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Ann McNeill, Founder
Ann McNeill, better known as “The Master Builder Building Stronger and Better Lives” is the President/CEO of the International Mastermind Association, an organization that helps people create work/life balance through goal setting. She is also the President/CEO of MCO Construction, which is the first African American female owned construction company in State of Florida.
Ann is also the founder of ‘The National Association of Black Women in Construction’. Ann is a conference speaker and has been featured in many newspapers and magazines including Success Magazine and the Miami Herald. She was also the cover story for USA Today, Black Enterprise, and ABC World News and has been featured on Channel 10. Additionally, Mrs. McNeill was honored in AT&Ts 2010 Miami-Dade County’s African American History Calendar for the month of September as an outstanding African American Achiever.Ann was also the US Department of Commerce’s Contractor of the Year Recipient and has a list of other outstanding achievements. Ann is also a co-host on 880 The Biz radio show called “The Business of Money”.
Ann married her college sweetheart, Daniel McNeill, 35 years ago. She has two daughters, Danelle, the oldest is known as the “Queen of Toastmasters”, and Ionnie, the youngest daughter has branded herself as “The Baby Billionaire”. She has a grandson, Malachi, who has authored his first book “The ABC’s of Technology”
Featured Member: Detroit Chapter Member Tylene Henry
Featured member is new NABWIC board member Tylene Henry MBA, Financial Representative. An entrepreneur, powerful change agent, and staunch advocate for socioeconomic parity, Tylene believes that her faith, character, and mindset of abundance have been the foundation of her continued success. Tylene has been referred to as the "follow up queen" as a result of her "3 P's" professional, patience, and persistence in developing relationships and access to resources necessary to create positive impact on the communities she serves. Tylene is president of NABWIC's Detroit Chapter and also leads NABWIC's Sponsorship Committee.
Learn more and contact Tylene Henry: C: 248.980.5498 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W:www.tylenehenry.com
Listen to interview with Tylene Henry on "NABWIC Talks" Radio