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TB Old Town-Mission Valley 4.30.2018

Kate Maistrenko

I’d love to share my story with you, because it’s not just a story about how I began painting. It’s more about how this country helped me to understand what I really want and to find the real me.I moved to the USA 2 years ago. I was born in a small town in Russia, then I lived in Moscow and worked in an office. Read more>>

L.V. stands for (Lourd Viernaliza) Manalo

I started in 2013 when I decided to finally take a leap and branch out on my own after assisting another wedding planner who’s been in the business for over 20 years. I was dedicated, motivated and wanted to go above and beyond.  Read more>>

Denisse Ypiña

In the summer of 2015, I found myself at a sales job that wasn’t a fit for me. In an attempt to turn things around, I looked for something I was lacking: sales training. A quick Google search revealed that Dale Carnegie of San Diego had local courses to choose from.  Read more>>

Melanie Esperon

Melanie Esperon was born as a natural Clairvoyant. She thought everyone saw as she did but quickly realized that she was a tad different. With that, she remained quiet and went along with the crowd. In her 20’s, she lived through a forseen tragedy of her love passing away where she was brought to a place of deep struggle and the only route left was to rise. Read more>>

Dr. Chantal Davis DACM, L.Ac.

I received my bachelors in sociology in 2000 and had no idea where to go from there. I knew having a career that I loved and that gave me purpose was of the utmost importance to me. I spent a couple of years traveling South America and Europe, waiting tables and then teaching English as a second language. Read more>>

Vanessa Alcaraz

Creating objects with my hands has always been apart of expressing myself. I am fascinated with how art and creativity makes me feel alive and inspires people to live with passion. I knew that my future career had to be apart of the art and craft legacy.  Read more>>

Lynda Toovey

I always loved the beauty industry. I loved the feeling of how pretty and confident you would feel after a makeup application, facial or haircut. When I was a little girl, I love role playing pretending to be a beautician or a teacher and my siblings were my clients or students. Read more>>

 

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