Our Athena lives up to her historic predecessor. She is wise and generous
of spirit. She has a long history of wanting to make the world a
better place. She is tireless in her efforts of finding ways to promote
the arts and keep Elysium Gates the premier web hosting service that weaves
caring and purpose on the net. Athena as our goddess of culture assures
the accuracy of Elysium Gates historical texts. She also will defend our
gates, along with the sphinxes to keep that which does not promote peace
and graciousness out of our cyber world. One of the most creative
things Athena does on Mt Olympus is to weave lovely cloth. The cloth
is used for everything from summer party pavilions to creating amazing
gowns for all the Elysium Gates events.
When not in her true form as Athena, she
masquerades on earth as a published author and wife. She brings to
Elysium Gates years of professional experience in investor relations and
financial management. As Director of Investor Relations for FortuneCity
and Bankgesellschaft Berlin she gained valuable insight into the workings
of the financial community and investment decision making. As project manager
for venture capital companies and the German Privatization Agency, she
was involved in financial controlling. Currently she is working to raise
funds for the establishment of a Literacy Project in Afghanistan and working for the State Department as a Consul in Norway.
She is also the Elysium Gates Coordinator
of Foundation Projects and Foundation Board Vice President. She is
known on earth for her honesty, humor, kindness and sincerity. She
does have a few human quirks in this guise...but this writer has yet to
have permission to publish any of them *wink*.
She has many
web sites. One you may really enjoy features the history of the Spartans
and is a background site for the historic novels she writes that are fabulous!
You can visit it at elysiumgates.com/~helena
Another fabulous site is about ficition and non fiction published books, especially those dealing with World Warr II. Everything she writes is well worth reading. Visit the site here: helena-schrader.com
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