Author: San Antonio Woman Editor

Role Model: Katie Kinder DeBauche

DIRECTOR OF INDIVIDUAL GIVING FOR THE SAN ANTONIO FOOD BANK Katie Kinder knew early on that she wanted to make a difference, and it was important to her to work with others to achieve something today that they weren’t able to do yesterday. DeBauche’s dad, David Kinder, calls San Antonio home. “I am an only child to my mom, Suzette Patton, and dad, David Kinder. I am also close with my step-dad, Tim Patton, and step-mom, Vickie Kinder. My parents and Tim are well-respected attorneys here in Texas.” After attending Saint Mary’s Hall, Kinder went on to earn a...

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Guys to Know: Sean McNelis

ATTORNEY, RETAIL ENTREPRENEUR A graduate of St. Mary’s Law School, Sean McNelis is the founder/owner of McNelis & Associates, a firm that specializes in construction/real estate law in relation to commercial and public projects. He has recently represented prominent construction companies such as Guido Brothers and Kopplow Construction in high-visibility projects, including the DoSeum, a Witte Museum addition and the ongoing Botanical Garden expansion. His entire legal career has been in this field, starting with a couple of associate positions in construction litigation at two different firms, followed by six years as shareholder and team leader for Matthews and...

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Spotlight: Brooklynn Chandler Willy

CEO & FOUNDER OF TEXAS FINANCIAL ADVISORY PHOTOGRAPHY BY JANET ROGERS Name: Brooklynn Chandler Willy Company: Texas Financial Advisory Title: CEO and founder What do you do? I acquire clients, manage money, pay bills and referee employee issues. I’m also a radio show host for the Texas Financial Radio show that airs every Sunday at 1 p.m. on KTSA 550 AM. Length of time at this job: I have been there since January 2008 What is it that you like best about your job?   There is no ceiling.  I can make it as big as I can dream....

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According to Linda: The Power of Connections

POWER OF CONNECTIONS Many of you reading this article have received my monthly Linda’s Connection Corner e-communique that links onto my blog of the month. For three years beginning in August 2013 my focus was on the Power of Connections. There was a specific power for every month, and then I repeated the same powers each year, with a new twist. I brought to an end my power blogs at the end of this third year, taking a hiatus for two months to plan my next adventure. Upon the suggestion of several people, I’ll share some pearls of wisdom...

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Marketing In Today’s World

FOUR LOCAL LEADERS DISCUSS THEIR JOURNEYS AND GUIDING PRINCIPLES BY JENNIFER BARTLETT PHOTOGRAPHY BY ELIZABETH WARBURTON The lion’s share of our lives is spent sitting behind a desk communicating through a screen. We no longer have to leave our homes to shop, pay bills or even purchase groceries, and our cumulative daily “screen time” really starts to add up. While online communication has put the world at our doorstep and access to people almost anywhere, it has also led to our increasing isolation from the world, as we often find ourselves sitting alone in a room, tapping on a...

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