company is based on the belief that our customers' needs are
of the utmost importance. We are committed to meeting those
needs. As a result, a high percentage of our business is from
repeat customers and referrals.
Bossé-Smith has over 25+ years experience in corporate America
as a leader and change agent. She held key positions in
multi-million dollar companies such as Vice President of
Marketing, Marketing Director and Key Accounts Sales Manager.
1996, she has served a variety of clients nationwide through
her own business, which she is President. She is known for her
performance on and off the stage. She has the unique ability
to engage her audiences (or clients) in a manner that empowers
them to great heights both professionally and personally.
is the author of seven published books, has written for national
magazines and newspapers, been a guest on live radio shows and
appeared on live national television programs. She is a Certified
Professional Behavior Analyst (CPBA) and Consultant, Certified Professional
Motivators Analyst (CPMA), Speaker, Executive Coach and Fitness
Professional, listed in the 2000 Who's Who of Entrepreneurs and the
2005 Who's Who Among Female Executives.
holds a B.S. in Business Administration with minors in Marketing and
Communications. She is dynamic, high energy and helps companies and
people be great!
welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver you the best
service in the industry.
Concept One, Inc. your success both professionally and personally is
important to us. We only win when you do!
Virginia Bowen has been interested in writing since she was
a child. While her careers took her to
a wide variety of environments and businesses, one constant was that of proofreader and
editor for written materials, including time in law firms, where excellent
proofreading skills are a matter of utmost importance.
She spent over 20 years in the entertainment industry including stints at law firms and music publishing companies. Concurrently, she was building her knowledge
of animal behavior, another childhood love.
She has experience writing and editing in arenas from computer technology to general science to a non-profit launch extravaganza.
In addition to being a canine behavior specialist and trainer, she holds a certificate of completion of a 200-hour
course in Animal Welfare Science from eCambridge University, with a special
emphasis on equine welfare. She is
currently working toward her B.S. and M.S. in Companion Animal Behavior
Science, Equine Emphasis.
She lives in Kerrville, TX with her two donkeys, one mule, and one Quarter Horse, as
well as her two dogs. She has written
for Examiner.com as their Austin Horse Examiner, and is now writing also on a
wider range of topics for Suite101.com.
Gail Fallen's diverse career path as a writer, radio talk show host, journalist, and network television producer has taken her around the world to satisfy her inquisitive nature and adventurous spirit.
In addition to her freelance and consulting business in public and media relations, Gail was recently named special events manager at the Candlelight Dinner Playhouse in Johnstown, CO. She was formerly an award-winning talk show host and executive producer on 600 KCOL Mornings, Northern Colorado's number one news/talk morning radio program from 2003-2011. Gail penned a high-tech research column for the Denver Post for several years, and was news information director for Colorado School of Mines for 11 years.
One of her favorite "they really pay me to do this?" career (ad)ventures was as a network television producer for the award-winning series, "Encounters with the Unexplained." In that capacity, she conducted inverviews from between the paws of the fabled Sphinx, explored the Great Pyramids with an Egyptian tribal elder, experienced the oddities of crop circle formations in England, and dove with hundreds of spinner dolphins in Hawaii as research for a program on dolphin intelligence. (And, yes, in terms of functioning effectively within their environment, they're probably a heck of a lot smarter than humans!)
An avid golfer, Gail has hacked her way through many of Colorado's most scenic courses. She's an advanced scuba diver, and enjoys wakeboarding, skiing, and snowboarding. A former ski instructor, Gail was also a competitive bodybuilder, and the overall winner of the Rocky Mountain Iron Man Natural competition in 1995. She's the proud mom of two Shih Tzu's, Heedo and Gizzy.
Jesscy Heimer is a dynamic business woman, with experience
spanning many fields. Jesscy is a life-long entrepreneur, who strives to
make her passions her business. She has traveled the globe making music,
building businesses, and experiencing as many cultures as she possibly can.
Her diverse background includes horse training, online and appreciation
marketing, cultivating entreprenuership, dog rescue, musicianship, natural
healing, and much more. Jesscy has been writing songs and poetry since
she was a small child. She thrives on entrepreneurship, creating her
first business model at age eight.
Jesscy graduated with a degree in Alternative Medicine &
Herbology in 2001, and uses her talents as a healer on a daily basis.
Although she chose not to pursue a career in medicine, she has done an
excellent job creating business around this and a few of her other passions.
She is the owner of membership sites for Natural Horsemanship, Herbology,and
travel and singing, where her members can educate themselves and explore their
passions at a deeper level. Jesscy is truly dedicated to helping others see the
"art within" and thrives on being able to help others shine in their areas of
Jesscy is a firm believer in the gift of giving back to the world,
and practices this concept assuredly. She currently lives in Paradise
Valley, Montana with her horses and dog, and continues to spread sunshine where
ever she goes.
Kevin Medina is a life-long marketing entrepreneur with numerous successes under his belt. Following a five-year tenure as a senior account executive at KOA Radio in Denver, he founded his first advertising agency in 1995. Within five years, the agency became one of Denver's largest, representing both local and national companies. The agency managed over $8 million in annual media placement and generated $200+ million in new revenue for its clients. In 2003, Kevin sold his firm to launch Mile High Sports Magazine and Mile High Sports Radio. As CEO, he took the company from start-up to $6 million in sales within four years. After an eight-year run at Mile High Sports, Kevin was longing to venture back to the advertising agency business where he could pursue his passion of helping businesses grow, and launched the Denver Marketing Group.
Kevin believes in giving back to his community. He has served on numerous non-profit boards throughout his career. Currently, Kevin is the Past-Board Chair for Jeremy Bloom's Wish of a Lifetime, and Board Chair of the Butterfly Pavilion in Westminster, Colorado.
Christa Schreckengost received her BA in English with a concentration in
creative writing from the State University of New York. She is now working
toward her MA in Graphic Design and Professional Writing at the University of
Houston Clear Lake.
In the past, Christa worked for the International Education Center at SUNY
Fredonia, where she designed and produced a monthly newsletter and organized
educational events. Currently, she works as a freelance writer. She’s been
published in Coast Magazine in
Galveston. She is also a photographer for The
Island Guide—Galveston’s monthly entertainment guide.
She is an avid writer of poetry and magical realism. She presented her
first chapbook in 2008 at a public gala. Her poem “Devi” was published in the
literary magazine The Trident in
2009. A selection of her poems won the Mary Louise White award in 2008. She
received the Rosa Parks award for a poetic exhibition on cultural pluralism in
Never one to sit still, Christa moved from her home in Pennsylvania to attend
school in New York and moved to Texas not long after graduation. She lived in
India during her study abroad and has traveled around Turkey. She wants to make
it to all 50 States. A trip to Alaska will complete the journey!
Christa shares her home with two beastly black kittens she saved from somecurb-side bushes. She calls them her “murder machines.” They can be found
sleeping on either her or her computer whenever she is reading or writing.
Marion Terrell has been writing since she was in her early teens – poetry, short stories,essays, and later in her career – training programs, computer user guides, and
marketing materials. Her focus is on non fiction for business and general
After majoring in English and French literature at the University of Pennsylvania, Marion embarked
on a career that has included writing, editing, and training design and
development. The various industries she has served include healthcare and financial
services, real estate development, and computer hardware and software
She jokes that she was ‘born with a red pencil in her hand’,
with a natural talent for proof reading and re-phrasing.
She specializes in presenting technical subjects to
non-technical audiences, particularly in the fields of communications
engineering, computer science and medicine. In addition to this work, she has
designed, written and produced marketing materials and brochures for a variety
Some of Marion’s
writing and editing work includes:
A dialysis training manual (author)
A cookbook for diabetic patients on dialysis(co-authored with a nutrition expert)
Two complete sets of User Guides, Quick StartGuides and Reference Manuals
Multi-media training programs for end users ofnew computer systems
Sales and marketing proposals for complexscientific and technical products/services
Sales and marketing brochures and proposals formultiple business products and services
Marion has studied graphic design and photography, and particularly enjoys
incorporating her desktop publishing and photographic skills into her projects
Marion lives in Southern California with her husband Bob, and beloved
animals. Her children and grandchildren live close by.