Wholesale Help Group operates a full integrated health and wellness business under the direction of international wellness and lifestyle expert Suprina Berenyi. WHG has recognized Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) as an integral element of wellness and has created a best of breed opportunity for business, healthcare and labor alike. The formation of a quasi-cooperative with leveraged buying power enables the health and wellness platform to expand exponentially.
WHG delivers an integrated advisory approach that draws upon its strengths in providing strategic and tactical expertise, global reach, critical industry knowledge, innovative structuring solutions and creative alliances.
Suprina Berenyi a 20-year wellness consultant. As a media and wellness expert, Suprina has co-lectured with Ann Albright, PhD, RD, Director, Division of Diabetes Translation for the CDC, and Dr. Hylan D. Shoob, an epidemiologist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). She is DDP certified by the CDC. She is also the Health and Wellness Coordinator for the Business and Labor Coalition of New York’s (BALCONY).
With over 20 years of executive management with two State Chambers of Commerce, Carol has worked with five Government Administrations and hundreds of legislators and elected officials. She has counseled thousands of businesses on attracting new clients, mitigating their risks, and maximizing their growth potential. As President, Seven Pearls, LLC she counsels clients on mitigating their risks in the areas of: Human Resources, Regulatory Compliance, Legal, Accounting, Insurance, Disaster Planning and Security.
As a lobbyist and Partner with Management and Government Resources 2, LLC, Carol has assisted numerous clients in navigating the complicated waters involved with government relations. She has presented in town forums throughout the state, hosted and appeared on a number of radio and television programs.
Carol is the Executive Director of NJ Association of Chamber of Commerce Executives (NJ ACCE’s) where she assists Presidents and CEO’s of chambers of Commerce in New Jersey on issues impacting leadership, economic development, and their membership. She is currently working with the League of Municipalities and the NJ Governor’s Office on a strategic partnership that will bring together government, chambers and the communities they serve.
As a member of the New Jersey State Bar Association’s Cybersecurity Legal Task Force, she advises lawyers on the intricate risks associated with cybersecurity. She also has clients within this field that include a number of Small Business Development Centers, veterans, insurance companies, and top universities in New Jersey.
Carol currently serves on the Board of the G.I. Go Fund, which assists veterans, active-duty personnel, their family members, veteran supporters, and all members of the military community with finding employment, connecting to their benefits, and accessing housing opportunities. She has received numerous awards for her work as a Domestic Violence Crisis Counselor and also for her work with the Juvenile Conference Committee. She is a Paralegal and is licensed in both Life and Health Insurance.
Strategic and Corporate adviser, Advocate for Latín Women, Brand Ambassador, Entrepreneur, and Philanthropist. She develops business for companies seeking to implement growth opportunities in areas such as: sales, strategic initiatives, business partnerships, market development, business expansion, and marketing. Focus in increasing revenues based on the company goods.
Due to the radical change in the business world and in helping towards being able to rebuild the economy, Irma Sanchez is part of developing businesses with medical equipment to help solve the existing demand and to help different industries have these medical products and thus be able to help heal the planet and create jobs.
She has been named member of the Welfare Committee of Miami Dade County Public Schools, a position of honor that commits her to continue supporting educational initiatives in favor of the well-being of the next generations.
She is the ambassador of major globally recognized brands such as Inca Kola, a Coca - Cola brand, to which she joins in social assistance projects to empower Latina women and disadvantaged children.
Irma is the founder of the "Women in Leadership" movement, which supports women and their economic entrepreneurship for a social transformation. Her mission is to educate women to take action and eradicate poverty.
WIL conferences are held with the support of the Small Business Administration, local businesses, various Universities, and Chambers of Commerce, both nationally and internationally. Irma garners the support of sponsorships from prominent private companies that help WIL achieve its mission. "Women in Leadership" has recently joined forces with Women Economic Forum to strengthen the worldwide entrepreneurial path of women under the guidance of powerful leaders, and representatives for organizations, that fight for the empowerment of women.