Andrea Kaberline | YWCA Women of Excellence
Vice President of Retail Services
Envista Credit Union
Andrea has been promoted to several different positions throughout her almost 16 years of working at Envista and currently serves as the Vice President of Retail Services. She oversees the more than 95 front line staff members ensuring that the customer receives consistent care and attention in a personalized manner, as well as helping the staff develop their own skills and education. Andrea is the recipient of the company's President's Award twice, Sales Award, Mortgage Sales Award and Branch of the Year as a branch manager.
With her husband, Nick, Andrea has three children: Jackson, Harper, and Reagan
TK: What inspires you?
ANDREA: Individuals who set out to make a positive difference in someone’s life. The only certainty you have in this world is uncertainty.
TK: What advice do you have for others?
ANDREA: The advice I would give for others would be the same advice I give to myself daily. Always remain humble, continue to learn and grow from your superiors, peers and subordinates. Do not take yourself too serious, and know that mistakes happen and that’s when you have the opportunity to learn the most.
TK: What is the greatest lesson your have learned on your journey?
ANDREA: The greatest lesson I have learned is to embrace change with a positive attitude. A person’s mindset will make or break their personal and or professional life. And lastly, do not let fear hold you back from anything you believe you are capable of achieving.
The YWCA is on a mission to empower women at all stages in their careers. Diversity in leadership is particularly vital to our vibrant business community in the Greater Topeka Area.
The YWCA is celebrating 31 years of recognizing Women of Excellence in our community with the theme “Dare to be Powerful.” We dare to be powerful, despite whatever obstacles may present themselves along the way.
“When I dare to be powerful, to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid.”
- Audre Lorde