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  • I have always loved solving problems. As a child, I would work on puzzles for hours and create intricate worlds using just paper, tape and colored pencils. Creating and designing has been my focus ever since I can remember. That passion grew stronger during a summer spent in San Francisco where I visited a gallery hosting a graphic design exhibit.

  • When Aly Luccari walks into a messy space, she doesn't see clutter or chaos; she sees an opportunity to help drive change in a positive way through professional organizing. Aly Luccari is the owner and sole proprietor of Bright Organizing Solutions, LLC, a professional organizing company that takes the stress and worry out of everyday life at work and at home. Based in Buffalo, New York, Bright Organizing Solutions is a woman-owned business that specializes in creating customized spaces for individual homes,

  • Mary Nutting

    Mary Nutting is Owner & President of CorTalent, a national recruitment consulting firm located in Minnetonka, MN. Mary helps growing companies find, select and retain top talent with an emphasis on culture and values fit. CorTalent’s expertise is in manufacturing & distribution, technology and sales as a discipline across all industries. CorTalent’s services include search, recruitment process training and consulting, talent assessment, and orientation & onboarding.

  • Fran Vaughan

    Before arriving in Buffalo, in 1989, Fran was an IRS volunteer income tax preparer (VITA) and prepared returns for military families living overseas. Upon settling in the Buffalo area Fran spent four years as a “top performer” preparing taxes and teaching aspiring tax preparers how to prepare tax returns for a “big box” tax chain. It quickly became apparent that it was time to create FMV Tax Professionals to better serve individuals, small business and not for profit tax clients 

  • Shawn Karol Sandy

    Some women start writing their future stories very young. For Shawn Karol Sandy, her leadership and sales skills began to bloom in the third grade when she started wearing a suit to school one day a week and tried to hold meetings on the playground. “I didn’t know why I wanted a suit – just that I needed a suit. I had some important things to say and do. I wanted an audience to hear me and a group to lead.” Finding her voice and communicating her value has been a constant theme in her life

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