Heather leads HCK2 with more than 20 years of marketing and business management experience. She does it all, from strategic brand positioning and encouraging a collaborative team culture to overseeing all of the day-to-day operations. She was the agency's first employee back in 1998 and purchased it in 2004, and has been growing the firm ever since. Heather has a passion for building client relationships and creating new opportunities for continued growth through ongoing education and knowledge sharing.
She believes and lives by her core values: Growth, Integrity, Charity and Balance. Between her two daughters and six pets, she still finds time to be involved in numerous professional and nonprofit organizations. Heather is a part of the Hope for the Brave advisory committee, serves as a board member for the Nancy Lieberman Foundation, and held several board positions for the Entrepreneurs' Organization Dallas Chapter, including communications chair, integration chair and membership quality.
Hanging at the Water Cooler
Ahhhh, just about any red wine.
Would you rather have 6 puppies or a 3-legged cat?
Raising two daughters!
#1 on your bucket list?
Own and operate an animal rescue organization.
Would you rather be a fly on the wall for Titanic or the first man on the moon?
First woman on the moon!
Heather's Blog Posts
There are few opportunities I cherish more than those involving the professional development of women entrepreneurs. When asked to speak at the Mary Kay Women’s Entrepreneurship Summit, I immediately thought of the women who influenced me and helped me achieve success in my career. I started as a young entrepreneur with the dream to one day own my own business.
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Every year, members of Entrepreneurs for North Texas(EFNT) gather on September 11 to help a community in need to "honor lives changed on 9/11/01 by changing lives today," as EFNT's slogan says so well.
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"Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is to not stop questioning."
- Albert Einstein