Caye Howe, Co-Owner
Growing up in Newport News, VA, I always wanted to be a doctor of some kind. Once in college, I found I had an aptitude for these new found machines called computers and pursued a degree in physics and computer science. After spending 10 years working in corporate america as the COO of a software development company, I decided I was looking for something more fulfilling. In 2005-ish, I joined the Mary Kay sales force as a consultant and started doing newsletters and websites for Directors. From there, Think Pink Software was born!
Jeff Howe, Co-Owner
After a few years in the Air Force, I spent a few more trying to find my passion. In 2009, I joined my wife in an effort to grow Think Pink Software and found that I really enjoy design work and website development.
Christy Bourgeois, Social Media Specialist
After growing up in Virginia Beach, VA and then graduating from Florida Atlantic University in 2003, I then traveled the world and worked in media for 10 years before meeting my husband Josh and settling down here in Lafayette! I have a Bachelors degree in Mass Comm and I have a passion for media & networking. My other passions include National Competitive Latin Dance and traveling back home to the East Coast or overseas. I have been an MK Media Assistant for about 2 years now. I just love being a Mary Kay Media Assistant because it lets me get involved in the mission to enrich women’s lives. I look forward to working with you & meeting all of you at some point! Peace and love!
Larry Hellemn, Webmaster
I grew up on Kodiak Island in Alaska. I put myself through college at Oregon State University after receiving a U.S. Navy Scholarship. Upon graduating I received a Navy Commission. You know what they say, “join the Navy and see the world”, and that is exactly what happened. After 4 years in the Navy I started work for a Navy Defense Support Contractor in Washington D.C. By this time computers had become extremely popular. Although I didn’t own a computer yet, I soon found myself learning software like Harvard Graphics and MacDraw (you know your old if you have even heard of these) and creating briefings that Navy Program Managers were presenting to their bosses (those guys in the Pentagon). Then Microsoft Office and PhotoShop came along. A Navy Captain I once worked for said it perfectly…”We live in an age where Government Programs live or die at the hands of a PowerPoint presentation”. After 20 years living in Northern Virginia I quit that rat race and moved to Sarasota, Florida to be with the women who is now my wife. And here I am.