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Forest Releaf, a local nonprofit, grows and gives away over 15,000 free, 4-15’ tall trees, each year (nearly 175,000 since 1993) for planting on public or nonprofit land. Their 20,000 tree nursery in Creve Coeur Park is also home to a demonstration rain garden, arboretum and greenhouse where trees are cultivated from seed collected from State Champion trees and hard-to-find native, Missouri species.
Wendy manages the marketing and development aspects; planning special events, writing grants, and running donation campaigns. Prior to joining the nonprofit world she was the sales and marketing manager for a $22M division of DMI. She has an MBA from Emory University and a BA from the University of Pennsylvania.
Wendy is married with 2 children, and 3, 4-legged children. In her spare time she enjoys water sports and occasionally sings with a classic rock band. She is President of the Ladue High School Parent’s Association, an AFP member, and previously volunteered with The Women’s Safe House and Foster and Adoptive Care Coalition.
More about Claire and her business
Neteffects features a team of talent scouts, opportunity facilitators and business solution specialists that serve as a conduit for connecting people professionally. Since its founding in 1995 the company has placed thousands of people in consulting careers all across the world, specializing in technology roles.
The firm has evolved over the years, and though its roots are still firmly planted in recruiting, Neteffects has expanded its consulting business to better serve its clients. With the launch of the company’s new Technology Solutions division, increased business process and talent solution services, Neteffects is positioned to meet the needs of the evolving job and people capital market.
Claire, as the firm’s CFO, works to ensure sound financial solutions and processes are implemented to support the company’s growth. She proudly asserts that “Neteffects is such a great company to work for; it is truly hard to call it work. Great people, terrific leadership, ethical, stable and fun. What more could a gal ask for?”
Extra Help, Inc. is a workforce management company offering HR solutions customizable to client’s needs including recruiting, staffing and payroll.
Sara oversees daily operations in St. Louis and Montgomery, AL., and works with other leaders on strategic growth plans. Most recently she started a technical division geared towards growing local talent through exposing recent high school and college graduates to technical internships and entry level positions called Code World Order.
Sara competes in BBQ competitions with my husband, Brian and is a foodie and home remodeling addict. She considers Friday nights at the race track a good time and loves to spend time at their cabin. Sara lives each day to the fullest, because life is too short for anything else!
Other organizations: MKSSA – State Board member; Host Committee – Boys & Girls Table for Four Luncheon; 2014 Top Executives – Small Business Monthly and Business Mentor – Highland Entrepreneurship Program. To add your profile to the roster, contact Tom Teasdale at firstname.lastname@example.org
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