How can businesses continue to survive and thrive during difficult times? Whether it is the global COVID-19 pandemic or any other economic crisis, businesses will come at a crossroads where they will either feel helpless and frozen in fear or they will remain strong and persevere past those obstacles.
Professional development is the lifelong evolution of your career. Whether you’ve just started a new job, you’re a veteran in your industry, or you’re switching fields, professional development will always be a key proponent of your career journey and your success.
Ashley Kretzschmar is a graduate of Oklahoma State University with a B.S. in Business Administration and graduate of the University of Phoenix with a Master’s in Business Administration. She resides in Aledo, Texas.
With parents’ busy work schedules and their children’s extracurricular activities, quality family time can be more elusive than ever before. Attending kids’ sporting events, watching a movie together, or visiting a park can be nice, but they may not provide much opportunity for parents to model values and create stronger bonds with their children.
So, what would allow families to spend time together, but in a more meaningful way?
We love seeing families giving back! Ashley Kretzschmar and her two children recently raised $1,000 and collected food to donate to Center of Hope. We are so thankful for their giving hearts. You are never too young to give back!
You can also help families and individuals in need in Parker County by giving to a local non-profit. To give to our Families of Hope fund, …
Hi! My name is Ashley Kretzschmar and I am a graduate of Oklahoma State University with a B.S. in Business Administration and graduate of the University of Phoenix with a Master’s in Business Administration. Currently, I work for Regeneron as a thought leader liaison and I reside in Aledo, Texas. I am a top sales and marketing key account representative with 14 years of pharmaceutical experience in bio …
Many of us are stressed enough as is when it comes to taking care of our own physical and mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re doing our best to keep the virus at bay by wearing face masks, social distancing, …
The COVID-19 crisis has led to a lot of financial instability — not only for companies that are struggling to stay afloat as mandatory lockdowns are imposed, but also for individuals and charities as the number of people out of work tops 22 million.
At one time in the not-so-distant past, companies took a more sweeping approach to market their products — that meant putting their offerings in publications and other media that they believed best represented their target customers.
In this day and age of COVID-19, volunteering, and other forms of community support — albeit at a safe social distance — are now more important than ever. Food, soap, water, and shelter are several of life’s necessities that we often take for granted.