She considers a field and buys it; out of her earnings she plants a vineyard; She sets about her work vigorously; her arms are strong for her tasks. (Proverbs 31:16-17 NIV)
Verna V. Nickelberry’s entrepreneurial track record is such that she doesn’t wait for people to approach her to inquire about ways in which they can appropriately expose their gifts and talents.
She’s destined to create opportunities for them.
Golden opportunities, to put it more precisely.
“Not sure if I have a competitive drive,” Nickelberry told Making Headline News this week during its advanced Woman Thou Art Loosed Virtual Experience coverage leading to Bishop T. D. Jakes’ annual event that will take place October 15-17. “I wanted to create a business or businesses that my family could work or someday my grandchildren could take over if they wanted to. Now I just like helping others, seeing that if I can create a company, they can too.”
The company to which Nickelberry is alluding is VeMaShe Enterprise LLC, her Atlanta-based media venture that was established in 2005.
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By 2008, Nickelberry had witnessed the startup of Ordinary People Magazine, which is accompanied by the awe-inspiring slogan, “Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things.”
For Nickelberry, an alumna of Memphis Northside High and LeMoyne-Owen College, her fervent rise to entrepreneurship success comes amid humble beginnings.
“I can remember my English teacher inspiring me to read my first John Grisham book and feeling that someone else was rooting for me…not that I wasn’t already spending my summers at the neighborhood library,” Nickelberry recalls. “But she introduced me to a whole new world. It is my desire to do introduce others to (what I deem) a ‘Whole New World’ is some capacity.”
MORE ON ORDINARY PEOPLE: https://www.ordinarypeoplemagazine.com/
To her credit, Nickelberry has done a masterful job of introducing to the masses a “Whole New World.”
A business endeavor that accommodates people and groups ranging mostly in ages 35-and-up, Nickelberry emphasized, among other things, that those below that strategic age bracket could greatly benefit from the variety of notable services VeMaShe Enterprise LLC has to offer.
Generally, her venture is widely regarded as a media company, one that customarily offers print media, book publishing, and event producing, among other entities.
Also, Nickelberry’s VeMaShe Enterprise LLC has become a fixture for producing what is known as the Annual OPM Servant Awards, an event that honors individuals, non-profit organizations, and corporations that routinely give back to their respective communities.
Interestingly, the Annual OPM Servant Awards’ featured honor is The Sylvester Bowens Lifetime Achievement Award, a bestowal that’s given to someone who has served their community for many years. The recipient must be at least 50 years of age or older, organizers for the OPM Servant Awards said.
A VeMaShe Enterprise LLC company that is starting to attract a global presence, Nickelberry’s Ordinary People Magazine has grasped the attention of audiences as far as in New Zealand.
“Just the fact that someone outside of the U. S. has read our publication is exciting,” said Nickelberry, whose company still has solid working rapports with people and groups in the greater Atlanta area, although she currently resides in Memphis.
As Nickelberry explained, no one inspired her to move forward with establishing a company that, much to her delight, has brought her a considerable amount of success.
“Actually, my business found me,” Nickelberry said. “I accepted it reluctantly. I’m so glad I said ‘yes’ to the call.
MORE ON NICKELBERRY’S VEMASHE ENTERPRISE™: https://www.facebook.com/VeMaShe/
A God-orchestrated call that’s centered primarily on created opportunities for others.
Golden opportunities, to put it more precisely.
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For more information about Atlanta-area Businesswoman Verna V. Nickelberry of VeMaShe Enterprise LLC, or to schedule her for a public appearance or speaking engagement, call 901.949.3409 or connect with her via social media at: http://facebook.com/vernavnickelberry; http://linkedin.com/in/vnickelberry; http://www.pinterest.com/vemashe2opm08; http://twitter.com/Vnickelberry; http://instagram.com/vemashe. Also, send email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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