Work with ME
Are you ready to feel more confident, look your best and do something for YOU?
“Everything you want in life is on the other side of fear…”
Let me help you SHINE and create the kind of life you want!
Things I can help with:
I know firsthand what it’s like to struggle with feeling confident. As a news anchor, I had to perform at a high-level from day one, get my facts right, and look the part… all while tens of thousands of people watched my every move.
When the cameras started rolling, I had to SHINE.
It took me years to gain my full confidence, bravely be my most authentic self, and feel empowered to use my voice. Today, I’m not emulating someone else I want to be like. I’m genuinely ME. And it’s made all the difference in my life!
After I left the television news business, I began working with individuals and organizations that want to grow in their confidence both on-camera and off. I love coaching women with their image, communication, and makeup skills because the way we present ourselves plays a major role in our professional and personal development!
Join My SEINT Team
My team is filled with so many amazing women from all walks of life who make beauty FUN. We rally around each other as we reach our goals, come together for amazing events and training, and even travel together!
There’s no inventory, no minimums, and no monthly auto-orders that pressure your clients! And you DON’T need any experience to be successful.
We’ll provide you with the BEST training for makeup techniques and color matching your clients, using social media to grow your business, and how to sell with confidence!
This is truly more than a business opportunity. It’s a sisterhood! Join us TODAY!
By joining my team you’ll earn:
Effective Media Relations Solutions for Businesses & Nonprofits
Kellie DeMarco is a 3-time Emmy award-winning news anchor and 2-time winner of the Edward R. Murrow journalism awards. Kellie is passionate about helping businesses, organizations, and nonprofits tell their stories and give them the VOICE to be heard so they can make an even greater impact in their communities.