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Kelly Le Good Morning Ladies! "In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes"-Ben Franklin Even though Franklin had it right, tax free investments are out there, and you don't have to be a member of Wall Street Elite to access them. In fact, they should be part of your investing strategy, because at the end of the day, tools like tax-advantaged investments are one of the few things you can directly control. It's pretty hard to avoid paying taxes on your paycheck. But there are all kinds of way to pick up money that the Internal Revenue Service can't touch. Come and join me on the financial Seminar this Saturday 4/30 at 5:45Pm at Tyson Corner address 8229 boone blv suite 638, Vienna VA 22182. Learn the investments strategy you need to create wealth, protect assets and minimize taxes. Please email me Kelly.le.pfa@gmail.com or text 240-274-7139 me if you're interested in coming so I can keep head counts. As of now we are expecting around 100 people. Best, Kelly
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    Careen Carlton
  • Mar 23, 2016
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    Careen Carlton Here is your invitation to Beauty and the Bucks at Morgan Stanley in DC! Join me as we propel forward! http://eventbrite.com/tickets-external?eid=23249402589&ref=etckt Women achieving their greatest potential, look their best, be their best, exceed excellence, and be better than they conceived. This Seminar aims to help women, entering or who are already in the workforce. Woman and Corporate can be a great mix, just have the courage to be your own boss, be that person. We will achieve greatness, and assist you with the insight and tools to help you become leaders in your respective fields. For more information call 301-312-0363 or email info@careencarlton.com One Attendee will be the recipient of a free hair service at a notable salon
  • Mar 23, 2016
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    Tammy L.S. Wright Seeking your support of this awesome conference!
  • Mar 21, 2016
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    Kelly Le Hello Ladies, Just to reminder event is tomorrow! Detail is below. Location: 8229 Boone Blv suite 489 Date & Time: March 11th at 6:30pm I'm hosting a financial seminar to help anyone who wants to learn about financial industry. There are major changes in the financial industry and the new concepts will change the way you think about investing, protecting and preserving your assets. The topic of this seminar is How To Win The Money Game! I have a special guest speaker who's in the financial industry for a long time. Currently making close to $800k a year. She will share with you how she make it there and how this concepts have changed her life and many others. In this financial seminar, you will learn: -One of the greatest revolution in the financial industry. -How to obtain retirement income tax free -How to achieve true income for life tax free -How to avoid coming financial crash -Learn while you earned income in the financial industry. Refreshments will be provided! Please email or call me directly if you are interested in attending so I can reserve seat for you. Kelly.le.pfa@gmail.com cell: 240-274-7139 Hope to see you ladies there! Kelly
  • Mar 10, 2016
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    Tammy L.S. Wright ARE YOU READY TO DITCH YOUR LIPSTICK? LipSense lasts up to 18 hours, not tested on animals, Glutenfree, non GMO, lead free, no wax, anf awaiting for you to take it home! Contact me today at ABCFitnessConnection@outlook.com place your order or to become a distributor.
  • Mar 07, 2016

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    Tammy L.S. Wright info@abcfitnessandspa.net

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    Director, Corporate Philanthopy
    Job Summary:   Directors contribute creative, dynamic, and forward-thinking thought leadership and service. They identify and develop relationships, services, products and activities that provide clear value to Council members, attract new members, and generate revenue. They focus on building, expanding and deepening relationships with members around pertinent thematic priorities and networks, both inside and outside the philanthropic sector. They are held accountable for renewing members in their portfolios.   The Director-Corporate Philanthropy serves as the Council’s primary liaison with corporate philanthropic leaders.  (S)he works on an array of issues pertinent to Council corporate members and develops relationships with potential new corporate members. The Director – Corporate Philanthropy also has responsibility for integrating aspects of corporate philanthropy across the Council and among other Council members.  (S)he will work with the Council’s marketing, research, member relations, communications and public policy teams, as well as outside partners such as funders, funder networks, regional associations, corporations, and consultants to create opportunities that serve Council members and the philanthropic field. All members of the Member Relations Team share knowledge about members and the worlds around them and are trusted thought leaders in the philanthropic field.   Duties and Responsibilities: Identifying, developing and stewarding collaborative relationships with corporate members to amplify the importance of philanthropy, specifically corporate philanthropy and its impact. Accountable for renewals and recruitment of corporate members to the Council. Developing and maintaining productive relationships with a wide range of networks (including corporations, placed based organizations, funder networks, regional associations, think tanks, universities, diversity networks, and others). Anticipating and responding to Council members’ needs, developing products and services that address members’ needs, and identifying opportunities for Council members to incorporate Council products and services into their work. Developing and executing strategies and activities that create revenue streams for the Council. Advancing the Council’s convening and community building role, including dialogues, events and presentations to key audiences; identifying and securing the participation of individuals from other networks with specific emphasis on networks that develop and support corporate philanthropy. Ensuring that continued knowledge about members, their networks and their needs is integrated into the ongoing development of Council gatherings, online communities, research, public policy work, and other educational and leadership-development services and activities by including additional networks in these various events. Contributing to and leveraging a member-relationship management system that facilitates solid knowledge of member information, contacts, interests and the like; extracting information that can be used in the identification of networks and the fashioning of the relationships with them. Identifying additional opportunities to take advantage of emerging trends that will benefit the robustness of the Council’s network, its partners’ networks and feeding those opportunities into the broader Council team. With the Council team, creating and tracking success metrics for the network approach and conducting continuous evaluation in line with those metrics. Developing and facilitating communities of practice through the Philanthropy Exchange, as needed. Working cross functionally with colleagues throughout the Council, including but not limited to members of the public policy, network, member experience, marketing, research, finance, partnerships and communications teams. Works cooperatively, respectfully, and collaboratively with other employees; functions as a team player; and accepts constructive suggestions for improving job performance from supervisors and managers. Performs other reasonably related duties as assigned Education and Experience: Required - Bachelor’s Degree and six or more years of experience with progressive responsibilities including business development experience. Preferred - Master’s degree and/or 3+ years mid-level corporate experience with emphasis on non-profit tax law and/or international public policy. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: A well-developed professional network or practitioners in the fields of corporate philanthropy and corporate social responsibility. An understanding of global philanthropy and public policies that affect global philanthropy. The ability to make intellectual connections between issues quickly and effectively. Excellent writing skills, with an ability to create compelling, persuasive narratives that are strategically focused. The ability to spot trends and gather and analyze insights from networks and translate that information into opportunities that support the Council. Demonstrated good judgment and strong negotiation skills Strong project management skills Strong analytical skills, as evidenced by experience with drawing insights from data and making decisions accordingly. Experience with strategic planning and, product/service development Ability to function in a dynamic environment Ability to work productively in an ambiguous environment Demonstrated ability to work effectively and sensitively with a broad range of diverse groups Excellent listening and communication skills, balanced and reasoned approaches to problems, ability to inspire trust and confidence, and flexibility and openness to differing points of view.
    Director, Corporate Philanthopy
    Job Summary:   Directors contribute creative, dynamic, and forward-thinking thought leadership and service. They identify and develop relationships, services, products and activities that provide clear value to Council members, attract new members, and generate revenue. They focus on building, expanding and deepening relationships with members around pertinent thematic priorities and networks, both inside and outside the philanthropic sector. They are held accountable for renewing members in their portfolios.   The Director-Corporate Philanthropy serves as the Council’s primary liaison with corporate philanthropic leaders.  (S)he works on an array of issues pertinent to Council corporate members and develops relationships with potential new corporate members. The Director – Corporate Philanthropy also has responsibility for integrating aspects of corporate philanthropy across the Council and among other Council members.  (S)he will work with the Council’s marketing, research, member relations, communications and public policy teams, as well as outside partners such as funders, funder networks, regional associations, corporations, and consultants to create opportunities that serve Council members and the philanthropic field. All members of the Member Relations Team share knowledge about members and the worlds around them and are trusted thought leaders in the philanthropic field.   Duties and Responsibilities: Identifying, developing and stewarding collaborative relationships with corporate members to amplify the importance of philanthropy, specifically corporate philanthropy and its impact. Accountable for renewals and recruitment of corporate members to the Council. Developing and maintaining productive relationships with a wide range of networks (including corporations, placed based organizations, funder networks, regional associations, think tanks, universities, diversity networks, and others). Anticipating and responding to Council members’ needs, developing products and services that address members’ needs, and identifying opportunities for Council members to incorporate Council products and services into their work. Developing and executing strategies and activities that create revenue streams for the Council. Advancing the Council’s convening and community building role, including dialogues, events and presentations to key audiences; identifying and securing the participation of individuals from other networks with specific emphasis on networks that develop and support corporate philanthropy. Ensuring that continued knowledge about members, their networks and their needs is integrated into the ongoing development of Council gatherings, online communities, research, public policy work, and other educational and leadership-development services and activities by including additional networks in these various events. Contributing to and leveraging a member-relationship management system that facilitates solid knowledge of member information, contacts, interests and the like; extracting information that can be used in the identification of networks and the fashioning of the relationships with them. Identifying additional opportunities to take advantage of emerging trends that will benefit the robustness of the Council’s network, its partners’ networks and feeding those opportunities into the broader Council team. With the Council team, creating and tracking success metrics for the network approach and conducting continuous evaluation in line with those metrics. Developing and facilitating communities of practice through the Philanthropy Exchange, as needed. Working cross functionally with colleagues throughout the Council, including but not limited to members of the public policy, network, member experience, marketing, research, finance, partnerships and communications teams. Works cooperatively, respectfully, and collaboratively with other employees; functions as a team player; and accepts constructive suggestions for improving job performance from supervisors and managers. Performs other reasonably related duties as assigned Education and Experience: Required - Bachelor’s Degree and six or more years of experience with progressive responsibilities including business development experience. Preferred - Master’s degree and/or 3+ years mid-level corporate experience with emphasis on non-profit tax law and/or international public policy. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: A well-developed professional network or practitioners in the fields of corporate philanthropy and corporate social responsibility. An understanding of global philanthropy and public policies that affect global philanthropy. The ability to make intellectual connections between issues quickly and effectively. Excellent writing skills, with an ability to create compelling, persuasive narratives that are strategically focused. The ability to spot trends and gather and analyze insights from networks and translate that information into opportunities that support the Council. Demonstrated good judgment and strong negotiation skills Strong project management skills Strong analytical skills, as evidenced by experience with drawing insights from data and making decisions accordingly. Experience with strategic planning and, product/service development Ability to function in a dynamic environment Ability to work productively in an ambiguous environment Demonstrated ability to work effectively and sensitively with a broad range of diverse groups Excellent listening and communication skills, balanced and reasoned approaches to problems, ability to inspire trust and confidence, and flexibility and openness to differing points of view.
    Attorney
    Overview   The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is looking for the best and brightest to join our team. Our mission is to protect investors; maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets; and facilitate capital formation.  A career with the SEC offers work that is exciting, challenging, and rewarding. You can contribute to securities regulation and enforcement while making a positive difference for the American investing public.   The General Counsel is the Chief Legal Officer for the Commission and heads the Office of the General Counsel (OGC).  The office provides a variety of legal services to the Commission and staff, and is divided into the following groups: Appellate, General Litigation, Adjudication, Legal Policy, and Business/Technical Support.  A position is currently available in the Appellate group.  Duties                      Prepare briefs and other court documents representing the Commission in appeals from district court enforcement actions, Commission adjudicatory proceedings, and Commission rulemakings.   Present oral argument in appeals from district court enforcement actions, Commission adjudicatory orders, and Commission rulemakings.   Prepare legal interpretations, legal memoranda, and other advice for the Commission with respect to difficult, complex, and/or novel legal problems.   Qualifications J.D. or LL.B. degree and active membership of the bar in good standing in any state, territory of the United States, the District of Columbia, or the commonwealth of Puerto Rico. (Note: proof of bar membership will be required before entry on duty). At least four years of appellate experience. Superior academic credentials. Superior writing ability.   Desired Skills: former U.S. Court of Appeals clerks.    To Apply   To be considered for this opportunity, please send a cover letter and resume to GCResumes@sec.gov.   For assistance generally, please contact the Office of Minority and Women Inclusion at (202) 551-6046 or omwi@sec.gov.  
    Attorney
    Overview   The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is looking for the best and brightest to join our team. Our mission is to protect investors; maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets; and facilitate capital formation.  A career with the SEC offers work that is exciting, challenging, and rewarding. You can contribute to securities regulation and enforcement while making a positive difference for the American investing public.   The General Counsel is the Chief Legal Officer for the Commission and heads the Office of the General Counsel (OGC).  The office provides a variety of legal services to the Commission and staff, and is divided into the following groups: Appellate, General Litigation, Adjudication, Legal Policy, and Business/Technical Support.  A position is currently available in the Appellate group.  Duties                      Prepare briefs and other court documents representing the Commission in appeals from district court enforcement actions, Commission adjudicatory proceedings, and Commission rulemakings.   Present oral argument in appeals from district court enforcement actions, Commission adjudicatory orders, and Commission rulemakings.   Prepare legal interpretations, legal memoranda, and other advice for the Commission with respect to difficult, complex, and/or novel legal problems.   Qualifications J.D. or LL.B. degree and active membership of the bar in good standing in any state, territory of the United States, the District of Columbia, or the commonwealth of Puerto Rico. (Note: proof of bar membership will be required before entry on duty). At least four years of appellate experience. Superior academic credentials. Superior writing ability.   Desired Skills: former U.S. Court of Appeals clerks.    To Apply   To be considered for this opportunity, please send a cover letter and resume to GCResumes@sec.gov.   For assistance generally, please contact the Office of Minority and Women Inclusion at (202) 551-6046 or omwi@sec.gov.  
    Attorney
    Overview   The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is looking for the best and brightest to join our team. Our mission is to protect investors; maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets; and facilitate capital formation.  A career with the SEC offers work that is exciting, challenging, and rewarding. You can contribute to securities regulation and enforcement while making a positive difference for the American investing public.   The General Counsel is the Chief Legal Officer for the Commission and heads the Office of the General Counsel (OGC).  The office provides a variety of legal services to the Commission and staff, and is divided into the following groups: Appellate, General Litigation, Adjudication, Legal Policy, and Business/Technical Support.  A position is currently available in the Appellate group.  Duties                      Prepare briefs and other court documents representing the Commission in appeals from district court enforcement actions, Commission adjudicatory proceedings, and Commission rulemakings.   Present oral argument in appeals from district court enforcement actions, Commission adjudicatory orders, and Commission rulemakings.   Prepare legal interpretations, legal memoranda, and other advice for the Commission with respect to difficult, complex, and/or novel legal problems.   Qualifications J.D. or LL.B. degree and active membership of the bar in good standing in any state, territory of the United States, the District of Columbia, or the commonwealth of Puerto Rico. (Note: proof of bar membership will be required before entry on duty). At least four years of appellate experience. Superior academic credentials. Superior writing ability.   Desired Skills: former U.S. Court of Appeals clerks.    To Apply   To be considered for this opportunity, please send a cover letter and resume to GCResumes@sec.gov.   For assistance generally, please contact the Office of Minority and Women Inclusion at (202) 551-6046 or omwi@sec.gov.  
    Attorney
    Overview   The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is looking for the best and brightest to join our team. Our mission is to protect investors; maintain fair, orderly, and efficient markets; and facilitate capital formation.  A career with the SEC offers work that is exciting, challenging, and rewarding. You can contribute to securities regulation and enforcement while making a positive difference for the American investing public.   The General Counsel is the Chief Legal Officer for the Commission and heads the Office of the General Counsel (OGC).  The office provides a variety of legal services to the Commission and staff, and is divided into the following groups: Appellate, General Litigation, Adjudication, Legal Policy, and Business/Technical Support.  A position is currently available in the Appellate group.  Duties                      Prepare briefs and other court documents representing the Commission in appeals from district court enforcement actions, Commission adjudicatory proceedings, and Commission rulemakings.   Present oral argument in appeals from district court enforcement actions, Commission adjudicatory orders, and Commission rulemakings.   Prepare legal interpretations, legal memoranda, and other advice for the Commission with respect to difficult, complex, and/or novel legal problems.   Qualifications J.D. or LL.B. degree and active membership of the bar in good standing in any state, territory of the United States, the District of Columbia, or the commonwealth of Puerto Rico. (Note: proof of bar membership will be required before entry on duty). At least four years of appellate experience. Superior academic credentials. Superior writing ability.   Desired Skills: former U.S. Court of Appeals clerks.    To Apply   To be considered for this opportunity, please send a cover letter and resume to GCResumes@sec.gov.   For assistance generally, please contact the Office of Minority and Women Inclusion at (202) 551-6046 or omwi@sec.gov.  
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