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Meet Woman in Business Janice DaCosta
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Meet Woman in Business Janice DaCosta

Janice DaCosta, CEO of F.A.M.E Healthy Living is our newest featured Woman in Business Tell us about your business F.A.M.E Healthy Living is a nutrition business focused on a holistic approach to helping individuals with Lifestyle and Weight Management.  (F.A.M.E stands for Feeding. Affirmations. Mentally & Expressively). I work with clients on Weight and Lifestyle […]

Meet Woman in Business Catrise Austin
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Meet Woman in Business Catrise Austin

Meet this week’s WE Magazine Featured Woman in Business  Catrise Austin –  Cosmetic Dentist, Author, Speaker Tell us about your business: Dr. Catrise Austin is a trailblazing expert in the field of dentistry. This 2 time best selling author and award winning cosmetic dentist to superstars such as CardiB, DJ Khaled, […]

Meet Woman in Business Inez Arevalo
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Meet Woman in Business Inez Arevalo

Meet Inez Arevalo, Owner – A Cleaning to Remember and this week’s Featured Woman in Business. Here is her story: Tell us about your business. A Cleaning to Remember is a residential cleaning company serving Ft Bend and Brazoria Counties in Texas. We provide detailed interior home cleanings and for […]

Meet Woman in Business T.R. Threston
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Meet Woman in Business T.R. Threston

Meet T. R. Threston , C.E.O. of World Guide Publishing and this week’s Woman in Business Showcase Tell us about your business (what product or service you provide and who your target audience is) World Guide Publishing creates and publishes upscale/luxury travel and travel related media. Please tell us what being a business owner […]

Meet Woman in Public Service, Annette Langer
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Meet Woman in Public Service, Annette Langer

Meet Annette Langer, Police Volunteer with the Pleasanton Police Department in Pleasanton CA   Tell us a little bit about what your career in public service and why you chose this path in the first place? I worked for the Federal Government for over 26 years. It was my first job after […]