BAM Essentials - Bethany Mammenga

BAM Essentials - Bethany Mammenga

Meet Bethany...the fabulous face behind BAM Essentials!  This firey redhead is a woman with an amazing vision to make a difference on several levels with one company.  I have come to regard her as a friend, a mentor and a woman who accomplishes the impossible with dedication and hard work.  This month we are proud to feature her company as our P4P partner.  We believe in the impact her company is making and we're happy to provide you with an opportunity to purchase her awesome products and DO GOOD with your purchase.  Visit her shop at www.etsy.com/shop/bamessentials and enter code NUTTY4BAM at checkout for 15% off your total purchase.  It's a win for everybody!

Bethany Mammenga has been cooking up science experiments in her kitchen for years. It started with a  desire to use more natural products for personal care, and has now blossomed into the BAM Essentials  brand. When her father was diagnosed with Stage IV lung and bone cancer in 2013, she made it her  mission to find comfort and treatment for him in essential oils and natural ingredients. Although he lost  his battle in early 2015, his memory lives on with those who know and love him. Bethany has dedicated  her career to social enterprise, spending over 15 years in the nonprofit sector. After seeing the lack of  services for young adults, specifically 18-24 years old, she combined her passion for social enterprise  with her hobby of creating natural personal care products, and founded BAM Essentials. She has been  recognized as a leader in the social enterprise sector as one of the American Express 50 Under 40, and  launched the Social Enterprise Alliance - Twin Cities chapter, where she served on the Executive  Committee for 4 years. Previously, she was the Director of Operations/ General Manager withCityKid  Java, a coffee wholesale social enterprise in South Minneapolis supportingUrban Ventures youth programs. Bethany has a Bachelor’s of Science in Business degree from the University of Minnesota – Curtis L. Carlson School of Management in Marketing and Entrepreneurship, and a Master of Business Administration from Bethel University.




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