About us

jeanneJeanne organizes activities and strives to accomplish goals, from being top sales for a fundraiser to graduating college with a double major.  While working in the corporate world she ensured that her creativity and drive were balanced. Planning events came as a natural progression.  Holiday parties at the office and Themed kick-off events became Masquerade Balls and Tea Parties to embrace the community. With years of volunteering with various non-profits, Jeanne has worked on committees to plan community events.  Working with customers is at the core of the jobs held by Jeanne, her first job as a cashier at Publix taught her to focus on the customer and the importance of a smile. Moving onto a customer service and then management role within the mortgage industry helped hone her organizational skills and ability to analyze and adapt quickly.

Jeanne is married and has one daughter. They share their home with a menagerie of pets, a beagle, cocker spaniel, turtle, tortoise and a leopard gecko, never a dull moment on the home front. She is a native Floridian and spends time exploring our beautiful state. In addition, she is actively involved in Girl Scouts, mentoring girls from elementary to high school. She has been awarded the President’s Volunteer Award for achieving over 100 hours of community service. In her spare time, she can be found curled up with her e-reader, watching her daughter bowl or spending time out with friends.

About us.

AnnAnn is a leader in planning of local volunteer and Girl Scout events through Brandon, Florida since 2006 and in many other locations before that. She is one of the first to raise her hand and step up to the plate, and one of the last to leave, making sure every single details has been taken care of before she considers her job finished. Volunteering and helping organize events for military family readiness groups, church groups, and local families soon led to planning them for Girl Scouts, youth groups, and other programs. Growing up as a Girl Scout taught Ann to leave a place better than she found it, while being in the top 10 of her graduating class showed her how to work hard for what she wanted. When Ann served in the military, she learned punctuality and precision; when living as a military wife, she learned unpredictability and spontaneity. All of these virtues and more are needed when planning and volunteering events for communities, organizations, businesses, and families.

Ann is married and has three daughters. After exploring the country one military base at a time, her and her family have settled down here in the Tampa Bay Area. She is actively involved in Girl Scouts and attends church in Temple Terrace. In her spare time, she loves to geocache, cross-stitch, and read. She loves to do crafts, decorate, and plan your events.