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Mary Ellen Harden

Mary Ellen Harden

President

Wall Street Greetings, LLC

Lexington, KY

I am president of a corporate greeting card company, with strong skills in design and sales, and owner of Mellen Designs, a line of social stationery, gifts and invitations.

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art and design; writing; speaking; decorating; party planning; friendships; family; gift wrapping; gift giving; good movies; musical theatre; dance; music; fashion; small business; home: Lexington, Kentucky; a good book; a collection of bright colors.

Wall Street Greetings, LLC

President

The value of a handwritten note is increasing with every text message, email blast and social media post. Among the rapid pace of business there is no better gesture than sending a card to cultivate a relationship. It leaves behind all gimmicks and self-serving notions. Our designs make it easy and enjoyable to deliver the best of yourself with every mailed correspondence.

I want my work to make a difference in other's lives. I remind myself daily that a career in the paper industry is fulfilling a life-long dream, of just 30 years! Which leaves me excited to look back after the next 30 years.

Mellen Designs

Owner

As a self-taught artist my hand drawn illustrations are a nod to the south and capture my passion for bold colors and mixed patterns. Mellen is a line of social stationery and gifts sure to please vibrant ladies of all ages.

Mom

This defines my impact as well. I give all that I can to my little one, which includes working to reach my professional goals along with attending to the blessings of family.

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Lexmark International

Corporate Communications

Exposure to the corporate world was impactful in setting my career journey. During my two years as an intern I polished my skills and developed professional goals and aspirations. I was fortunate to gain support from outstanding women leaders that served as stimulating mentors.

University of Kentucky

Business Marketing and Public Relations

In one of my public relations classes during junior year, a professor remarked, "She's going to run a company one day," and what can I say? It stuck with me.