click to find out more Andrea and Jenn developed Eye for Design with a desire to help veterans while creating unique furnishings. While hosting painting workshops for the general public, they will also employ Veterans to use therapeutic painting techniques to finish “rescued” furniture pieces.conocer chica murcia
Read Full Article Eye for Design is located at 246 Milledge Rd just on the edge of the Harrisburg Community. Together with several other business and churches in Harrisburg, they will bring awareness to the community about the real struggles of PTSD, while helping Vets enjoy a better quality of life.https://craniumapparel.co/lisobact/5091
site de rencontre platonique Jennifer Tedesco Ellis is an Augusta native and resides in Richmond County. Ms. Ellis graduated from the University of Georgia with a BFA. She has an extensive interior design portfolio, delivering projects across the southeastern United States and abroad. Ms. Ellis has served as the president and the nonprofit re-granting chair for the Greater Augsta Arts Council. Inspired to turn her passion for interior design into a business that inspires and helps others, Ms. Ellis became devoted to growing Eye for Design with Ms. Borden. A volunteer for various nonprofits and a member of the Legacy Garden Club of Augusta, Ms. Ellis continues to expand her love of the arts by promoting local artists and craftsmen.
a2 rencontre femme Andrea Borden is an Augusta native and Columbia County resident. Ms. Borden graduated from the University of Georgia with a Bachelor’s in Child and Family Development. A social worker for University Hospital and Kentwood nursing facility for 10 years, Ms. Borden is very excited about merging her therapeutic skills with an art environment. Andrea has always been passionate about helping others and is eager to collaborate with local businesses who support Veterans. Ms. Borden’s empathy for Vets has grown over the past few years while she has learned more information on PTSD. She is a member of the Legacy Garden Club of Augusta and regularly volunteers for several non-profit groups in the CSRA.