Paulette Preeshl-Shipp
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I am a wife, mother, spiritual intuitive, energy healer, graphic designer and natural wellness enthusiast.


Current Position

Owner/Intuitive Energy Healer

Soulisis

City

Havre

County

Hill

Specialty Areas
  • Entrepreneur/Business Owner
  • Design / Marketing
  • Arts - Visual
  • Consulting
Skills

Energy healing, spiritual intuitive, chakra balancing, graphic design, photography, essential oil education. Software/Apps/Programs used: Adobe In Design, Photoshop and Illustrator. Wordpress. Google Docs.


More Information:

Leadership Experience

A native of the north central Montana hi-line, Paulette graduated with a degree in Business from Northern Montana College (now Montana State University – Northern).  She started her career as a Billing Representative for Hill County Electric/Triangle Communications (HCE/Triangle) in 1994.  In 2006, she was given the opportunity to join their Marketing Department and became one of their Graphic Designers. Her work for HCE/Triangle went beyond graphic design to also include event planning, marketing, advertising, digital media and social media.  In June of 2016, she was called to start her own entrepreneurial endeavor and recently launched Soulisis (pronounced Sōl-ee-iss) which is part of her company, Wild Middle Child, LLC.  Soulisis is dedicated to helping women nurture, grow and awaken their true self through her intuitive energy healing and spiritual guidance services.

Other activities include:

  • 2009 – present  |  Owner, Wild Middle Child, LLC   |  Provides education on proper and safe use of essential oils
  • 2004 – present  |  Freelance Graphic Design and Photography
  • 2008 – 2010  |  North Central Montana Relay for Life Committee Chair

 

How I Want to Participate in PowerHouse

Paulette recognizes the value of women working together and helping each other grow and succeed.  Her goal with PowerHouse is to connect and network with other Montana women to share and foster ideas as well as collaborate with other women so that we can help grow our businesses.