A graduate of UALR, Wendy earned her BA, thanks to a full scholarship to the Chancellor of Leadership Program. After graduation, she became an Assistant Producer at AETN where she worked with the world-renowned gerontologist, Dr David Liptschitz, on his groundbreaking series- “Aging Successfully with Dr. David.” This experience further inspired her passion to work with seniors and their families; Bridging the gap between generations through understanding compassion and acceptance.
Wendy “moved on” in her career and became a real estate agent in 2000 with Truman Ball and Associates. She met Claire Brown, who is now the Executive Broker of her own real estate company, Move Realty. Wendy and Claire reunited in 2021 and she is now a part of Claire's innovative, talented and successful team.
During her career, Wendy has served as Development and Program Coordinator of the Arthritis Foundation, Marketing Director of Woodland Heights Retirement Community, Foundation Director of Booneville Community Hospital and various positions in property management and transition services.
Through all of those positions, she kept coming back to her main passion, helping seniors and their families. So in 2017, she started her business, Moving On. And in 2020, Moving On became a brick and mortar in North Little Rock, Arkansas. Opening a warehouse was another avenue to better serve her clients. With a dedicated team beside her, Moving On has now helped many people and families. Moving On provides the following services: downsizing and transitional needs, moving logistics, declutter assistance, packing and unpacking services, estate and moving sale options, and everything in between.
Julia Cross, Administrative Assistant
While she was in college, Julia worked 3 jobs to pay for it. During that time, she found her love for Human Resources. She has extensive experience in leadership and management roles. Julia gained knowledge of employee relations and HR policies when she was working in Staffing.
In 2020, she had her daughter, Amelia. This completely changed her trajectory for career. She chose to be a stay-at-home mom while working odd jobs. This is how she started working with Moving On in Arkansas as Administrative Assistant.
"I am passionate about having a work life balance and making time for hobbies. I want to show that it is possible to work and make time for yourself and your happiness. I am thankful to have found a company that stands by that and allows me to be present with my daughter and still work with her around."
This house is where it all began. It wasn’t fancy and there wasn’t much land but it’s where my grandparents called home for over 40 years. My grandfather’s pride and joy, my sanctuary. While other kids spent their spring break and summers going to camp or to the beach with friends, I chose the place with sewer water, outhouses, and riding lawn mowers and BB guns for entertainment. There wasn’t a kid in sight. But I was with my grandma and grandpa and that’s all that mattered. Our outings consisted of suppers with great aunts and uncles, visiting family and friends in the nursing home and going to the one room church three times a week. I was never around anyone younger than 60 years old. One day a salesman talked my grandpa into letting him fly his helicopter over the property and take a picture which then he’d paint and frame all for $200! I still can’t believe grandpa let him in the door. But he did and that beautiful painting hung over my grandpa’s chair until he died in 1995. And then it came home with me, just as he promised. They didn’t have money so they left us memories. Now, 20 years later, the painting hangs above my chair and is the face of my company, Moving On.
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