Strength Comes from Unity

A Conversation with Garrett McGrath, President of the Association of Network Marketing Professionals (ANMP)

By Dr. Josephine Gross


ANMP president, Garrett McGrath

In 2000, two years into our marriage, Chris Gross and I had a vision: we saw network marketing as the perfect vehicle for creating Global Prosperity through a Philanthropic Economy™. To contribute our part, we began outlining a plan for a media company that would serve the network marketing profession. During that sabbatical year, a unified business model emerged consisting of an educational journal, a certification program, a professional association, and a charitable foundation—with each of these four elements strengthening the other facets.

In 2002 we launched Networking Times; in 2003 we founded Networking University—and both kept us so busy that the plans for the association and the foundation were put on the back burner.

In the fall of 2012, the president of the Association of Network Marketing Professionals (ANMP), Garrett McGrath, invited Chris to run to fill a vacancy in the ANMP board of directors. Inspired by Garrett’s vision and leadership, Chris accepted and was voted in. As a result, the third piece of our vision is taking shape. Recognizing our alignment in purpose with the ANMP, Chris and I lent our support and we were elected as members of the new board of directors...

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