With the holidays and the arrival of the New Year, many of us think about giving back to our community. Finding a way to incorporate giving, with already busy schedules, can be very difficult. Luckily, Kellee Wip and Cheryl Toste have found a company that helps them succeed with both professional and personal goals with Moms Making Six Figures.
“As an executive in the corporate world, I had the demands of being a good employee, but my heart wanted to be a better mom,” explained Wip, “I was a mom who didn’t even know who I was, and I didn’t even have time to think about giving back to my community.”
Moms Making Six Figures is a company dedicated to bringing moms home to their lives. There is often an internal struggle with working moms who desire more time with their families and stay-at-home moms who are looking for ways to still earn an income. Moms Making Six Figures enables women from all backgrounds to find the balance between those two worlds.
“As an expecting mom, I am so blessed to work from home so that I am able to truly enjoy my pregnancy while still earning an income,” said Toste, “The icing on the cake is that I am also able to give back to my Las Vegas community.”
Moms Making Six Figures was founded four years ago in San Diego and expanded into Las Vegas in early 2012. The company is a marketing organization that was created to represent one primary business and now has over 50 moms who are able to work from home on either a part-time or full-time basis.
Both Wip and Toste spent time working in traditional corporate roles but are now able to set their own hours to work around their home schedules. With Moms Making Six Figures there is no party planning, no inventory, no risk and the company also has a nonprofit component.
“I feel so blessed to be a part of an organization that promotes philanthropy,” said Toste, “I believe that giving back to the community is extremely important, and I can’t wait to show my daughter the importance of giving to others.”
To learn more about Moms Making Six Figures, please visit momsmakingsixfigures.com.