Greenleaf Trust named National Best and Brightest in Wellness by the National Association for Business Resources

September 28, 2021, Kalamazoo, MI – Greenleaf Trust, a Michigan-chartered wealth management firm with $15 billion in assets under advisement, announced that it has been recognized as a National Best and Brightest in Wellness.

The 2021 winning companies were evaluated by an assessment created and administered by SynBella, the nation’s leading wellness systems firm. Company entries are examined statistically for quantitative and qualitative data. Each survey was scored on a point system based upon criteria to benchmark and improve wellness program effectiveness. They include outcomes, analysis, tracking, participation & incentives, benefits and programs, leadership, employee input, culture and environment.

“Greenleaf Trust is elevated by the remarkable efforts our team members make every day to foster a productive, supportive, and healthy place to work,” said Karen Baldwin, Greenleaf Trust’s Director of Human Resources. “These awards are representative of our dynamic culture, and our team’s passion for excellence and continuous improvement.”

“The Best and Brightest is a powerful community of elite leaders who share ideas and practices, and have proven they are employers of choice. Best and Brightest winning companies have also been a voice for important action in creating a sustainable culture that works and ensuring the wellbeing of their employees come first,” said Jennifer Kluge, President and CEO, Best and Brightest Programs.

About Greenleaf Trust

With offices in Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, Birmingham, Traverse City and Bay Harbor, Greenleaf Trust is an independent Michigan-chartered trust-only bank, exclusively focused on wealth management, trust and estate administration, and administration of company-sponsored
retirement plans. Through our unique, client centric team approach, we provide highly personal and customized client service, with no conflicts of interest, to ensure our clients’ financial security from generation to generation.