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Christel DeHaan

Once you’ve endured hardship, crossed borders, and achieved the riches of the classic American Dream, what do you do next?

Some people might sigh happily, sit down by a pool with a tropical cocktail, and watch the world go by.

Not Christel DeHaan.

She is ranked #18 on Forbes magazine’s 2016 Self-Made Women list. But the co-founder of wildly-successful Resort Condominiums International, Inc. (RCI) has never been one to rest on her laurels. She is an active proponent of social responsibility, sharing her wealth with arts organizations in her adopted U.S. hometown of Indianapolis as well as her alma mater, the University of Indianapolis.

Most of all, though, DeHaan helps children. Severely impoverished children. In India, South Africa, Mexico, and yes, in the United States. Her drive to break children out of the cycle of poverty could be rooted in her own humble childhood, her mother’s belief in feeding disadvantaged neighbors despite their own hardships, her Franciscan convent education – or all three.

Growing up, the young girl often fantasized about living in the United States. She headed to England in her late teens to work as a nanny and hone her English language skills. When she returned to Germany, she landed a job at a U.S. Army base and there she met her first husband, an American G.I. Her dreams became reality as she crossed the Atlantic and landed in the United States in 1962.


Tina Aldatz

Walking the road to success in high heels can be painful. For Tina Aldatz, whose feet were badly burned on hot coals when she was a child, it used to be excruciating.

Did that stop the fashionable Latina from wearing the latest stilettos while pounding the pavement in New York City? Absolutely not. Aldatz was on a mission to succeed.

She didn’t have to look far to find her million-dollar niche, either. It was right in her Jimmy Choos.

As the eldest daughter of a physically abusive Mexican drug dealer and a high-living mom who used the family’s food stamps to buy alcohol, Aldatz learned entrepreneurship – and resilience – early in life. She lived in the gang-dominated Crenshaw neighborhood of South Central Los Angeles, and often had to sell candy to kids at school just to feed herself and her two younger siblings.

Aldatz wasn’t one to wallow, and building her reputation was important to her. Her strong work ethic brought her up the ladder through various retail positions until she landed her dream job: selling at Victoria’s Secret.

As soon as she could, she took in each of her younger siblings and step-siblings, one by one, to provide them with a stable and loving home. But her innate resourcefulness shined brightest when she seized an opportunity to get a job transfer to New York.

Other interviews and business and empowerment articles included in this issue!

  • Kym Yancey: Happiness, Giving, and the eWomen Network
  • Create a Better Work-Life Balance and Increase Productivity and Happiness
  • 3 Simple Steps to Get Away From the Time-For-Money Business Model
  • Create an Influential Signature Brand Message Your Ideal Client Can’t Resist
  • And much more!

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