National Association of Professional Women Inducts Beverly M. Reynolds, R.N., Owner of BMR Creative Solutions LLC, Into its VIP Professional Woman of the Year Circle

I want other women to know that taking such a risk at any age is worth it, though it means delaying other aspects that are just as important.

The National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) honors Beverly M. Reynolds as a 2017-2018 inductee into its VIP Woman of the Year Circle. She is recognized with this prestigious distinction for leadership in entrepreneurship. NAPW is the nation’s leading networking organization exclusively for professional women, boasting more than 850,000 members, a thriving eChapter and over 200 operating Local Chapters.

“I’m pleased to welcome Beverly into this exceptional group of professional women,” said NAPW President Star Jones. “Her knowledge and experience in her industry are valuable assets to her company and community.”

As an R.N., Beverly Reynolds uses her expert nursing skills in endoscopy, medical-surgical, hospice and long-term care to help others. And although she puts in more than 56 hours a week as a Nurse, Ms. Reynolds is also an entrepreneur who has been working tirelessly to launch and manage her internet business.

“I am the owner of BMR Creative Solutions LLC where I build websites to sell e-commerce. I am currently creating, where I sell bronze figurines, fused glass vases, iced figurines and many forms of armory; products for both men and women,” Ms. Reynolds said. “Another website,, is a variety shop. I plan to build many more websites and will soon be doing much affiliate work. I got into this business because I am getting older and want to remove myself from full-time nursing. I am interested in this type of business, as that is where the future is, and I wish to be able to successfully support myself.”

Ms. Reynolds’ future goal is to eventually move to Arizona, where she will continue to grow her internet business and perhaps shift to hospice nursing on a part-time basis. Although she recognizes that putting her savings towards starting a business at age 59 is risky, it is a risk she is willing to take to realize her dreams: moving closer to family and being financially independent. “I want other women to know that taking such a risk at any age is worth it, though it means delaying other aspects that…

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