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Barbara Elaine Attaya Leesman

sales executive and trainer

Barbara Elaine Attaya Leesman, American sales executive and trainer. License life insurance salesperson; registered securities sales representative.

Background

Leesman, Barbara Elaine Attaya was born on May 11, 1963 in New Orleans. Daughter of Moses and Barbara Jean (Campbell) A.

Education

Student, Louisiana State University, 1981;student, University New Orleans, 1982-1983.

Career

Teller, Oak Tree Savings Bank, Metairie, Louisiana, 1983-1984;customer service representative, Oak Tree Savings Bank, Metairie, Louisiana, 1984-1986;customer service representative, Oak Tree Savings Bank, Baton Rouge, 1986;training instructor, Oak Tree Savings Bank, Baton Rouge, 1987-1989;account executive, Landmark Finance Superior vena cava syndrome, Shreveport, Louisiana, 1989-1991;national training instructor, Finance Horizons Distributors, Columbus, Ohio., 1991-1992;director training, Institute for Fiscal Studies Finance Superior vena cava syndrome, Cincinnati, 1992-1993;director training and communications, Institute for Fiscal Studies Finance Superior vena cava syndrome, Cincinnati, 1993-1995;director marketing support Superior vena cava syndrome, Institute for Fiscal Studies Finance Superior vena cava syndrome, Cincinnati, since 1995.

Achievements

  • License life insurance salesperson. Registered securities sales representative.

Religion

Baptism is something you do in obedience to God, but it is not essential for salvation. In other words, salvation is something God does for us, while baptism is something we do for God.

Views

As human beings people find themselves as part of an unjust, sinful and violent world, which we may feel individually helpless to change. If we accept forgiveness, God can enable us to resist evil and to live life to the full.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: swimming, walking, dancing.

Connections

Married Brad W. Leesman.

father:
Moses A.

mother:
Barbara Jean (Campbell) A.

spouse:
Brad W. Leesman.

Politics

Christians should seek to apply their spiritual and moral values to the political process rather than politicize the church.