Helping Business Professionals To Improve Their Job Performance With Advanced English Communication Skills & Innovative Ideas. Meet Business Owner, Laurel Archer of Laurel’s Learning Lab & Cary Tutor.
Q: Why did you decide to pursue tutoring as your career path?LA: My father was a professor and scholar, and I followed in his footsteps as a teacher for many years but never found my perfect job at any level. However, I really enjoyed teaching kids individually, so I decided to start my own tutoring business in 2010 to have the autonomy to pursue the students and subjects that I wanted to work with. Q: Are there subjects that you specialize in?LA: Yes, I s..
Diane Cherry Has Extensive Experience in Public policy & Communications Around Energy Markets, Technology, Education, and Finance in North Carolina & Nationally. Read Our Exclusive Interview With The Owner of Diane Cherry Consulting
Q: For those in our audience not familiar with Diane Cherry Consulting, can you tell us more about it and the services you offer?DC: Diane Cherry Consulting is a woman-owned small business providing environmental and energy consulting services in North Carolina and the Southeast. Our work covers three main areas: business development or assisting renewable energy companies, non-profits, and educational institutions in marketing, client development, and fun..
A Mother, Wife, Outdoor Enthusiast, Cancer Survivor & Bicycling Junkie. A Special Conversation With Professional Photographer, Catherine Davis.
A professional photographer for more than 20 years, Catherine specializes in location lighting with an editorial twist and work with families and businesses to create images that tell their story.Q: At what point did you know photography would be your career path? CD: Spring semester of my senior year in college, I negotiated a contract as a photographer for a project with a riverfront development company. I found that working independently while being par..
Author, Mentor, Philanthropist, Motivational Speaker, Entrepreneur, Financial Consultant, and Consummate Professional. A One-on-One Interview With Finance Queen, Chinyere Ulasi
Q: What led to your passion to advocate for financial literacy?CU: Honestly, not having money. I was working about four retail jobs at the same time, and I was exhausted. I barely had enough money to cover my portion of the rent. Eventually, at one of my jobs I was promoted into management, but I was still working crazy hours just to make ends meet. I started couponing and understanding thrift shopping. I was surprised at how much money I was able to save...