Janis Moore | President and CEO of The Growth Coach of Santa Ana Janis Moore has more than 30 years of experience as a business leader within Fortune 100 corporations and non-profits in the retail, transportation and technology fields. She has undergraduate degrees in mathematics and engineering as well as a Master’s degree in business administration. She also has a Leadership Excellence certificate from Cornell University, a SPIN Selling Certification from Southern Methodist University’s COX School of Business, and a Business Excellence Certificate from Harvard Business School. She also has SHRM-SCP and PHR Certifications.
Janis, who lives in Riverside and has three children – Gabriel, Kennedy and Kendall, has been recognized repeatedly for her volunteerism and leadership with Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.; Jack and Jill of America – Atlanta and North Texas Chapters; Big Brothers Big Sisters – Lone Star; Girl Scouts of America; and Who’s Who in Black America. She is currently on the board of The Inland Ivy Foundation serving Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.
Lisa Holmes | Vice President of The Growth Coach of Santa Ana Lisa Holmes has more than 30 years of human resources and business ownership expertise as well as a Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Human Resources from Lindenwood University. Her broad function knowledge, strong business acumen and communicative style has made her the sought after Human Resources leader and coach for Fortune 500 companies, privately held businesses and start-up organizations within diverse industries.
Lisa lives in Greater Los Angeles with her husband, James, and daughters Brea and Halle. She’s also a member of the Girl Scouts and serves in a leadership role with Jack and Jill of America – Santa Clarita/Antelope Valley Chapter.
Our revenues are up 30% while our expenses have remained steady. This has allowed our profitability to increase nicely. Before beginning the program, I was
working at least two hours every evening following dinner. Since I started the
program I have not worked a single
weekend and only rarely during the