Tammy Hopkinson MBA


Hello, my name is Tammy Hopkinson; I am the mother of three wonderful children. My family is what keeps me motivated in pursuing the dreams that I have for my future. Education, when I was going to high school, did not impress me all that much. Many other people that I know from school dropped out for one reason or another. I dropped out of high school in 1994, which I should have listened to the advice people around me were giving out. So finally, in 2004, I decided to go; get my GED so that I would be able to get into college; my daughter graduated kindergarten the same day that I graduated with my GED. Around the last few months of 2004, I had surgery that put me out of work for six weeks. Therefore, I started to apply at several colleges and was very excited to be accepted into college. I have now accomplished getting an Associate’s Degree and Bachelor’s in Business Management. Therefore, I decided to go with a Master’s in Business Administration/accounting with more concentration on owning my own business. I am now homeschooling my children and so far they love being home with mommy and daddy.


I have finally achieved my master’s degree in Business administration in April of 2012. My dream is to one day have a coffee shop/gift shop which would be something that I could leave to my children when I am gone away from this world. In my opinion, our children will be the ones that will have the hardest time making ends meet so I want to make sure that my children are taken care of when I am gone. This is not the only thing that I would like to do with my life there are other things that I would like to accomplish. I plan to pursue my education into a doctorate degree but have not decided what field of study I would like to achieve. I hope that you enjoy reading the articles that I post! I also hope that you take the time to comment and present feedback on the articles that I have posted. Let me know if the information has helped you.

44 thoughts on “Tammy Hopkinson MBA

  1. Just shows, there is always turn thing’s away. Many people have a ‘too late’ mentality with education, but I’m glad you went for it. II enjoyed reading your story.

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  2. Well done on your achievements, can’t have been easy for you. Just popped on over to say thank you so much for the follow and welcome aboard my blog. If you have any suggestions or requests just drop me a line. Hope the weekend has been good to you. MM

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    1. Thank you as well for following my blog in return. I hope that you enjoy the future posts that I make. Thanks for the support on my achievements. I worked hard to accomplish them. It was hard at first but got easier as it progressed. πŸ™‚

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  3. Good for you, Tammy! I dropped out of college just short of graduation at 21, then went back and finished at 40, and did grad school in my 50s. Thank you for following me at Triggershorse. – Fawn

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  4. Thank you for following my blog, and I have to say looking round your blog I find it very impressive… I have decided to follow you… Your site gives me inspiration…

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    1. Well thank you very much! I am glad that I am giving people inspiration with the writing that I do. I am fixing to head over to your blog and check out some of your posts. Again thanks for your response. πŸ™‚ It is an honor that you are following my blog…..

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      1. I know that it is not wasted. Sometimes I wonder about it but I know that something will come my way where I can use the education, and skills that I have obtained over the years. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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