My “Why”

Throughout my career, whenever there was an opportunity to learn or develop new skills, I took it. I looked at it as “adding tools to my toolbox.” That mindset took me from Accounting, to IT Systems, to Project Leadership across multiple industries.

Through it all, the common themes were process standardization and improvement, data analytics, creating efficiencies in systems and processes,  influencing people to make sound decisions based on data, and moving teams along to drive completion of strategic work. My projects effected entire companies and had global impacts, saving thousands of man-hours in various ways. In the end, my work was an investment in those corporations, and I was happy to do it.

In 2020, when so many changes crashed down on the world in such a short time, I witnessed that families and businesses were caught unprepared. I personally believe that business ownership and entrepreneurship gives people greater options for dealing with complex family needs. I also believe that through thoughtful networking and building great support networks, small/medium businesses can band together to affect decisions at the city, county, and state levels to have better results than what we saw in 2020 and 2021.

In light of this, I decided to use my skills to help people who are inclined to do so navigate the research project to select a well-matched businesses and to help those businesses experience great networking. One of the critical keys to business growth and success is networking and connecting with the right people. This is my way to help foster stronger families and communities through a stronger and more vibrant small/medium business community. Come join me. It is fun to get to know folks and to help people reach their dreams.