Denise Andresen is renowned as a self-made entrepreneur and investor, specializing in real estate acquisitions and funding. A certified private money broker, she is additionally well versed in the Lee Arnold System of Real Estate Investing. She became involved in her career as a means to help others while achieving financial independence. Prior to this engagement, Ms. Andresen excelled in the construction industry, and worked with several large companies and even a school district. In 2019, Ms. Andresen established Andden Investments LLC with the help of her husband and her sister in the basement of her rental condominium, utilizing every cent available of her savings and credit. In just under a year, the business has grown to include an investment
From an early age, Selina Y. Ellis has harbored an affinity for helping others, specifically individuals with disabilities and the elderly. Originally cultivating a future for herself as an attending nurse, she quickly realized her potential to assist those in need both inside and outside of health care facilities. Equipped with a newfound sense of purpose, Ms. Ellis embarked on a professional venture that has culminated with the foundation of S. Ellis Adult Day Care Services LLC. Prior to establishing the aforementioned company, Ms. Ellis obtained her certification as a nursing assistant. Additionally, she enrolled at Perimeter College at Georgia State University and earned an Associate of Arts in business in 2010. Combining her edificatory experiences with her passion for
Leading a long and successful career as a biologist and educator, Billie T. Ketcios Zumo retired in 1999 from Central High School in Cheyenne, Wyoming, after more than three and a half decades of excellence. She formerly taught for five years at Carey Junior High School in Cheyenne and for one year as an English language teacher at McCormick Junior High School in Cheyenne. Additionally, Ms. Zumo held a faculty appointment at Laramie County Community College as a biology educator. Initially, Ms. Zumo became involved in her profession because she had aspirations of becoming a doctor. After her older sister received a college degree, she felt she could not go on to become a doctor, as it would be too
Dana Darwin Mallett Hummel is a retired research librarian and information technology specialist who had a diverse career with the military, U.S. Embassies and Washington D.C. think tanks. She assisted her husband who was the U.S. Embassy military attaché in several Hispanic countries. She was a member and distinguished president of the Fairfax County Public Library Board. Four large libraries were built under her leadership. She was active politically and served as a delegate to a Virginia state convention. She was a leading fund raiser for two U.S. universities. She taught Spanish at high schools and English as a second language. In her retirement, over a 14-year period she was a board member and ten-year president of her condominium association.
After receiving an associate’s degree from the American Institute of Paralegal Studies, Teresa C. Dempsey became involved with lending services in real estate. Beginning her career as a new home sales consultant, she advanced to the role of a sales manager and the vice president of sales and marketing. She eventually developed and came to helm a successful sales team, which she led to their biggest year in the history of their business. Following the devastation of the economic recession, Ms. Dempsey and her husband established Dempsey Group Realty. She later earned a real estate broker’s license in order to handle home loans. Presently, she excels as a loan officer and president of BNI, Power Professionals of Queen Creek. As