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Shelly Ann McKay, Certified Laser Practitioner, is the proud owner of A.L.M. Emporium Inc. where she treats people for hair removal, Rosacea, Psoriasis, acne, and acne scars, and works with both male and female clients, ages 12 and up. Shelly attained her laser certification at the International Academy of Esthetics and is also a certified as treatment counselor. Shelly has an extensive accounting background, having kept books for 30 years. Over 12 years ago, Shelly had laser hair removal on her legs, and it changed her life, inspiring her to eventually pursue her education and open her own business. She thrives on helping people and is centrally located to serve around 50 different small towns. Going forward, she hopes to buy the salon where she works, add more practitioners, and extend her reach to serve more clients. Shelly is keen to network with other women entrepreneurs as there's so much she can learn and many ideas to incorporate into her business. She also has plans to pursue Environmental Engineering studies. Shelly was a single mom who raised three beautiful girls. Without help from their father, as soon as they could, all three got jobs and helped pay the bills and buy groceries—learning to be so independent at an early age. Now they are all career women: Ashlea is an insurance broker, Lisa is in nursing school, and Montana just returned from touring Asia for three months. Although Shelly does not yet have a university degree, she has enormous life experience, as well as respect for women entrepreneurs and the struggles they go through to get where we want to be in life. When she's not working, Shelly enjoys farming and oversees 1400 acres of canola, wheat, and barley. She also supports the Lions Club and Women's Auxiliary.
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