Angela | Founder and Owner
We are more alike than you may think. We are passionate about our work. We care for the people we serve. We have big goals and desires. We strive for success. And through our collective efforts, we can achieve even more.
I grew up in a small town where I learned the value of integrity, reliability, commitment, and community.
Being the oldest child in a large and active family, efficiency, systems and organization were instilled in me at a very young age.
Many of my extended family members were entrepreneurs, owning highly-regarded local businesses, juggling side gigs (well before having a “side gig” was even a thing), and strategically balancing multiple seasonal businesses to provide year-round financial stability for their families.
For example, as a pre-teen, I vividly remember helping my Uncles mow lawns in the summer and shovel snow in the winter. Personally, I had summer jobs where I earned money that I saved up and mainly babysat during the school year for spending money.
Grand Rapids, MI where my husband and I raised our son and daughter, has a strong and long-standing history of entrepreneurialism and the community proudly supports local businesses in every way. Watching these business owners, including my husband and friends, juggle all aspects of running their growing businesses while working to provide value to clients and customers, made me realize how critical it is to employ systems, leverage automation, and build a dedicated support team.
That’s why I started RemotePro Collective, an online organization which allows me to apply decades of personal knowledge and experience as a business owner and advisor. Other entrepreneurs and small business leaders are able to realize their full potential by leveraging my skills, gifts, enthusiasm, resources and connections.
I believe that time is your most valuable asset, the key to success. When you’ve got friends, family, colleagues, partners, staff, customers and clients counting on you, every single minute counts.
What could you achieve and who would you serve if you had an extra hour per day, or even a few extra hours per week? How would you enjoy that time? Personally, I would spend some of it with my husband, David, and our children, supporting the community, getting in a workout, reading a book, catching up with friends, pursuing my pilot’s license or traveling. These are some of my favorite things, let’s work together so you can enjoy more of your favorite things.