DeAnna Green Speaks At The Click-In Virtual Women’s Empowerment Summit
W.O.W! (Women.Of.Wealth) — Building Your Own Table
As we prepare ourselves for the new year, we seek to transition our thinking from pivot to launch. We are taking it a step further than the vision board, and we are developing a vision network. By joining forces with inspiring and innovative women from all walks of life, we equip ourselves to pioneer the unknown. The Click-In Women’s empowerment summit is your place to connect and grow. Join us as we speak with proven leaders in industries surrounding fitness, personal development, business and funding, and financial stability. All of these factors are essential if we are going to level up, no matter what stage. There is a cliché that says, “Information is Power” and we vow to share our sources. This full-day event will feature prominent women speakers and virtual networking opportunities. The focus of this summit is to empower women to live healthier, wealthier, and wiser lives by providing a platform where women can network, interact, learn and support small businesses. Our line-up of speakers include best-selling authors, multi-millionaires, financial experts, and so many other great women eager to share their experiences, advice, and wisdom. We’ll be closing out with a performance from the Grammy award-winning R&B group, 112. As we prepare for this epic event, I got the chance to pick the brain of one of our featured speakers, CEO and Realtor, DeAnna Green.
Dove: What is the hardest obstacle that you’ve ever had to overcome?DeAnna: Being a teenage mother at 16 and giving up (what I thought at that time) my biggest dreams and goals of being an Entertainment Attorney. That was the 1st time I had to learn what “pivoting” really meant. Taking lemons and making lemonade! I’m proud to call myself a teenage mother and show other young women that life doesn’t stop and how “cream” always rises to the top! Keep pushing, keep fighting, keep focused sis, YOU GOT THIS! And what hell of a testimony I have now — THANK YOU, GOD!
Just hearing the wisdom and strength in her response makes me so much more excited for the big day. DeAnna Green is the CEO and Founder of Nydan, LLC. dba Nydan Real Estate Group. She is also a licensed Texas Realtor. DeAnna hails from North Carolina but has called Texas home since 2008. DeAnna spent the first 15 years of her career in the Property Management industry with the last 10 being focused on Corporate Housing and Real Estate. DeAnna has served in roles ranging from Property Manager, Regional Property Supervisor to President for several national companies. As a wife and proud mother of three beautiful and gifted children, DeAnna’s professional passion and drive for excellence is the catalyst behind the success of Nydan Real Estate Group. Founded in 2016, Nydan Real Estate Group is a boutique-style firm that offers BIG business services. NRG provides temporary housing to significant corporations, medical professionals, entertainment professionals, and individuals that are relocating to Texas whether temporarily or permanently. Nydan also provides residential real estate and apartment locator services to its clients. With the success of NRG, DeAnna has expanded her business portfolio by creating a new company, Nydan Investment Properties, LLC. This company is an independently owned franchise of HomeVestors of America — WeBuyUglyHouses.com. DeAnna’s personal passion is also deeply rooted in Women’s Empowerment, which is why her Let’s Be R.A.W (Real.Authentic.Women) platform was developed in 2018. DeAnna uses her years of Coaching and Mentoring skills to guide women into getting out of their “own way” by becoming the most authentic version of themselves. DeAnna is a national speaker and continues to give back to her community by volunteering at the local Women’s Center and with her campaign “Purses with a Purpose”.
When asked what women’s empowerment meant to her, DeAnna stated “It means offering my knowledge and experiences to any woman in need or that seeks my advice for the betterment of her! I also feel that if you are truly a woman that wants to empower women, you would empower them even IF it meant that they outshine you, elevate higher than you, and are blessed more than you! This is what I feel lacks in the purest form of Women’s Empowerment. I am comfortable in seeing another woman’s goals and dreams be met before mine, even if I help them happen.”