On this podcast, we speak with innovators, entrepreneurs, and “just cool people” with a heart to change the world. We talk to those who think differently and who leave “the box” behind. As Albert Einstein said, “We can’t solve our problems using the same thinking we used when we created them.” We also speak with people who have gone through troubled times and come out on the other side. As the quote goes, “I love people who have been through the fire and walk back in carrying water for those still going through it.” (modified from Stephanie Sparkles)
Christy Kinney Ogle, Sometimes Spouse
Christy Ogle was born in Springfield, Missouri, the oldest of two children. She graduated from Fort Scott Community College, with an Associate of Science. Christy then attended College of the Ozarks, where she worked her way through college @ Hard Work U. While working three jobs she earned a Bachelor of Science degree, with a major in Psychology. She has been married to her college sweetheart Max Ogle, for over 20 years. She is the mother of three children. Christy moved from Missouri in 2007 and found her home in Texas 13 years ago. Christy was a domestic engineer for 10 years, and then began passionately advocating for those with intellectual disabilities, for over eight years. Christy was the statewide coordinator for a planning process for individuals with developmental disabilities for 4 years.
Christy is the co-founder and CEO of 5 different companies. Christy’s biggest company is Sometimes Spouse, which she is the co-founder, and there are multiple franchises throughout 5 different states. Christy is a supporter of many charities all over the country. Christy is also the co-founder of Sometimes Love, a non-profit that helps those diagnosed with Cancer to get help around the house. Christy is dedicated to helping others and putting family first.
Christy enjoys spending time with her family camping, traveling, hiking, helping others and SUPing in her free time. Christy’s number 1 priority in life is to put family first and help other families to put their family first.
See: sometimesspouse.com and [email protected]