Born and raised in a small barrio in Laredo, Texas, Consuelo Kickbusch overcame poverty, discrimination, and illiteracy to become a successful community leader. Lacking material wealth, Consuelo’s immigrant parents taught her to value her culture, traditions, values and faith.

Throughout her education at Hardin Simmons University and rise to highest- ranking Hispanic woman in the Combat Support Field of the U.S. Army, she embodied their invaluable lessons, eventually retiring to fulfill her mother’s dying wish – that she return to her roots and become a community leader.

She founded Educational Achievement Services, Inc. maintaining a strong dedication to saving the youth of America by mentoring students and parents across the United States.

In addition to her work with American youth, Consuelo reaches audiences in corporate, professional, non-profit and multicultural markets.

Proud mother of five daughters, and grandmother of 5 grandchildren, Consuelo resides in Nevada with her husband, David.