Woman on a Mission: Sheriff Susan Pamerleau

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Sheriff Susan Pamerleau guides Sheriff’s Office into the 21st century On July 17, the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office held a job fair to attract more women into the law enforcement profession. At the morning gathering at the Region 20 Educational Services Center, where the event was held throughout the day, some 65 potential job applicants […]

It’s good to be the boss

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Three women find success owning franchised businesses Many women fantasize about leaving the world of 9-to-5 and becoming their own boss. Dreaming and doing are two vastly different things, however, and leaving an established career with a steady income to start from scratch can be scary. The following women bit the bullet and followed their […]

Women in Business: Serving Seniors

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Taking care of elderly is a rewarding profession for these women Growing older is a part of life, albeit one that many of us look to with a combination of fear and trepidation. We worry about our health, quality of life, finances and other issues that accompany the golden years. The women in this month’s […]

Guys to Know – John Melleky CEO, Fiesta San Antonio Commission


San Antonians love Fiesta, but they may not realize how much planning, fundraising and hard work it takes to make the annual fest a fun and successful celebration for all who participate. While the individual events are run by various nonprofit organizations – currently about 100 – it has been the job of the Fiesta […]

Business Woman Spotlight: Helen Velesiotis

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Helen Velesiotis Owner, President and CEO Taco Taco Café What do you do? I manage all aspects of my business. Length of time at this job: 15 years. What is it that you like best about your job? Creating food and serving people. Education/Major: Business school. What career path led you to where you are […]