Biltmore Who's Who Selects Kristen Ayn Weardon as an Honored Member of the Executive and Professional Registry

Top Quote The selection recognizes Kristen Ayn Weardon's commitment to excellence in Philanthropy and Non-Profit. End Quote
  • Naples-Marco Island, FL (1888PressRelease) November 03, 2010 - Kristen Ayn Weardon, National Spokesperson for Women In Need (WIN), has been selected as an Honored Member of the Biltmore Who's Who Executive and Professional Registry.

    Weardon, who attended the University of Connecticut for communications and marketing, is an international ambassador, spokesperson, and educator for her foundation, heading up the task force for the establishment of new offices around the United States.

    After completing an accelerated high school learning program and attending college, Weardon began selling real estate in the state of Florida, as the youngest member of the Board of Realtors, accomplishing a Million Dollar Award for most properties sold by age 22. But it wasn't until she joined forces with WIN that she felt a real passion for what she was doing. "At a very early age I saw a beloved and close friend suffer horrific abuse at the hands of someone who, supposedly, loved her," she explained. "I was so scarred by what I witnessed that I was left with a belief that I must do whatever I could to help those who are suffering."

    The non-profit organization, WIN, prides itself on promoting emotional health, personal self-esteem, and empowerment for women by providing recovery programs, conferences, training programs, and fundraisers.

    Hoping to create the first east coast foundation office and re-energize the programs within the United States, Weardon would also like to see programs in every state in the country. Currently, they have two offices in the US and six offices internationally, with three more scheduled to open next year. "My plan in doing this is to re-educate public and private entities on the benefit of funding these programs," she said. "In poor economic climates, abuse rises by fifty to sixty percent, creating more of a need than ever. Workplace programs, college programs, and placement programs need to be mandated, giving people tools to deal with this displaced anger."

    Weardon's thorough grounding in business management gained in her early years of real estate has given her the tools she needed to excel with diverse groups, companies, and organizations. "The progression from business to charity was a seamless and natural one, bringing those countless different groups together for meetings of the minds and a shared knowledge of those in need of help," she added.

    A board member of the National Association of Realtors and WIN Foundation, Weardon is also a former board member of the Collier Athletic Club. She was named Woman of the Year by the WIN Foundation in 2010, received a Spirit of Courage Award in 2008, Ms. Globe People's Choice Award in 2009, was named Mrs. Florida Globe in 2007, received a Lifetime Achievement Awrad for Charity in 2007, was named Mrs. Florida USA in 2000, and was named Young Miss Florida in 1990. In her spare time, Kristen enjoys working out, playing tennis, and watching movies.

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