PRLog - May 2, 2014 - SURPRISE, Ariz. -- Gleason Consulting Group, LLC, raised $450 for the Southwest Autism Research & Resource Center (SARRC) at ICON14, the annual conference hosted by Infusionsoft, the creator of the leading sales and marketing software for business, held April 23-25. In exchange for a $10 donation, Janette Gleason, founder of Gleason Consulting Group, gave contributors a copy of her book, Confessions of a Mompreneur.
Gleason Consulting Group raises $450 for autism organization.
Having a child with autism, Gleason is dedicated to helping others gain a better understanding for the disorder. Not only will increased awareness aid families in recognizing the signs of autism in their loved ones, it will also help other people be more compassionate when they encounter children or adults with the disorder. In her book, Gleason shares the personal struggles she and her family went through with their son, not knowing he had the disorder and finally getting the diagnosis. Today, their son is thriving and Gleason says that she is “more patient, more compassionate, stronger and wiser because of him.”
Janette Gleason, a certified consultant, Arizona-based entrepreneur, coach, speaker, author, and working mom, continues her lifelong mission of empowering people to achieve their goals. With her award-winning sales and marketing automation expertise, she offers entrepreneurs effective strategies for creating campaigns that grow their businesses. For more information about her, visit http://www.janettegleason.com.
The SARRC is a nonprofit, community-based organization dedicated to autism research, education and resources for children and young adults with autism and their families. SARRC undertakes self-directed and collaborative research projects, serves as a satellite site for national and international projects, and provides up-to-date information, training and assistance to families and professionals about autism and related disorders. For more information about SARRC, please visit http://www.autismcenter.org.
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