Listee Features — October 12, 2021

Nadine Wynn


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

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Robin Sexton


Robin Boren-Coleman Sexton, Esq., has over 26 years’ experience in the legal and finance industry. She currently serves as Vice President and Lead Fiduciary Advisory Specialist at Wells Fargo Bank, NA. Attributing much of her success to her passion for her work and her desire to help others, Ms. Sexton studied at the American University in Washington, D.C., where she volunteered with her sorority, Delta Gamma, to assist philanthropies for the blind; spent a semester 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 by

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Alice Michaelian


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, thus beginning 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 in 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. Promoted as a teacher and supervisor for the N.Y.C. Lab School,

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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 in the intensive care department at Vanderbilt University. Subsequently, she earned a bachelor’s degree from Middle Tennessee State University in 1972, following that up with an associate degree in nuclear medicine from Vanderbilt in 1974. 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

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