Iveth Jalinsky

At 16 years old, Iveth Jalinsky slept on a park bench after leaving her home in Colombia, South America.  Scared, and without means, she wrote down her life goals.  A crude list, but a basis that has driven her to succeed no matter the challenges.  Today, Iveth is the founder and CEO, of Green Resources Consulting located in Cleveland, Missouri. Luxury Stays Eco sustainable resorts, Get Green Resources Foundation and serves on multiple boards.  She believes and has learned through experience that sacrifice and endurance is the catalyst to accomplishment.  It takes courage, discipline and the ability to stay focused, along with a well-developed sense of humanity.  She is respectful of God, family, Science and the Universe and hopes to change the world by bettering the environment through Green Resources Consulting. 

She studied at Taller 5 Design University in Colombia and continued Architecture and Restoration of Fine Old Art and Antiquities in Italy while working several jobs.

In 1999, she moved to the United States to start a new life.  She was a single mother of a 2-year-old, struggling to speak and understand English and its culture.  She studied Finances, Global Trading, Stock Exchanges, and Macro Economics while developing and growing businesses from a Coin Operated Candy Machine route and a construction company, to a national concrete floor polishing company, to her latest venture giving back to the world with Green Resources Consulting.

Although the journey was difficult, she sought the mentoring of many, such as Desmond Tutu, Eckhart Tolle, Tony Robbins, Roger Kiyosaki, and Dr. Wayne Dyer in search of inner power, personal growth, and well-founded leadership.  She even spent her last dollars at times to meet and gain knowledge from these leaders.

Today she is a Board member of the Washington DC Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Committee, Board member for the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Greater KC, Johnson County Art Council Governing Board, and Board member of Ethlin’s Hope in Kenya for Girls and Boys. She continued her education at Stanford University School of Business in 2020 and Wharton University in 2021.

Her manufacturing facility specializes in producing PPE (Personal Protective Equipment), masks with greater than 99% efficiency, and filtration devices, all based on sustainable and renewable products, like Bamboo, that are gentle to our ecosystem and planet.

The most unique thing about Iveth is that she is hemispherical lateralized, meaning she can use both sides of her brain equally, she assures this helps her with her 10 kids and 4 grandkids.