Phil Mims | President & Director
Phil Mims began by raising himself up from a humble upbringing in Indiana. Mr. Mims spent 17 years in the wholesale jewelry industry, building from scratch a profitable business in the very competitive diamond world. Along the way, he was fortunate enough to find network marketing and immediately recognized it as the perfect vehicle to take his family into the future, without limits. Now, with more than 20 years of experience, his resume includes growing massive downlines in everything from water filters to telecommunications. After an extended stay at one company where Mr. Mims built a downline of several hundred thousand representatives, he spent the next several years helping to build a company that now does nearly a hundred million dollars a year in business. The active rep base at this company is almost completely populated with the downlines of the reps which Mr. Mims introduced to the company. He then spent some time owning and building a popular Hotel/Bed and Breakfast resort business in Ouray, Colorado called the Black Bear Manor. But it was past the time when just making money was enough. After serving and leading so many, Mr. Mims set his sights on giving back to the world for all that he's received, and the new Nussentials was born. Phil aims to feed a million starving children a year through the company's sales, while helping thousands of families build a very nice income along the way.
Here at Nussentials, we are fortunate to be led by a man of experience, vision, integrity, and heart. Phil says "FOCUS is what makes one successful", and focused he is on our Nussential's mission... "MAKING A DIFFERENCE".
Kara Kirker | Secretary/Treasurer
Mrs. Kirker has served in various capacities for Nussentials since 2004 and as the Secretary/Treasurer of Nussentials since January, 2007. She has served as the Treasurer of ITIS Holdings, Inc. since October, 1999. She also served as Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of National Law Library, Inc. from October 1999 to 2002. From January 1994 through November 1998, Ms. Kirker served as the CFO, controller and treasurer of Litidex, Inc. From 1981 to 1994, Ms. Kirker served as assistant treasurer of Stone & Webster Oil Company, Inc. in the revenue accounting area.