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© 2018, Angela Rakis.

ARE THEY STILL CALLED 'CLIENTS' WHEN THEY HAVE BECOME FRIENDS AND FAMILY?

Your business is very personal to you, and it is my mission to get to know you and your passion. Click the links to learn more about these businesses. I'm sure you will be inspired.

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As a small business owner looking to take my company to the next level, having Angela on my team has been invaluable. She is a true entrepreneur at heart and understands the importance of thinking big and acting small - getting great results by being creative and thinking outside the box. She leverages her network and relationships to bring value to her clients. I don't believe Angela would take on a client she didn't believe in because when you work with Angela, you feel she is part of your business family.             — Funlayo Alabi, Founder & CEO

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It has been a joy to work with Katerina Georgallas, who began her bakery business at DC area farmer's markets. Founded on a deep appreciation for heritage, culture and scratch made goodness, MASTIHA Artisan Greek Bakery specializes in assorted sweet and savory pastries, cookies, authentically crafted pita bread, hand stretched phyllo pies and other delectable items.  

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Angela brings a unique set of qualities to her work as a communications and public relations specialist. She is incredibly thoughtful when it comes to engaging a range of community interests. She is able to craft meaningful and authentic messaging that brings diverse stakeholders to the table and helps them think of problems and solutions in new ways.  She is creative and detail oriented, an excellent writer and editor and tenacious about moving complex projects forward. She's also a pleasure to work with and would be a huge asset to any effort.             — Natalie Avery, BID Council, The Javera Group

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Angela is intentional in the planning and goal setting for your business. She looks at you as a person and finds ways to allow your voice to shine through. By allowing clients to remain true to themselves, their business reflects a realness which I find invaluable.             — Tenja Young, Owner

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I teach the Hospitality + Tourism Management program at this girls school in Bladensburg, MD. This professional development course prepares the students for careers in all areas of hospitality. As a consultant, I'm often working alone. This rewarding opportunity allows me to continue to mentor and lead the next generation of women business leaders. Contact me if you need interns or would like to be a guest a speaker!

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