Connie S. Falls graduated from Paine College, a small private Christian college, with a Bachelor’s of Science, with an emphasis in Business Management. Three years later, Connie earned a Master’s of Arts in Organizational Management (MAOM), to reinforce her knowledge and understanding of the business development process.
In 2007, Connie started Precise Business Solutions, now Entrepreneur Life Global, a boutique consulting firm that specialized in creating businesses for entrepreneurs and start-ups. Through strategic partnerships with banks and client referrals, Precise grew to be a consulting agency that focused primarily on business management and development as well as consulting.
Over the years, Connie diversified her offerings and expanded into the federal sector with a Government Contracting division. Precise Business Solutions has worked with various agencies including:
Department of Veterans Affairs
Bureau of Indian Affairs
Department of the Navy
Department of the Justice
U.S. Department of the Interior
Army National Guard
In 2012, Connie was honored by Dell with the position of the 1st National Director of the Regional Ambassadors Program. Connie was tasked with creating and developing the foundation of The Regional Ambassador Program. The program is part of the Dell Innovators Credit Fund, Dell’s commitment of up to $100 million dollars to fuel entrepreneurial success in the global marketplace.
In 2014, Connie accepted the position of Director of Global Ambassadors for EBW2020. EBW2020 (Empowering a Billion Women by 2020), founded by Ingrid Vanderveldt, works with the Presidents, CEOs, and VPs of Global 1000 companies to bridge their companies into the emerging business community worldwide. The EBW2020 Global Ambassadors serve as a "voice for their communities" and a bridge between the corporations, policy makers and women entrepreneurs towards the unified goal of Empowering a Billion Women by 2020 with the tools, technology, and resources to power their success
As of 2018, ELG has created over 100 businesses in the United States. Ranging from IT and entertainment companies to restaurants and hair salons. Connie has transitioned from consulting mid-sized businesses to focusing primarily on coaching minority, women-owned and Veteran-owned small businesses.
Connie's first book launched on her father, Elmer Falls 60th birthday, October 10, titled Scrambled Eggs: The Must-Have Playbook for Organizing an Entrepreneurs Brain. Available at www.scrambledeggstheplaybook.com and on Amazon. The purpose of this book is to help small businesses become systematized and create processes that allow sustainability for generations to come.
"Through the book and my business coaching program, I am able to help new and established entrepreneurs throughout the U.S. make sense of their ‘Scrambled Eggs”. - Connie