I am a wife, Mom to my kiddos and fur baby and my favorite role, Glammy!
I live to empower women, to be a voice for women who haven’t found their own yet. I truly believe no one should ever be made to feel less than, and that is why I am an advocate against domestic violence! Having been in that position I have a passion to educate and help others who are affected in the same way and try to prevent it from happening to others. I am a co founder of a world wide movement called living free from fear. You’ll find us on Facebook @livingfreefromfearmovement or our website livingfreefromfear.com
I love to help women feel beautiful from the inside out, to find their inner voice. It is always there, they just don’t always know it yet! I believe when women find their confidence the world will change!
I started my business after working in plus size retail business for over 15 years and finding out my company was closing. It was an easy transition as I can relate to customer needs, listen to what they are wanting even if that means sometimes they may not know and I help them find what is most flattering or best for them. In both positions it is rewarding when my customers see themselves as beautiful for the first time, when they walked in not feeling that way or not seeing themselves as “pretty “!
That, is absolutely the joy in what I do.
An iconic brand isn’t built in a day. For more than 59 years, Mary Kay Inc. has empowered women while changing the world of business.
1: Caterers 2: Bakers 3: Florists 4: Women close to retirement 5: Retail workers 6: Work from home Moms 7: Photographers 8: Nurses 9: Personal Trainers 10: Teachers
1: Women who are stuck not knowing how to care for their skin. Overwhelmed with the choices, products aren’t working, kid’s have acne, they want to stay wrinkle free.
2: Women who are looking for fun, flexibility, freedom to work around their schedule
3: Women in corporate jobs under valued, under appreciated or just surrounded by men looking to be lifted up by women, looking for recognition and fun
4: Women who are retired or close to retirement
5: Women who have been leaders before