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Grace Elsner

Aspiring Innovator

& Dynamic Leader




Current City:

Saint Louis, MO

Currently Employed:

Lead Support Specialist @ Franchise Insider

Social Media Coordinator @ Josephine Havlak Photos

A Bit About Me

When I was eleven years old, I created Grace Elsner Babysitting, which soared to new heights in high school, all-in-all amassing fifty families. This opportunity exposed me to sales, customer service, responsibility, and management as I hired more people to help me keep up with the growing appointments. Today, you might be surprised that I still babysit!

I worked at six internships while studying finance and marketing at Creighton (c/o Dec. 2023) in marketing, media, insurance, and auditing. I also became a very involved student on campus, taking on the role of president of the co-ed business fraternity on campus, Alpha Kappa Psi and an active member of Pi Beta Phi women's sorority.  

Through my collegiate experience, I have come to understand that my dream job is not just a role with a title, it is with a company that has a collaborative and communicative culture, allows me to first-hand help others, and has growth opportunities within the company.

Work Experience

January 2024 - June 2024

August 2023 - December 2023

August 2020 - December 2023

June 2011 - December 2021

Beginning my career, I am currently working with my dad, Patrick Elsner, as a Lead Support Specialist handling lead generation, cold calling, and organizational & administrative support. 

Celebrating my last semester at college, and fulfilling my last twelve credits, I have completed my finance major with a 3.89 major GPA. I continued to be a nanny, tour guide, and President of Alpha Kappa Psi.

My time at Creighton begins and I become fully immersed in all of the course offerings, organizations on campus, and my own internships with different entities in Omaha, St. Louis, & Atlanta.

Grace Elsner Babysitting grows larger than I had ever thought possible, to which large credit is due to my monthly events, called "Dine and Drops" in which I and other hired staff worked together to take care of several families at a time while creating a one-of-a-kind experience.

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