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AE Money Quests – Debra Avara

Deb Avara, an Assistant Professor from Amarillo Texas, has a passion for teaching basic financial literacy. Her company, AE Money Quests, is dedicated to teaching basic money management skills. Created for home, homeschool and in the classrooms, she has curriculum ready books (English and Spanish) and award winning games so students from K – College […]

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Needle Felted Fuzzies – Kayleigh Mihalko

Kayleigh Mihalko first learned about needle felting while taking a puppetry class in college at Southern CT State University. The class made eight different types of puppets over the semester, one of which was a needle felted puppet. Years later, it was time to pick one craft to focus on. Needle felting has become Kayleigh’s […]

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The Accidental Marketer – Mary Abbazia

Mary Abbazia is co-author of The Accidental Marketer and Managing Director of Impact, working with companies like Pfizer, GE, Marriott.  She’s taught at Columbia University & Caltech, and has a passion for helping organizations learn to take an “outside in” approach to differentiate and grow their business. Mary has 2 kids (15 & 12). Books available on […]

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Dave Kerpen

Dave Kerpen is a serial entrepreneur, New York Times best selling author, and global keynote speaker. He is the Founder and CEO of Likeable Local, a social media software company serving thousands of small businesses, as well as the chairman and cofounder of Likeable Media, an award-winning social media and word-of-mouth marketing agency for big […]

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Tall Poppies Rising – Maini Homer

My Name is Maini Homer and I am the founder of Tall Poppies Rising. I’ve been in business for myself for over 18 years and in that time I have created 9 successful businesses from scratch. I’ve had bricks and mortar businesses, service businesses, multi level marketing businesses and online businesses. My mission is to […]

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Mykal White – Hoop Coaching

Mykal White is a seasoned Corporate Sales Coach with The HOOP Coaching Company. Better KPIs and more dials alone are not powerful enough to create that pivot in your sales force, metrics can only be part of it. Sales is still a human business.  Humans have a natural aversion for that which makes us uncomfortable, […]

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Diane Huth – Accidental Career Coach

Diane Huth loves helping other people succeed and finds innovative and out-of-the box ways to help them meet their goals. She is a 30+ year veteran marketing superstar and has held top-level marketing roles at a wide range of household-name companies including Johnson & Johnson, Frito-Lay, Carnation/Nestlé, CBS Cable, and Mission Foods. Those corporate roles […]

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Hope Oriabure King – Black Tie Babysitting, Inc.

Hope Oriabure King is a career sales professional – who can sell anything as long as it helped people. She is the founder and CEO of Black-Tie Babysitting, Inc. a special occasion on-site childcare service.  Parents no longer have to choose between their children and having a social life as Black-Tie Babysitting changes how people […]

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Becca Davison – Unbuckle Me

Becca Davison is a Mom of 2 girls, 1 and 3 yrs old. She lives in Houston, TX, near her mom and business partner. Two years ago, Becca and her mom invented a small product to make it easier to unbuckle child car seats, since Becca’s mom has arthritis and was unable to take her […]

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Crafty Dazzles

CraftyDazzles is a small “MOM-owned business” which specializes in making ‘Beautiful Handmade Crafts that are Uniquely Yours.’ It was started by Susie Lewis in early 2017, after she retired from an executive position at a major corporation. Susie creates a variety of handmade crafts using many different techniques, including quilting, machine embroidery, and vinyl application. […]

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