Company: Mainstream Electric Heating Cooling & Plumbing
Location: Post Falls, Idaho, United States
Elaine Damschen, President at Mainstream Electric Heating Cooling & Plumbing, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in business administration.
Ms. Damschen became involved in her work after marrying her husband, who built an impeccable reputation as an electrician. When he started his company, he asked her to help on the business side of operations due to her natural skills in the field. Though she began her journey to professional success as a teacher, making use of the Bachelor of Arts in elementary education that she had earned from Boise State University in 1992, Ms. Damschen quickly realized she wanted to make her mark on corporate America. In 1999, after teaching at Emmett Middle School for seven years, she was hired as a teller at the Bank of America. She remained there until 2000, which is when she took on the role of president and co-owner of Mainstream Electric Heating Cooling & Plumbing. In 2011, after succeeding for many years, Ms. Damschen solidified her business skills with an Executive Master of Business Administration from Boise State University.
Ms. Damschen has been an active member of her civic community for many years. In 2001, she worked on President Bush’s First Inaugural Parade, going on to contribute to the 2014 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and the 2016 Pearl Harbor Parade. Presently, she is active on the board of directors for Next Star Network, Better Business Bureau of the Northwest and Blazen Divaz, among others. As a testament to her professional success, she has received an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau for Mainstream Electric Heating Cooling & Plumbing consistently since 2003. She has additionally been featured in both Women in Business Leadership Magazine and Spokane Coeur D’Alene Magazine. Looking toward the future, Ms. Damschen sees her company expanding to have multiple locations throughout the Northwest. Looking towards the future, she’s in the process of writing a book about her parents. In addition, she is currently Mrs. Coeur D’alene and is awaiting to participate in the 2021 Mrs. Idaho Pageant.
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