Discovering YOU


 

 

 
 
 
 
 

Brandi Nielson

I love my work, I love my dog, and I love my husband, though not particularly in that order. During working hours, you can find me at my desk, answering phone calls, responding to email emergencies, but more than likely running throughout the office putting out fires. I enjoy my work. I find personal gain in being able to answer a previously unanswerable question, fix a problem that was once thought broken and over with, or lend a hand when someone is overwhelmed. 

 
 
 

Andrea Greve

You can find me with a coffee in my hand, that has been warmed up at least twice already, gushing over dog pics, and grabbing the trendiest pieces of clothing for someone to try on. I didn’t always picture myself to be in retail industry, but after 12 years of being in the retail world I have come to realize in this moment, this is where I am suppose to be. My passion for serving and styling people has grown so much more than I could imagine. Customer service is not a walk in the park kind of job, it’s a new challenge everyday. But I believe to continually have a challenge in life is the best way to gain experience and grow to be the best version of yourself.

 
 

 

Elizabeth Moeller

I am a counselor, a wife, and above all else, a mom. I love spending time with my family and watching my kids grow. When I’m not with my family I am working or daydreaming about what other ways I can expand my services. I really want to work at taking the stigma out of mental health and counseling in general. I love thinking about all the ways I could make a difference in someone’s life, they just have to make the first call! I 

 
 
 
 
 
 

ArtByCarly - Carly Kewley

Growing up I remember wanting to be an artist or at least creating things. I loved to day dream, create, draw, paint... I loved the world of creation and imagination.

I didn't really have a vision of being self employed until after college and after a couple of jobs that were disheartening and discouraging, to say the least. However, they taught me a lot of what I know now, as well as what not to do in the future and the type of environment I want to work in whether it's for myself or for someone else.