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WHY WHAT WE DON'T KNOW ABOUT BUSINESS & MONEY.... IS KILLING US - Own The Vision

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Jason Warner

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Anita has over 15 years of senior level professional career experience in various areas of sales and marketing with for-profit and nonprofit organizations. She has an expert ability to explain what is often complicated information and connect with people on a level where they can understand and use that information for their benefit. This lead her to be a sought-after marketing and community relations professional, assisting nonprofits and corporations in achieving and maintaining positive relationships with their clients and the communities in which they do business. Her company gives people the understanding and knowledge, as well as the necessary tools to make their financial goals a reality by helping people manage their debt, protect their family, save for retirement and their children’s education. She also offers people a phenomenal entrepreneurial opportunity that can transform their income potential forever. Anita is committed to helping her family and others live successful, purpose-filled lives. Her company, SuccessFULL Living, represents the umbrella for diverse services offered to their clients with a spirit of excellence and with a high quality output that helps them accomplish their goals.

Anita became the first player in NCAA history, including men and women, to score 2500 points, 1000 rebounds and record 300 steals in a career. Following graduation, Anita played professionally overseas in Israel, Turkey and competed against other European country basketball clubs. She was drafted by and played for the Cleveland Rockers of the WNBA during the inaugural season. She is the first basketball player in NMSU history (male or female) to have her number retired (#40). She retired from playing professionally in 1999 when other interests began calling her to life beyond basketball.  She was drafted into NMSU’s Athletic Hall of Fame in 2002.

 

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