Due to health and safety concerns for our members, we’ve decided to postpone our next two Brunch and Learns. We’re looking forward to having these events in the future and will keep you posted on rescheduled dates.
Expected take-a-ways from today's presentation.....
1. Understanding the need for safer design and products
2. The importance of interprofessional networks.
3. Designs and product ideas that can change your clients' world.
4. Who is the Living in Place Market.
5. How to sell independence and Dignity, Without Talking About It!
6. Three steps to success.
Speaker Name: Geniene Haack, CLIPP & Pamela Isetts, BBA, CLIPP
Geniene Haack, CLIPP
Geniene has had many opportunities to use her unique organization skills to better serve her comunity throughout the years. She has served as an office manager for a non-profit, worked in educational settings, and volunteers her time and energy to other projects like the local foodshelf. Since 2014, she has worked with Peter Haack at Homestyle Builder to aid and support their customers. Geniene provides a compassionate listening ear (a shoulder when needed) and offers their customers assistance/guidance while choosing fixtures and finishes. Genine completed her CLIPP in 2019 and is happy to use her training to better help Homestyle Builder’s customers.
Pamela Isetts, BBA, CLIPP
She has a bachelor’s degree in Buiness Administration, is a Certified Living In Place Professional (CLIPP) and is a member of the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA). Pam works as an independent contractor and consultant promoting kitchen and bath products and interior finishes to the housing market on a national level. Pamela is the VP of Business Develpment for Isetts Consulting and works with a Midwest marketing group promoting cultured marble bath products. She has held the position of National Sales & Marketing Manager for a major cabinet company and has worked in sales design and sunsulting serving the hosing industry throught her career. Pam’s experience in the industry has opened many doors to working with architects, general contractors and healthcare professionals to provide the platform necessary of accessible and safe housing for all individuals, regardless of their age.
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