We asked folks we admire to tell us about what they want their legacy to be. Check out their responses below.

Kari M. Brooner | Landscape Architect, Business Owner and Mother

I think about my legacy often, especially as a single mother raising three daughters. I really believe we are all uniquely made with gifts and talents for us to use to connect, impact, lead, help, grow and truly love others well. My titles are “business owner”, “landscape architect”, and “mother” but those titles carry so much more than that. I love that my courage to own a business inspires people to take risk and creates connection with clients and colleagues. Read more>>

Florence Wadley | Florence Wadley | Founder of FloetryShoppe, HR Professional

I founded FloetryShoppe, a whimsical gift store of handmade or curated treasures, in late 2019 as a response to a COVID19 pandemic layoff. Since then the motivation behind my small, but growing business, is to emulate lessons from my mother around dedication, self-sufficiency, and family. Read more>>

Alicia Grieco | Yoga Instructor & Reiki Master

Throughout many chapters of my life I have often thought about what I would want to be remembered for. It’s apart of the human experience, self reflection. Asking yourself, how can I be a better person? For me, I would like to be remembered for being a HUMAN. Plain and simple as that may seem but if you really think about it being a human is very complicated. We are not one dimensional, we are multi dimensional, like a gemstone. We all are different and all have something to offer the world. Read more>>