Arneisha Sadler is a Houston native with 20 years of call center and customer service experience that includes helping T-Mobile win six "J.D. Power Award for Customer Satisfaction." In 2017, she and her children went to a homeless shelter to leave a domestic violence marriage. Shortly afterwards, she moved to a motel room where she built Emeniss™ Call Center to support small businesses and provide career opportunities in underserved communities. Her work has earned recognition that includes 2021 Houston Business Journal 40 Under 40 Award and 2021 Houston Business Journal Women Who Mean Business Award. In addition to her leadership with the University of Houston SURE Program, Arneisha shares her knowledge, skills, and resources as a mentor for the HCC Business Plan Competition and the Junior Achievement Company Program at Alief Early College High School. Even with a full schedule, she still volunteers with the Houston Food Bank and founded YouniCOINS, a 501c3 nonprofit organization that helps homeless children. Away from business and community service, she enjoys spending time with her family, socializing, traveling, reading, listening to music, and learning about different cultures. With prayer and faith being her anchors, Arneisha’s final thought is, "GOD is faithful."
Elizabeth John joined Emeniss™ Call Center in 2020. As a result of her Bachelor's degree in HR Management and almost a decade of experience in recruitment, training, and employee retention, we are building a strong team. She is a former case manager for The Montrose Center, and now serves full-time at The Beacon to help the Houston homeless community. While Elizabeth is dedicated to social work, she is also the CEO of her own all-natural skincare product line, That Butta Baby. Being an entrepreneur, philanthropist, counselor, and church usher are a few of the many crowns she wears; however, none is more fulfilling and rewarding to her than being a mother to her 2 children and 2 dogs. Moreover, she has extended her love by founding Mama Liz Safe Haven Home to provide shelter for young adults.
To provide career opportunities in underserved communities.
To be the premier choice for call center services, and a workplace of empowerment and advancement.