of the American College of Commerce and Technology (ACCT) ACCT is a Higher Education Institution conveniently located in historic Falls Church, Virginia.The goal of ACCT is to “Make the World a Better Place, One Student at a Time…”
Agnes Caroline Ginoba (aka-The Hat-Lady of Fairfax) came to ACCT as a student in 2011 with over 30 years as professional, experiential educator, mortgage expert, training couch, public servant, public speaker, camera lady and longtime volunteer in the community.
Her past 15 years’ experience as former President of H&R Mortgage, Inc., (FC, VA) and a mortgage instructor for the Fairfax and Arlington County Public Schools/Adult Education, has given her the skills and competencies to successfully lead a sales force of over 2,000 loan originators trained by Ms. Ginoba across the Washington metro area for over 10 years.
Agnes was voted-winner, “ Outstanding Instructor Award of the Year” by the Fairfax county public school, Adult Education (ACE).
Agnes is actively involved with her community, serving as the board of directors/founder of Smart Credit for Young Adult, a nonprofit organization that empowers young adults about credit education.
Her leadership has not gone unrecognized. She has been featured in several local newspapers in Fairfax county-including Falls Church News, for her commitment in Youth Leadership, United Way Fund Drive, DC Special Olympics, served as Election Officer, a founder, of the Senior Friendship Christmas Foundation (Since 1991, distributed over 3,000+ Xmas cards to area nursing homes) as a friendly visitor coordinator. And recently, as member of the Alexandria Medical Reserve Corp.
“When she is not working, she enjoys traveling; cooking, listening to music, dancing, and of course collecting hats” (own over 300+ hats).
Her positive can-do-attitude not only fulfills her qualification as a “Super Mum”, but as a Community Leader. Was married to an educator/professor33+yrs. – has three sons – ages (38, 25 & 22).