Eunice J. Hart became a solopreneur back in 2002. Prior to that, her career had been spurred by a natural curiosity. "Can't I do this myself?" has been an ongoing conversation she's had ever since her undergrad years at Memphis State University (now The University of Memphis). Her easy ability to let words flow on the page earned her a degree in Journalism and a short career as a newspaper journalist. While at Memphis, she picked up desktop publishing and, after being asked to occasionally utilize this skill, she began working in Advertising Production Design for The Kroger Co. When she felt the different daycares, she enrolled her son in weren't meeting the mark, she wondered if she could use her design and writing skills to work from home and do pre-k prep herself.
Once she officially decided to become a solopreneur, she immediately realized the internet is where she should market her skills and she needed her own website. So, she taught herself to design and code HTML websites. This also included customizing and installing the many different platforms needed such as bulletin boards, guest books, photo galleries and blogs, starting with Perl and ending in PHP. Over the years, she has worked for small tech firms and public relations consultants, helping their clients put their professional foot forward. By 2008, she began exploring the world of Social Media and how it can benefit a business. This knowledge, as well as her writing skills, earned her a position in the Marketing Communications department at Southern College of Optometry.
With over 15 years in the marketing and communications field, Eunice has always held a special place in her heart for small businesses and entrepreneurs. She's encountered many people who come to the realization that they need an online presence but, are unsure about the who, what, where, when, why and how of it all. She can never say no to someone with a dream who needs help making it happen -- even if it's only giving them advice on the phone or by e-mail. She feels her calling is to make sure those with small budgets get the same chance at fulfilling their dream as those with $1 million budgets. At the very least, they can get a soft launch with a plan for bigger things in the future.