Donna Speigel opened her first Snooty Fox in 1980. She scraped paint off old racks, had two employees, and begged people to consign their clothing. Today, the Snooty Fox is a multimillion-dollar business with seven clothing stores, four furniture dens, and more than 200,000 consignors. Donna currently employs more than 100 staff members.
What made her a leader in her career is that she discovered a need in the community “to bring beautiful things to people at affordable prices,” and she used her talent and passion to cultivate a business to serve that need. In 2006, Donna was honored as a YWCA Career Woman of Achievement.
Although she loves coming to work every day, her heart belongs to her grandson Dayton. Dayton has a genetic disorder and has benefitted from conductive education. Proudly, Donna and her husband established the Conductive Learning Center of Greater Cincinnati to benefit children with spina bifida, cerebral palsy, and other motor challenges. The Snooty Fox is the main benefactor of the learning center through their nonprofit arm, Angel Fox.
8120 Beechmont Ave., Anderson Twp., (513) 231-0457, plus seven clothing stores and four furniture den locations in Anderson Twp., Blue Ash, Mariemont, The Shops at Harper’s Point, Erlanger, West Chester, and Hyde Park Plaza, shopsnooty.com