Protecting the environment
In addition to creating and maintaining natural habitats at her home in Burton, Texas, Leslie is a contributing member of The National Wildlife Federation and The Nature Conservancy.
The conservation and sustainability policies practiced personally are also
incorporated into our business. This is accomplished through:
• Recycling all paper, plastic and glass products used in daily operations.
• Using recycled office products and earth-friendly janitorial products wherever possible.
• Using 100% recycled paper for all business correspondence and printed materials.
• Using renewable energy.
• Using energy efficient lighting and temperature controls in the office.
• Turning off all electronic equipment at the end of each workday.
• Identifying additional or alternative uses for existing resources before purchasing new ones.
• Reducing fuel consumption by decreasing driving speeds and consolidating appointments and meetings to avoid single-purpose trips.
Leslie continues her own education in the area of environmental impact and sustainability so that she may help clients who want to effect positive ecological change in their own businesses and communities.
Serving the community
Leslie has been a member of the Texas Cotton Gin and Museum since 1994. She has co-chaired the Festival Committee, acting as festival treasurer and sponsorship chair, and served on its board of directors.
Leslie is a member of Woman Within International and has staffed training weekends, educational workshops and retreats for them. She served on the Board of the Southwest Region as volunteer coordinator.
Leslie has worked with Morning Glory Ranch, an equine therapy facility in Waller, Texas since 2012. While contributing to the ranch’s programs for those with special needs, she volunteers throughout the year, participating in VitaMeal cook-offs to support Nourish the Children, and helping educate others on nutritional wellness and essential oils. Because of her work at the ranch, Leslie has adopted a personal mission to be a force for good in the world and improve the lives of others.
She is also delighted to be a returning member of the Rotary Club of Washington County.