Know you..

For my SME interview, I interview Rebecca Tippett. Becca has been marketing for a property management company (Rocky Creek Investments) for the past 20 years. Since its inception, she has been with the company and now handles things like a champ. Little back story, Becca was a stay-at-home mom of 4. This was a full-timeContinue reading “Know you..”

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Keep the Flame Alive

Hello all! My name is Jae Winchester. I have a bachelors in Entrepreneurship with a cognate in accounting from Western Carolina University. I am currently in my last year of obtaining my Masters’s in Innovation Leadership in Entrepreneurship. I am currently the Community Affairs Coordinator at Cherokee Central Schools and have been with the organizationContinue reading “Keep the Flame Alive”

Seed we Invest?

seedinvest.com is the crowdfunding site I decided to research.  This is what SeedInvest describes itself as: “SeedInvest is an investment platform that provides everyone with access to highly-vetted startup investment opportunities. Investing entities we serve include but are not limited to non-accredited individuals, angel investors, family offices, venture capital firms and funds, and institutional investors.Continue reading “Seed we Invest?”

Executive Summary

Cherokee Central Schools has around 1400 students from Pre-k through 12th grade. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality education while empowering the future leaders of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. We offer a unique educational setting where incorporating the Cherokee culture is one of the top priorities. We want to produce globallyContinue reading “Executive Summary”

Strategic Plan

Business Description: Cherokee Central Schools has around 1400 students Pre-k through 12th grade. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality education while empowering the future leaders of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. We offer a unique educational setting were incorporating the Cherokee culture is one of the top priorities. Mission Statement: Cherokee CentralContinue reading “Strategic Plan”