“We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.”
We have all been through or know someone who has fallen into rough times. Everyone needs help picking themselves up but may not know where to turn. It is our responsibility as a community to help each other through those tough times. Most importantly, we must stay humble & kind and make time to give back and pay it forward.
The CONCIERGE is a local community publication, exclusive to Palm Beach County. And, the only one of its kind. Our intention of the CONCIERGE is to raise awareness and donations for local non – profits. Each edition, we select a charity from a list nominated by our readers. We spend 3 months raising awareness for the chosen charity, then follow it up with an appropriate fundraiser to raise money for them. Without community support, some of these foundations would not be able to survive and continue the great work they are doing.
This “SPECIAL EDITION" of CONCIERGE will be distributing 25,000 copies throughout Palm Beach County, From Jupiter, Boca Raton, Wellington, and the surrounding areas.
Please help us & SUPPORT our local businesses who have so kindly sponsored ads and have joined us on our mission. Without them, this publication would not be possible. We are grateful for their continued business and support.
You can pick up your complimentary copy that will be distributed throughout Palm Beach County in your local neighbourhood businesses, schools, aftercares, doctor’s offices, temples and churches and throughout the local community. This special edition of CONCIERGE is featuring the Forever Frosty Foundation and raising awareness for Suicide Prevention. It is a very worthy cause, please contact me if you are interested in sponsoring an ad. Thank you ALL for your support in my mission.
Elizabeth was born and raised in West Hartford, CT. where she was a top Area Sales Director with LA Weight Loss Centers. She moved to South Florida in 2004 and took a position as Center Manager.
Elizabeth took a brief 5 year hiatus from working full time, to be a stay at home mother. During those years she worked remotely part time as an Advertising Consultant with Family Magazine’s, Fort Lauderdale Edition.
When Elizabeth divorced in 2011 she needed to re – enter the work force full time and took a position as a Business Accreditation Specialist with the Better Business Bureau. She was a consistent top producer. Having had years of advertising experience with Liturgical Publications while living in CT, Elizabeth decided to return to that industry and became an advertising consultant for several publications. These include Parenting Plus Magazine, Grey Matters Magazine, Indian River Yellow Pages and Around the house publications.
In 2014 Elizabeth took a position as Senior Television Producer with Insight Productions in Boca Raton, where she closed contracts with high level executives from Fortune 500 companies, producing educational documentaries.
After a short 6 months there, a twist of fate happened that led her to becoming Co-Founder and Publisher of the CONCIERGE publication. A friend and business acquaintance, Jill Maxson was battling cancer and reached out for Elizabeth’s help with a startup publication. Elizabeth jumped in, took the reins, and changed the concept and rebranding of the publication. Now their mission is to raise awareness and donations for local non-profits in Palm Beach County.
Elizabeth in conjunction with her co publisher has supported the Cancer Alliance of Help and Hope, Little Smiles Foundation, Live Like Jake Foundation and is currently supporting the Forever Frosty Foundation.
She has two young children, Logan 10 and Noah 8. Her hobbies include cooking, swimming, reading, and spending quality time with her family and close friends. She has strong ties to her Jewish heritage and faith.
Jill graduated from Duke University in 1981 with a BA in history. She worked as a National Account Manager for IBM Corporation for 10 years in the Philadelphia Process and Manufacturing office. She accepted an offer to work for WW Grainger in Chicago and spent 5 years there as a National Accounts Manager with responsibilities for the Pharmaceutical Sector. Upon leaving Grainger in 1994 she went into Information Technology Consulting and worked for Ajilon in Philadelphia until her family moved to South Florida in 1997.
She stayed in the iIT consulting arena for another 5 years selling a variety of services for Keane, Dataforce, and then RCI . It was at RCI that she taught her self how to Recruit and she enjoyed that aspect of the business doing placements for Yellowbook, Bluebook, Groupon and other accounts.
Jill left the work force for a period of time to spend her sons College years following his soccer career and once he was finished she returned and did additional recruitment and sales for RCI.
Most recently she has become Co-founder and Publisher of a local magazine in Palm Beach County and a franchise owner of Senior Living Palm County, Her magazine raises awareness for Local Non Profits and has been in circulation for 15 months.
She has two adult children Kathryn 28 and Joe 25. Her Hobbies include fitness, nutrition, Pinot Noir, all sports and her two chows Sake and Chai. In addition she maintains strong ties to her family and traditions in New Jersey where she grew up waitressing “down the shore" every summer.