Jennifer May, right, and Colleen Tebrake, left, founded Two Sister Bosses, a Sedona-based hotel development and management company that is focused on creating sustainable, one-of-a-kind experiences.
Most Influential Women: Jennifer May, Two Sister Bosses
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Today’s spotlight: Jennifer May
Two Sister Bosses
Background: Jennifer May and Colleen Tebrake founded Two Sister Bosses, a Sedona-based hotel development and management company that is focused on creating sustainable, one-of-a-kind experiences that are in-harmony with the natural environment. The company’s first project is Ambiente, a Landscape Hotel, the first of its kind in North America.
Professional advice: “Every day is an opportunity to learn something new. A positive outlook is infectious and goes a long way, and keeping an open mind and a happy heart is key. You should go to work with a kick in your step.”
Lesson learned in 2020: “Life is all about learning new skills, so connecting with genuine mentors who possess so much wisdom and are willing to share their knowledge has been invaluable. Overall, I have learned that I can handle anything if I put my heart and soul into it, and that is pure gold.”
Surprising fact: “I’m a bit of an adventurist. I’ve bungee-jumped, ridden a boat traveling 170 mph, and I once hiked 19 miles with a 2,200-foot vertical climb to hunt organic, hormone-free meat with my husband. We tent slept in 17-degree weather, took one shot, and carried out a 58-pound pack all in 24 hours.”