Today we are taking a break from our regular Teacher Entrepreneur Profiles to give you a chance to catch up on any Profiles that you’ve missed in the last few months. The Profiles below are some of the most popular we’ve ever had. I hope you enjoy them.
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Julie Rupp of ACN – Julie spent several years as a music teacher before she joined ACN to start growing her own online business. In this conversation she shares her experiences in education and business. You can find out more about her business on her website.
Teresa Crow of Imagineniglass.com – Teresa is a long time educator who has turned her love for stained glass into a significant enterprise. Check out the video as she shares her experiences in education and as an entrepreneur. Be sure to check out her website.
Sandi Masori of Balloon Utopia – Check out the interview to find out how Sandi went from being a first grade Teacher to being America’s Top Balloon Expert making over 60 television appearances, including The Today Show. Be sure to check out her website
Rebecca Walker of Trades of Hope – Rebecca is a compassion entrepreneur with Trades of Hope. She shares her experiences in education and in business as well as the outstanding mission of Trades of Hope. For more info check out her website
Lowell Griffin of Dwelling In History – This interview is the first of a two part series with Lowell and Margaret Griffin of Dwelling in History. They have taken their interest in history and combined it with their teaching skills to create a very unique business. As a former drafting teacher Lowell uses his CAD skills to design models of historically significant dwellings. Margaret uses her skills as a former classroom teacher and published author to write the assembly directions for the models and to provide a summary of the history of the dwelling.
Margaret Porter Griffin of Dwelling In History – This interview is the second in a two part series with the owners of Dwelling in History. In this interview we will hear from Margaret Porter Griffin. Margaret uses her skills as a former classroom teacher and published author to write the assembly directions for the models and to provide a summary of the history of the dwelling.
Renee Rupp of Norwex – Renee started using Norwex products as a solution to a problem in her home and became such a believer in the product that she decided to become a Norwex consultant. Check out the interview to find out how her experiences in education helped her be a better entrepreneur. Check out her website to learn more.
Tammy Laughner of Vimmie Learning – As an educator with 30 years experience Tammy has seen many initiatives come and go. With Vimme Learning Tammy has taken the best of what she has learned and created a robust online learning platform that empowers students to build a strong academic foundation.
Ryan Clancy of Bounce Milwaukee – Ryan was a long time teacher in the Milwaukee Public Schools before becoming an entrepreneur. Make sure to click on the link below to read the epic letter that Ryan wrote to Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker after Walker congratulated Ryan on the award Bounce Milwaukee received for being a great place to work. If you’ve followed education in Wisconsin at all in the last few years you know that Scott Walker knows nothing about how to treat employees or how to create a great place to work. Ryan just couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share some insights with Walker. Ryan Clancy’s Epic Letter To Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker
Steve Gillis of TeachOnlineLikeAPro.com – Steve has a Master’s Degree in distance education and is an excellent resource for anyone looking to cash in on the lucrative online learning market. Steve is a long time Teacher Entrepreneur and has some great advice. Check out his website to learn more.