Posts Tagged ‘Local Women’

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Sara’s Secrets to Success

With a lighthearted disposition and a killer sense of humor, Sara Frank-Hepfer turns the typical stereotype of a financial consultant on its head. Frank-Hepfer, CFP® and AAMS, is the Vice President at Financial Technology where she works to help her clients identify where they are now financially, where they want to be and how to get there.

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Working for Lansing’s Boys And Girls

Carmen Turner has worked with nonprofit organizations for many years as a volunteer, but after a lifestyle shift and a move to Lansing with her two daughters, she began looking for a job that focused on helping children.

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Accounting For Balance

Balancing a work life and personal life can be challenging for some, but not for Christy Sommers. As a Senior Manager at Maner Costerisan, a full service certified public accounting agency, Sommers manages the audit department.

Local Women: Paulette Granberry Russell

Creating Conversations for Change Sr. Advisor to the President for Diversity, and Director of the Office for Inclusion and Intercultural Initiatives, Michigan State University As the Senior Advisor to the President for Diversity at Michigan State …

Local Women: Ann Weber

Enjoying the Small Things Marketing and Web Advisor, O’Donnell’s “on the spot” Repair Ann Weber earned a Bachelor’s degree in Science in Chemical Engineering. She spent her time in school researching the conversion of sugar into high-valued …

Local Women: Linda Parkinson

Jump into Jazzercise Linda Parkinson Owner of DeWitt Jazzercise Linda Parkinson encourages everyone to take the time to make their health a priority, saying that it is a matter of balance. She is the mother of three grown kids, has a full-time job …

Local Women: Meg Campbell-Crawley

Meg Campbell-Crawley is the owner and creative director of Twisted Fiber Art, a yarn making company with a colorful twist. Campbell-Crawley’s yarn changes color as you knit with it, meaning that the yarn is dyed many different colors. Nine years …

Local Women: Melissa Ford Lucken

Melissa Ford Lucken became a Professor of Writing at Lansing Community College about 13 years ago after spending several years in Tutoring Services, but she’s not just all about her job. Ford Lucken also loves distance cycling, gardening, collecting …

Local Women: Nikole G. Pecora, DDS, MS

Since she was eight years old, Dr. Nikole Pecora knew that she wanted to work everyday to bring more beautiful smiles into the world. Dr. Pecora said, “I always knew that I wanted a career where I would be working with people and forming relationships …

Local Women: Jennifer “Soul Spoken” Carr

Jennifer “SoulSpoken” Carr, author of Inside Her Soul, has found healing and self-empowerment through writing and poetry, which she began as a young girl. Carr has made it her life mission to share her story and empower women across the globe …

Local Women: Olivia Martin

Day after day Olivia Martin helps families make financially smart decisions, but after hours you can always find her giving back. The University of Michigan graduate and foster mother said, “My dad has been in the financial industry for decades, so …