Bubbler Executive of the Week

Last updated on July 2nd, 2019 at 09:55 am

Sally Piefer, shareholder at The Schroeder Group S.C., Attorneys at Law in Waukesha

Name:  Sally Piefer
Title:  Attorney
Company:  The Schroeder Group, S.C., Attorneys at Law
Company Address:  20800 Swenson Drive, Suite 475, Waukesha, WI  53186
Company Web Site:  www.tsglaw.com
Industry:  Legal
Education: University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, B.A.; Roosevelt University, ABA Approved Paralegal Program; Marquette University Law School, J.D.
Family: Husband, Scott and children Lauren, 14 and Alec, 12.
Charitable & Civic Activities:Greater Brookfield Chamber of Commerce, Board Chair
Elmbrook Humane Society, Inc., Board Member and Past President
Midwest Twisters Gymnastics Booster Club, Secretary, Board Member
St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, Member, Human Resources Committee
Hobbies and Interests:  Wine-tasting, traveling, gardening and enjoying Wisconsin’s summers
Favorite Book or Movie:  “Anything by James Patterson and for movie, The Fugitive with Harrison Ford”
Favorite Band:  Fleetwood Mac
Favorite Place to Visit or Vacation:  “Wine Country in California – Napa, Sonoma, Temecula, Santa Barbara, followed a close second by anywhere that is warm when it is cold in Wisconsin.”
Favorite Local Restaurant:  “Piano Blu, I love the sweet potato fries”
Words to Live By:  “Lead by example, and always do your best work.”
What is your core philosophy for doing business?  “Give clients the very best service that you can and treat them as you would want to be treated.”
Who is your role model and why?  “My parents are my role models – my brothers and I were raised with the philosophy that it is important to work hard, to always do what is right and to never compromise your core beliefs.”
What is the funniest thing that has ever happened to you?  “The Christmas after getting engaged to my now husband, we were opening gifts at his parent’s house. I opened my gift from my then fiancé and it was a very nice mixer. Clearly a gift that would be useful as we shared our lives together. The last gift that I opened was from my future in-laws. The small size of the box had me somewhat puzzled… After removing the wrapping paper, I saw that the box bore the Victoria’s Secret label. I carefully opened the box to find lingerie inside. I was rather embarrassed to have received a very practical gift from my future (and current) husband and my future mother-in-law would give a gift that was something I would have expected to have received in private from my future spouse.”

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