Jessica Greiss

 

Jessica Greiss, just a girl from a big city living in a small town wanting to make a difference in her community. Greiss was born and raised from Albuquerque, New Mexico. In January 2009, she needed a change so moved to Orlando, Florida and participated in the Disney College program. That February, Greiss met her now husband of 9 years. He was a boy from a small town living in a big city. After living together in New Mexico, they moved back to Florida where they lived for a few years. After living in New Mexico and Florida, Greiss and her husband decided they wanted a slower paced lifestyle, and decided to settle down and start a family in Kutztown, Pennsylvania. With all of the moving around Greiss never finished college, which lead her to feel like a “failure.” Little did she know she didn’t need a degree to be successful.

Being a stay at home mom of two beautiful little girls, Greiss longed for something more than diaper changes and never-ending laundry piles. Nearly 5 years ago, she was introduced to a clothing line called LuLaRoe…not knowing the impact it would have on my life! One Sunday morning, she was super frustrated trying to get dressed for church. Nothing seemed to be fitting her postpartum second baby body. She slipped on a LuLaRoe Nicole dress she had purchased at a friend’s party. Instantly Greiss felt like she found my confidence again! She knew just then, that this is what she wanted to do – to help women feel beautiful, confident, and comfortable.

Fast forward 4 ½ years to now and Greiss can proudly say she is a successful business owner. She has built a team of fellow retailers to do the same. Greiss continually grows in her business as she follows my passion of serving the community through fundraising. She helps women find clothes they are confident and comfortable in. This in return, gives mher the ability to continually make monetary donations to numerous organizations. Greiss thrives off knowing that what she does makes a difference.

Being an entrepreneur gives Greiss the flexibility to be available for all of her girls activities and school functions. She can work on the go which allows herr family to travel for extended amounts time in their camper, which they LOVE. It allows her to network and meet thousands of amazing women. Greiss realizes now that she didn’t need that college degree to be “successful.” She just needed the perfect dress, faith, and lots of coffee!