www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Dee Bowden founded BCS Solutions, a revenue recovery company, from a personal desire to see small businesses learn to solve cash flow problems.
Dee is on a mission to serve them and grow their financial bottom line by sharing her five-step system. Dee has over 10 years of financial recovery experience in which she collected over $10 million for several companies and government agencies.
Dee was featured in Black Enterprise Magazine in the article “Sealing the Money Leaks 5 Ways to Secure Your Cash Flow”
www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Trying to fit Kim Beasley into one box is virtually impossible, yet she’s known as “Kimpossible”. Kim holds an MBA in eBusiness and has over 25 years of
professional expertise. She is skilled in many areas which include; WordPress websites, social media, business branding, project management, database management, telecommunication, sales, technology, technical training documentation, and human resources.
In 2005, Kim launched Agape3 Business Services (A3BS). As the owner and founder, Kim enthusiastically provides support to corporate clients worldwide. After incorporating in 2009, Kim moved forward with positioning her company to work with entrepreneurs. As of 2012, she began working with corporations such as Steelcase and RedHat.
In 2015, Kim developed the consulting outreach side of her business and incorporated Kim Beasley Consulting (KBC) into A3BS. KBC has a focus on online business brand building and social media. It also incorporates online training and consulting with corporations and entrepreneurs. She enjoys speaking at conferences, giving entrepreneurs and business owners online insights, and sharing her knowledge about growing a business online. She is also an Amazon published author with 2 books under her actual name and 10 published books under her pen name, Brey King.
Connect with Kim online.
● Company Website: https://agape3.com
● Personal Website: https://kimbeasley.com
● Training Hub: https://kbctraining.com
● Twitter: https://twitter.com/kimbeasley
● Facebook: https://facebook.com/kimbeasleyconsulting
● Instagram: https://instagram.com/kimbeasley
● LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/kbeasley
● Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/kimabeasley
www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com Even though Melissa M. Proctor never played basketball, her dream as a child was to be the first female coach in the NBA. Your heart will sink and soar as you live through Melissa's trials and triumphs. Through incredible experiences like surviving Hurricane Andrew, moving to London and becoming the first "ball girl" for the NBA's Miami Heat, her
unconventional path has taken a number of twists and turns that has led to earning the position of Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer for the Atlanta Hawks and State Farm Arena.
However, some would be surprised to learn that even at this stage of her career, Melissa still doesn't know what she wants to be when she grows up...and that's exactly how she wants it.
From Ball Girl to CMO includes relevant themes of hope, persistence, empowerment, and courage to help readers navigate everything from the personal to the professional. Throughout the pages, Melissa shares lessons learned, guiding principles, and a means of comfort for those not quite sure what to do next. She presents a powerful framework for defining "Guiding Principles" that anyone can use to help direct life decisions. With her laid-back style and down to earth attitude, Melissa offers the option of acceptance at a time when many are confused and hope when uncertainty distorts the light at the end of the tunnel. From Ball Girl to CMO urges us to look at ourselves, reflect on where we've been and be open to the possibilities of what's to come.
Melissa M. Proctor is the Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer of the Atlanta Hawks & State Farm Arena. Her professional achievements earned her recognition from a multitude of publications throughout her career, including being selected to the Sports Business Journal's 2020 class of 40 under 40, the Atlanta Business Chronicle's 2017 class of 40 Under 40, Rolling Out Magazine's list of the Top 25 Women in Atlanta, The Atlanta Voice's 50 under 50, London's Leaders in Sports: Leaders Under 40, and earning a mention on Inc.'s 2017 list of 17 Inspiring Women to Watch. Part of the NBA since high school, Melissa was the first team attendant/ ball girl for the Miami Heat organization, and in later years, returned to work for the Heat in the basketball operations division. She serves on the board for The Atlanta BeltLine Partnership, The Children's Museum of Atlanta and 48 in 48. She holds a bachelor's degree in communication from Wake Forest University and a master's degree in design studies & brand strategy from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design at The London Institute. A native of Miami, FL, Melissa now resides in Atlanta, GA with her super dope daughter, Marley.
www.GoodMorningGwinnett.com JoAnn Cash-Owens was a school social worker who was accused of medicaid fraud and was sentence to 1,032 days in prison. JoAnn says that she was innocent and now she shares her story with us.
To support JoAnn's soap drive you can order the soap directly from Amazon using this link https://amzn.to/3lZd6fQ and send it to her address which is:
145 Loverwood Court
College Park, GA 30349
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