Professional Bio: Transforming the Lives of Others Through the Power of Connections.

Ginger’s 25+ years of work experience spans several industries to include Business & Career Consulting, Sales & Advertising, Food & Beverage, and Insurance. She is the Regional Director for the Southeast division of The Referrals Group and is passionate about connecting people to help them realize success in both business and personal development. Ginger holds a Leadership MBA with Liberty University, and is best known for transforming lives through the power of connections. When she’s not wearing her business hat, she enjoys cooking, reading, music, traveling, and blogging.

OK – now let’s really talk:

During the summer of 2011, I decided to take a leap of faith, quit my full-time job and return to school full-time to pursue a degree I didn’t finish from the early 90s. It’s been a challenging, interesting journey. My social circles have changed drastically, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, just different, as I find myself in another season of life.

Being a full-time student gave me the opportunity to really engage in the world around me on a different level. Simplicity became my way of life and frankly, I still prefer it that way. I found a certain solace in being able to step back and just breathe and relax from the rat race of the old business world I had become accustomed to. I now face my work with a new outlook and a refreshed sense of ownership. I love to contribute to the success of others and watch as they grow and learn and embrace their talents and dreams.

It is my desire to share some information about professional, personal, and spiritual development and join others on the journey of an abundant, healthy, simple, productive life.

2 thoughts on “About”

  1. To be thrilled by the stars at night..reward of the simple life. Amen! Discovered that in Africa! I like checking out people’s website’s from the Spiritually Unequal blogs when I see the name underlined. Nice Ginger.

    1. Thanks Joanne – I would love to go to another country. I have some good friends who are pastors from South Africa. I’m glad you’re part of the SUM community – it’s a good one.

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