Company: ReZolve LLC
Location: Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, United States
Betty Houbion, President at ReZolve LLC, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Executives for dedication, achievements, and leadership in private investigation and advocacy.
With years of experience to her credit, Ms. Houbion currently excels as the founding owner and president for ReZolve LLC. She has also been active as a licensed private investigator contracted for a private investigation services firm. Moreover, Ms. Houbion is a community advocate for human rights, especially for victims of sex trafficking.
Before embarking on her professional path, Ms. Houbion pursued an education at Pitzer College, from which she obtained a dual Bachelor of Arts in philosophy and French area studies. She subsequently concluded her formal academic efforts with a master’s degree in project management from the Keller Graduate School of Management at DeVry University. In addition to these accomplishments, Ms. Houbion completed human rights education training as well as diplomacy and protocols training with the U.S. Institute of Diplomacy and Human Rights in 2021.
In light of her exceptional undertakings, Ms. Houbion has accrued several accolades throughout her career. As a testament to her efforts to battle human trafficking, she has been notably recognized as the Public Citizen of the Year by the South Carolina chapter of the National Association of Social Workers. Moreover, Ms. Houbion was presented with an Award of Excellence from Coker University in 2013 and a Certificate of Appreciation from the 108th Ordnance Battalion of the 171st Infantry Brigade at Fort Jackson in South Carolina.
Ms. Houbion attributes her success to her ability to recognize risks, which was reinforced after a pilgrimage experience in Israel in which she prevented a bus crash and saved the lives of herself and others. Among the many highlights of her career, she is incredibly proud of the impact that her work has had on the lives of others, including the drafting and passing human trafficking legislation in South Carolina and helping survivors of human trafficking. In the coming years, Ms. Houbion hopes to continue her efforts to prevent human trafficking, elder abuse and fraud while dedicating her spare time to her grandchildren.
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