JESSICA TAYLOR @ CURVACEOUS GIRL EXPO LAS VEGAS AUGUST 17TH


Hey Curvies!

Author Jessica Taylor will be present at the Curvaceous Girl Expo 2014 Las Vegas on August 17th from 11am to 3pm. For more info please visit http://www.curvaceousgirl.com or  http://www.eventbrite.com/e/curvaceous-girl-expo-2014-tickets-10320832889?aff=eac2.

 

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Author Jessica Taylor is an “Shift Making” Leader and The CEO of The Queen Esther Enterprises. She has an exceptional background in finance, beauty, and project management. Jessica has unraveled her life experiences so that she can answer the mandate that is on her life to take women and teen girls through the purification process of the mind, body, and soul.

Jessica has received many awards while in her career in Finance (Employee of The Month,
Employee of The Year, VP of Branch Management Sales Award, Star of The Week, Star of
The Month, Who’s Who In banking, Women’s Advocate Leader just to name a few) and has
climbed the corporate ladder to become an VP of Retail Sales in Branch Management. She
has been ranked #2 in the State of Indiana for Investment Sales and #9 in the entire
company. Jessica has been gifted in so many areas; especially that of the beauty field.
Jessica is a hairstylist and a professional makeup artist for over a decade. She currently
freelances for makeup giants MAC Cosmetics and Bobbi Brown Cosmetics. She is now a
Independent Beauty Consultant for Mary Kay Cosmetics.

One entity of The Queen Esther enterprises is The Queen Esther Book Club. Jessica is an
aspiring author. Her book, “NO MATTER WHAT…You CAN Make It” is set to be released on
Amazon and Barnes and Noble.com January 2014. This book is sure to inspire the masses
and let one know that they can OVERCOME!!..Her radio show, The Queen Esther Book Club
will have it’s first show May 21,2014..Because of the extreme hardships that Jessica has had
to face and have overcome, such as being homeless and in an abusive relationship(s), she
loves to give back. She has developed a coaching program, “Ettiquette Fit For A Queen” for
women that are ex-offenders, homeless, LOOKING TO CHANGE THEIR CURRENT
SITUATIONS, or in battered womens’ shelters/ facilities.

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