A little toy cash register. A great aunt’s garment factory. A home-based sewing business. An eye for design. Dana’s story could begin at any number of starting points in her life, but ask her where it really starts, and it always goes back to her family and her faith.
Launching her first small business in the 80’s, Dana was an early pioneer in what is now emerging as a growing trend: female business owners who choose entrepreneurship in order to balance the role of mom and the role of businesswoman. In fact, long before the term “mompreneur” was coined, this is exactly what Dana embodied.
And now, thirty years and three successful businesses later, this is still how Dana nurtures balance and purpose in her business, by integrating a dedication to family and faith with her talent for creating beautiful spaces: celebrating the home, family, and life.