Ms. Quesinberry is a Metropolitan Washington DC native, who graduated from Surrattsville High School in Clinton Maryland. As a teenager, she was active in sports and political debates. A 4-H Club Treasurer, she performed both hunt seat and western pleasure equestrian events throughout the metropolitan area until marrying USMC (United States Marine Corps) member and having five children. Years later, after divorcement for irreconcilable differences, Donna was once again independent. When she left with her five little people aged 8, 5, 4, 3 and 5 months old at 11:00 at night – she carried away only blankets and pillows, $20.00 and a car she earned working on medical records remotely while in San Diego. It was a do or die situation and the only course of action was to “do.” And, she did.
For a number of years thereafter, Ms. Quesinberry navigated through entry-level college courses in dentistry and microbiology with some interest in Recombinant DNA (at SDSU [San Diego State University]) before transitioning to a more practical Court and Conference Reporting program (in Santa Barbara County at Clark College of Court Reporting). At Clark, Donna worked up to 225 wpm stenography skills while studying Business English, Critical Analysis, Medical and Science Terminology among "other" requirements. She also worked for Rancho Oso Resorts as an Assistant Manager in beautiful San Marcos Pass in Santa Barbara.
Missing Washington DC, Donna transferred to Strayer College (then under former ownership) and brought her five children back east to get to know extended family. Unfortunately, Strayer College lost accreditation in Court Reporting prior to Ms. Quesinberry’
As a mother and part-time student, Ms. Quesinberry also had career goals and worked two and three jobs simultaneously. She began– incorporating her “No-Fear” inVirtual Work Way of Business Model® as often as possible as an Independent Management Consultant to mitigate time away from her family while maintaining an ability to earn decent wages without a middle-man. She also performed site work in both Washington DC and Tyson's Corner with varied titles ranging from Junior Lobbyist to Mortgage Securities Executive Assistant and Court Reporter before transitioning to straight-line Technical Communicator and Proposal Manager where she often provided ghostwriting for Senior Executives and SES (Senior Executive Services) level industry leaders.
Donna’s natural affinity for "remote work," was defined in the 1980's and refined in the 1990’s. Her work resulted in some of the first "NexGen" Telework e-news publications on the Internet. In both lobby and Telework pursuits, Ms. Quesinberry was involved with the global climate. She aided development of some aspects of the initial Earth Summit and follow-on green initiative models. dpInk: DonnaInk Publications has been speaking green since then and many dpInk undertakings are “revolutionary”
Often regaled in the ‘90’s as out of sync by some or visionary by others, Ms. Quesinberry knew businesses and government agencies and services eventually were going to embrace inVirtual and Remote Client Solution ideals as business models. Gridlock, gasoline, electricity and water shortages, etc. are causing a quick outmoding of on-site work. In her impromptu presentation, Donna shares a "No-Fear" approach to business growth and diversification deploying business Zen while incorporating inVirtual Business Models among book and contract services support she proffers. dpInk: DonnaInk Publications, as a woman-owned, small business, delivers common sense inVirtual business solution services support.
Join in the discussion as Donna speaks about dpInk’s “No-Fear” in business growth and diversification:
1) dpInk Book Nook
2) dpInk Federal and Commercial Contracts
With a belief in the managed packaging of content for her end Clients, Donna’s business achieves both book and contract industry centric-business practices. dpInk delivers Business Zen and the Power of NOW through an Eagle Estate comprised of planning efficiency, which taps into Zen inVirtualism, branding and image management, green initiatives, new Connectivism, SNS (social network services), semantic web and other futurist change management understood and promoted in today’s marketplace by the savviest of business professionals. With a finger on the VaaS (Virtualism-
New books on the dpInk landscape include:
• Air Force One: The Final Mission, by Joel and Michael Cohen (reprint by permission)
• Book Marketing in a Post-Modern World, by Donna L. Quesinberry
• Business Development Enhancement through Virtual CRM (Customer Relationship Management), by Donna L. Quesinberry
• Business Zen the Power of NOW and the Eagle Estate, by dpInk: DonnaInk Publications
o Zen of Acquisition Management (quarterly series eBook)
o Zen of Business Development (quarterly series eBook)
o Zen of Capture Planning (quarterly series eBook)
o Zen of Commercial Contracts (quarterly series eBook)
o Zen of Electronic Submissions (quarterly series eBook)
o Zen of Federal Contracts (quarterly series eBook)
o Zen of Grants and Philanthropic Revenue (quarterly series eBook)
o Zen of Proposal Solutions (quarterly series eBook)
o Zen of Virtual Branding (quarterly series eBook)
o Zen of Virtual Procurement - Reducing the Carbon Footprint 1 Acquisition at a Time (quarterly series eBook)
o Zen of Virtual Teams (quarterly series eBook)
o Zen of Virtual Work Center (quarterly series eBook)
• By Any Means, by Saverio Monachino (reprint by permission)
• Waves of Joy, by Saverio Monachino (new release)
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A woman-owned, small-business management consultancy, dpInk: DonnaInk Publications delivers emergent media remedies for individuals, business start-ups, small, mid-size and Inc. 500 | Fortune companies. Featuring dpInk Book Nook and Federal | Commercial Divisions. Each feature an extensive service suite of services.