue (spanning the eastern seaboard). She also has a long history of fostering and adopting senior and special needs animals that may have a harder time finding their forever home.