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Today it is our pleasure to introduce a new very special member who accepts our invitation to be among your lovely 7000 SuperStars.
She is a symbol of courage, resilience, dynamics, and leadership. She is a wonderful mother and an active manager with a highly esteemed company. Pls welcome Ms. Agueda (Agatha) Gomez, wish her all the best, and send her any message if you wish to. Here’s what she said:
1- Being a property manager is a heavy responsibility, would you like to explain to our youth how you planned to get to this position?
I didn’t plan it, I believe being homeless with 4 children in 4 different schools, it was necessary to find a job closed to All my children’s schools. I thank Bessie Jackson for giving me the opportunity to have a job and live in the property that I managed for 15 years and be able raise my children at the same time.
2- What kind of duties do you feel that encourage you to continue in this position?
Offering decent housing to low-income families like myself, so we can raise our children in decent neighborhoods.
3- What are the downsides of your job?
When you live in the property you work, you are not only their neighbor, you are an authority figure that you are here to enforce the rules and being a good neighbor.
4- If you weren’t a property manager, what would you like to be?
I still want to make a difference in people’s life and travel the world. I want to share my knowledge with everyone that is willing to learn.
5- What is your advice for students/youth who think of getting to a leadership role in our community?
Please don’t be afraid to be the best version of YOU at whatever you want to do. If one door closes, keep knocking there are 409 more door for you to try. Keep working hard and don’t give up. If you think nobody is watching your hard work and affords, you are wrong someone is watching and the payoff is 10 times than you imagine.
Until we chat again, there is still plenty of chatting with Ms. Agueda, with our hugs and kisses ❤