Shirley Wong

Shirley Wong

True team spirit – Shirley knows what it’s like to work hard and not be rewarded. When she first moved to the U.S. from China more than 10 years ago, she held many different jobs, trying to make a better life for herself. “But it wasn’t happening,” she says. In fact, the rest of her family was so discouraged, they returned to China.

Dean and Marcie Whalen

Dean and Marcie Whalen

Great expectations – Dean and Marcie Whalen have always expected a lot from their business – and themselves. When they reached both Diamond and Founders Diamond at the same time, their attitude was, “Why wouldn’t you do that?”

Tze Fong Jong

Tze Fong Jong

Persistence pays – Like many college grads her age, Tze Fong Jong was frustrated she was unable to find the type of job she wanted after completing her education. She was working at a low-paying office position when she first learned about the Amway™ opportunity.

Evelyn Guo

Evelyn Guo

Keep setting goals, one at a time – The day Evelyn Yun Nan Guo joined the Amway™ business in 2010, she knew it held the potential to change her life for the better, as long as she was willing to work hard and find the courage to face obstacles head on.

Pablo and María García

Pablo and María García

Think big! – When Pablo and María first started out as Amway Independent Business Owners, their goal was to earn a few hundred dollars a month. “We just wanted to make some extra money to help cover the mortgage,” recalls Pablo.

Vinny and Dayna Pappalardo

Vinny and Dayna Pappalardo

Peace of mind – It’s funny to hear Vinny and Dayna talk about how they became Amway Independent Business Owners – and it’s not unusual.

Bonita Lin

Bonita Lin

Helping yourself means helping others – Prior to moving to the United States in 1998 to marry her husband, Ron Hsu, Bonita Lin was a successful businesswoman in Taiwan. “I was an editor and publisher of my own trade magazine,” she says.

Rashmi and Smita Jyotiprakash

Rashmi and Smita Jyotiprakash

Believe in yourself and the business – Rashmi was single and working in Chicago when he was first introduced to the Amway™ business. He saw it as an opportunity to make some extra income and pay off his loans.

Victoria Han and Jian Guo

Victoria Han and Jian Guo

Living a balanced life – If you ask Victoria what she finds most satisfying about her life today, she responds without a moment’s hesitation. “I can summarize it in one word: balance. Through the Amway™ business, I have attained wealth, friendship, and a great family life.”

Matias and Aymara Caceres

Matias and Aymara Caceres

Freedom is meant to be shared – Before coming to the U.S. in 2004, Matias and Aymara both studied engineering in Cuba, their homeland. But like many immigrants starting over in a new country, they took whatever jobs they could find when they first arrived. For Matias, that meant working in factories and unloading trucks at retail stores; for Aymara, it was working in an office for low wages.