Women’s History Month – Day 7
  eady to get your business organized? Looking for a seasoned, professional who knows her stuff? Look no further than this lady, Tracey Osborne. I’ve known her for over 10 years. We’ve been involved in each other’s business in one way or another for so long that neither of us remembers exactly how we met. › Read more
Women’s History Month – Day 6
  f ever there was a woman who could inspire millions to move on an idea, it’s Annette Hughes. She saw a need in her community of South Cobb, a thriving area in Atlanta, GA, that wasn’t being filled and figured out a way to fix it. She spearheaded one solution for the residents to › Read more
Women’s History Month – Day 5
  ust because you’re retired and have lived a full life doesn’t mean its time to slow down, or stop, or rest on your laurels. Mary Dennis, or MD as she is affectionately known by her loyal followers is NOT ready to be put out to pasture. In fact, she is re-inventing herself and her › Read more
Women’s History Month – Day 4
  ometimes you meet someone and you get the distinct feeling that they will play a major role in your life, somehow, some way. From the first moment I met Nadine Mullings, I felt that way. Always greeting me with a smile and a good word, I couldn’t help but want to get to know › Read more
Women’s History Month – Day 3
  atrice came into my life by way of the women’s business networking organization that I joined in 2013, ProWIN. She was already a leader in the organization, serving as VP or Events. Although Patrice appears soft-spoken and quiet, she is a force to be reckoned with. Patrice Barton Smith is a Senior Consultant – › Read more
Women’s History Month – Day 2
  ot only does her name fit into the category, but her spirit as well. From the first moment I met Lougenia, I was impressed with her presence and her abundance of positive energy. Lougenia is a part of the new breed of evangelists who are using the internet and the technology it has brought › Read more
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