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The Tech eMom

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Website: http://mymompreneur.com
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I have been working in the high tech industry for 12 years. It took a while to find my professional footing as I wanted to do something expressive after high school and started out as a dance major. After the parents grilled into me that I must have a "fall back plan" I danced my way on down to the design department where I got a degree in Multimedia design and became a web designer. Following graduation I got a job at a small design firm where I did everything from inception to completion for websites. Not only did I get to design and build sites, but market them too.

After a couple of years into my career I found that I also had a knack for planning so I made the smooth transition from Web Developer to Project. I learned a great deal in this role and had the opportunity to work on several exciting opportunities with Sharp Healthcare, Hewlett Packard, Adobe Systems, and PayPal. As a Project Manager I furthered my knowledge in technology by studying SDLC, Six Sigma and Agile.

The next chapter of my professional development is titled "Isaiah Suso College Fund". This is where I discovered that even though I love being a Project Manager and Product Manager, it would not help me save for all of the needs of a growing child. I started my Mary Kay business in 2008. Today I am focusing my attention on growing my business and being a Cadillac driving Director by the end of the year. This new professional goal doesn't mean I'm quitting my "day job", but rather taking advantage of the excellent extra income that Mary Kay allows me to generate. This new business venture allows me to be more social, pamper myself and friends, and save for a rainy day… or college for my son. Furthermore, I even have the honor of offering the opportunity for an alternative stream of income to other women with similar circumstances. I'm excited about this new chapter and can't wait to start the one entitled "Holly's New Ride"