Dagley Insurance Goes Back to School at Katy Tompkins High

Katy ISD Tompkins High SchoolA lot has changed since the folks at Dagley Insurance & Financial Services have been students in the high school classroom. The advanced technology and white boards instead of chalk boards may have changed, but one thing that hasn’t is that these Katy ISD school halls contain our future. Many of these students will go on to not only impact our community, but the world as a whole. With that being said, who would turn down an invitation to speak to these young minds?

Nathan Dagley, CEO of Dagley Insurance & Financial Services, was invited to speak to both the Entrepreneurship and Money Management classes at Katy ISD’s Tompkins High School. What an awesome opportunity! Nathan is passionate about equipping future entrepreneurs with the knowledge and skills to become successful leaders within their community. The reason behind this passion is because he was still a student himself when he began his first venture: a lawn business. His Dad was his first investor, agreeing to fund a certain amount for lawn equipment to get him going. Nathan Dagley Speaks to Katy ISD StudentsThe lawn business that started small grew along with Nathan as he went off to college and eventually he was able to sell his business for a profit. Not only did he develop business acumen during the process, but also character. The lessons that entrepreneurship can provide to those who pursue the endeavor as students are invaluable. Nathan Dagley is proof that entrepreneurship can begin at a young age when those around the community invest in their youth.

Dagley Speaks to Katy YouthWe’re excited to announce that Mr. Dagley will be speaking at the Entrepreneurship classes at Katy Taylor High School next month. Dagley Insurance & Financial Services is always on the lookout for ways that we can give back to our community, especially in the area of education and youth development. The title of his Money Management Class lecture was “How to Become a Millionaire”. Don’t you wish you could have been a student in that class for the day? We do too!

 

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