In every community, there are exceptional individuals who go above and beyond to make a lasting impact. Here in the Texas Hill Country, we are fortunate to have our very own wonder woman, Anne Archambeault, owner of Rollo Insurance of Dripping Springs. First, I can honestly say that Anne is a true professional. We moved our own personal insurance to her this past year, and it was the best decision we made. She truly cares about her clients and really takes the time to understand their needs and who they are.
On a personal note, I am one of many in this community who is thrilled to call Anne a friend. Her unwavering dedication to giving back has earned her the admiration and respect of all who know her. From serving on the Dripping Springs Education Foundation and Project Connect boards to leading the Dripping Springs Women’s Club networking group, Anne is “insuring” that she leaves a positive footprint wherever she goes.
Let's take a closer look at what inspires Anne and the incredible work she does.
How did you get started?
I left my teaching career and fell into the insurance world and am absolutely in love with it. I worked for a corporate insurance company and enjoyed working with clients on their insurance needs. Rollo Insurance approached me and asked me if I would like to meet with them to own my own insurance agency and have the benefits of bringing insurance back to how it used to be. I loved their motto of "God, Family, Country" and working with my clients always following the "Golden Rule." "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you!"
What’s your legacy?
I want to create an insurance agency where my clients are a part of my family. I want to leave this world having made an impression in my community and helping people.
What’s your greatest success?
Being able to help so many people with their insurance needs. I also love the job flexibility that enables me to get involved in the community and help with nonprofits.
What’s been your biggest challenge as a female entrepreneur?
I am a very empathetic person so when my customers are struggling, I struggle.
Is there a defining moment in your life that led you here?
I was in the Route 12 shooting in Las Vegas and it really changed my life. I started realizing that I wanted to do more, be a bigger part of my community and make an impact on people's lives. I am now able to be out in the community and serve on nonprofit boards, help other small businesses, and raise money and awareness for local charities.
Thank you, Anne, for sharing your story and for turning your tragedy into a lifetime of compassion and caring for our community. We are truly grateful for your Wonder Woman-ness!