Prior to entering the field of real estate, Nadine Lee Wynn had a career as a nurse that lasted more than 20 years, having earned a nursing diploma from the Orange Memorial Hospital School of Nursing and a Bachelor of Science in nursing from Excelsior College. She left a position as a nursing instructor at a local college to pursue her real estate license at the Mingle School of Real Estate in Charlotte, North Carolina. While she had always dreamed of being a realtor, as that had been father’s profession, she attributes much of her success to what she learned about caring for others in a complete and holistic way as a nurse. This, combined with her natural attributes and
Attributing much of her success to her passion for her work and her desire to help others, Robin Boren-Coleman Sexton, Esq., began her studies at the American University in Washington, D.C., where she volunteered with her sorority to assist blind students with their homework, spent a year abroad at the American University of Paris in 1989, made the dean’s list, and ultimately obtained a Bachelor of Arts in international studies in 1991. She earned a Doctor of Jurisprudence from the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in 1995, where she was honored in the dean’s commission, and was subsequently licensed to practice law by the State Bar of California and the United States District Court for the Central District of California.
Attributing much of her success to hard work and the large amount of reading she did, Alice Michaelian always knew that she wanted to be a psychologist. Moving out on her own at the age of 18, she completed a bachelor’s degree at Queens College and began her career as a teacher, a period of her life which she enjoyed immensely. She taught math and science for grades 4-7 at Croydon Country Day School at Jamaica Estates in Queens, New York, before joining Public School 86 in District 28 in Queens as a teacher for grades 1-6. In 1971, she was named Teacher of the Year for District 28. Serving as a teacher and supervisor for the N.Y.C. Lab School
Knowing that she wanted to enter the medical field by the time she was 5 years old, Margaret Rigsby Hall came to a career in nuclear medicine entirely by accident when she visited her friend, Bree, in the euro intensive care department at Vanderbilt University. Subsequently, she earned an associate degree in nuclear medicine from Vanderbilt and then joined Middle Tennessee State University, where she completed her bachelor’s degree. Ms. Hall embarked on her career with Coliseum Medical Centers two days after she graduated and remained with the medical center for 28 years until it became part of Piedmont Healthcare in 2021. Attributing much of her success to her love of her profession and her patients, Ms. Hall concluded her
Following her marriage to her husband, Joe, Kathleen Kincanon Nosek was encouraged to enter the field of real estate by the realtor who helped them buy their first home. At the time, she was the assistant recreation director at Oak Brook Hills Hotel and Resort, a position she held for eight years from 1989 to 1997, but the hotel was going through several changes, and she felt the time was right for her to make a change. Now, with 24 years of experience, she has been the owner and designated managing broker of 4C Realty since 2010. She is a certified real estate negotiator, with many designations, and specializes in residential real estate in the Chicagoland area suburbs. Attributing much
Holding considerable expertise in business management, Teresa Gail Reynolds has excelled as a managing partner with Reynolds Electric Heating & Air Conditioning Service, LLC, for more than 40 years. Opening the business with her husband, Danny, when they were just 20 years old, she has been proud to serve her community for the past four decades, providing employment opportunities that enable their employees to take care of their families. In her day-to-day work, Ms. Reynolds oversees their eight technicians, all of whom they were able to keep on during the pandemic; keeps the office running smoothly; and manages marketing, collections and payables. In 2000, she earned a bachelor’s degree in business from Amberton University and has plans to pursue a
Holding considerable expertise in database, advertising, special events and promotional planning, and digital and social media, Elena “Lenny” Lisle was inspired to a career in marketing because of the combination of creative freedom and research and analytics that the career offered. She began her professional path as a recreation leader with the Valley-Wide Recreation and Park District in 1999 while working toward her bachelor’s degree at California State University, Fullerton. Graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in broadcast journalism, with a minor in public relations, in 2003, she also obtained SQL certification and spent time as a recreation specialist with the Community Services Bureau for the city of Fullerton from 2001 to 2004. She is deeply grateful to the support
First earning a diploma in nursing in 1961, following three years of study in a hospital 10 miles from her home, Dr. Patricia Anne Duick went on to join the University of Pennsylvania, where she obtained a Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in organizational dynamics. During this time, she began her career and worked full time to support her education. She taught nursing at a series of local community colleges, notably starting practical nursing programs at several of them. Accepting a position at Temple University, she taught teaching strategies, philosophy of education, and sociology of education there for 15 years and spent time as the ombudsman for the College of Education. Over the course of her tenure