PlanNet Marketing is pleased to welcome Jean Freeman to the 40/40 Club! Jean was born and raised in San Diego, California and enlisted in the Army after high school because she wanted to continue a family tradition. Both her grandfather and father had joined the military and she too wanted to serve our country. She tells us, “I was very interested in adventure and travel, but unfortunately, I never received an assignment out of the country. I served four years before returning home to go to Point Loma Nazarene College. I graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in business administration and worked briefly in banking. I had a strong desire to make a difference in the world and I did not feel that a career in banking was for me. I decided to go back to school and earn a teaching credential.
“I starting teaching in the San Diego Unified School District after I graduated with a Master of Science Degree in Education. I truly felt I had made the best decision for me because I was making a difference and positively impacting the lives of children. I taught third and fourth grades for 14 years before going back to earn my administrative credential. I accepted a position as an elementary Vice Principal. I later served as a Principal for eight years and retired in 2016 from the school district after a thirty-year career.
“My husband Sam and I have been married for eight years. We have adult children and young grandchildren. We love to travel. We especially love cruises. We have traveled all over the Caribbean, Mexico, Spain, the Canary Islands, Portugal, Vietnam, Thailand, and Singapore. I am passionate about travel, experiencing other cultures, and meeting new people. I love having the opportunity to share the joy of travel with others.
“PlanNet has enabled me to not only make a difference in my family’s life, but also to change the financial bloodline for my team’s families as well. Being a part of PlanNet has allowed me the opportunity to continue as a servant leader to support others, strengthen the organization, and make a difference. I am now focused on building a team and creating financial opportunities for all families. My short-term goal is to become a One-Star Director. I also want to become a “Director Maker.” I want to continue to enrich the lives of my team in order for them to create opportunities for others. I thank Mr. and Mrs. Bradley for this opportunity and their vision to make a difference in the lives of the Team PlanNet family. I am thankful, and I know that I am blessed beyond measure.”