Esther Spina


esther_aboutuspage2Author, speaker, and entrepreneur, Esther Spina is the founder of Ambitious Women and a co-founder of the AWSC with Amy Applebaum. Esther is the author of the Amazon best-seller The Ambitious Woman: What it Takes and Why You Want to Be One and the highly-anticipated upcoming book from Adams Publishing’s Everything Series, The Everything Guide to Network Marketing.

Raised in California, Esther began her professional career by becoming the first female order desk clerk for General Electric/Hotpoint. After 4 years, she met and married Frank Spina and together they built a very successful construction business. When the recession of the 90s hit California, they moved to the Fort Worth area of Texas and Esther became an independent sales rep where she earned her team the Top Producing District and the Top Producing Regional Office honors. Personally, she was the Senior Representative and a Top Producer for ten years in a row.

In 2006, Esther joined a network marketing company and in only three years, was promoted to National Consultant, the highest level in the company. Her passionate work ethic and distinguished sales strategies helped her earn numerous accolades including Top 10 money earner eight years in a row and Millionaire Club member five years in a row. Esther was personally selected by the CEO of the company to be awarded the Thompson Leadership Award for her invaluable combination of leadership, integrity, teamwork and character.

In 2008, Esther concentrated her passion of developing others personally and professionally by founding a network called Ambitious Women. Since then, she and a group of like-minded women have hosted eight annual conferences focused on building and developing the businesses and lives of women in the network marketing community.

Esther also takes great pride in her personal developments, specifically her family. She has five grown children and six beautiful grandchildren. All of her children are entrepreneurs and enjoy flexible schedules and financial freedom. Working diligently to earn that lifestyle is a cornerstone to Esther’s success and she wants to help other women realize that success as well.