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I'm the founder/CEO of LOI English. LOI English is an edu-tech company that teaches English to more than 10,000 students in 138 different countries.


Current Position

Founder/CEO

LOI English

City

Whitefish

County

Flathead

Specialty Areas
  • Education
  • Entrepreneur/Business Owner
  • Technology
Skills

Language Education, Project Management, Recruiting/Team Building, Accounting/Bookkeeping,


More Information:

Leadership Experience

I founded LOI English in 2009 and became the CEO. I lead a team of more than 35 teachers, techies, financial gurus and others. My team is completely distributed and I have learned to hire, train, and manage a fully distributed team. I lead the company in our philosophy and methodology and our goals for the future.

I’ve grown the company from 2 teachers to 35 teachers and from 10 students to more than 500 actively engaged students. I’ve helped create the vision for our teaching platform and continue to help guide the technological advances in our platform.

How I Want to Participate in PowerHouse

I’m interested in connecting with more Montana women entrepreneurs and businesswomen to gain advice, create a support network, and share my experience as a ‘mompreneur’

I’d love to have coffee chats in person or via Skype with some other Montana women that are actively engaged in running their own businesses. I’d love to discuss many topics from hiring, to accounting, to growth management and work/life balance. As a mompreneur I’m always looking for ways to simplify my life and business while continuing our growth and success. I’d also like to discuss what it means to be a start-up in Montana where funding isn’t as readily available.

Other Information

I am born and raised in Montana. I love this state and all the benefits of living a simple life here. I enjoy spending time with my family, skiing, hiking, climbing, biking, and gardening. I’ve also become an avid winter runner and I love winter. As a mompreneur I’m trying to find what many women are looking for, a work/life balance. I’m ambitious with my company and believe it can grow exponentially but I don’t want to lose sight of what’s most important in my life.


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