Pamela Powers Hannley: Small Business Owner

Did you ever notice that politicians often have “three things” to say.

“Three things” we campaign on, like– 1) economic reform and public banking; 2) equality and paycheck fairness; and 3) targeting opiates with anti-drug efforts.

And often “three things” to describe ourselves, like– 1) public health advocate, 2) small business owner and 3) communicator.

This blog post focuses on my experience as a small business owner.

Small Business Owner

Pamela Powers Hannley, small business
PQA promotional brochure and business cards

I have owned two successful small businesses during my professional career– Powers/Queen Associates (PQA) and Wind Dancer Design.

PQA was my communication consulting business. I was a freelance writer, photographer, and graphic designer from 1987-93 with many quality clients like the Arizona Cancer Center, the University of Arizona Foundation, Tucson Mall, Jones Intercable, TUSD, Great American Bank in Arizona and California, Tucson Lifestyle Magazine, and others. My niche was annual reports, and I won Silver Quill awards for annual reports, for writing, and for photography. I had clients who hired me because I could do everything related to producing a publication– writing, photography, design and print production management– and clients who just wanted one service– particularly photography.

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