Women Auctioneers: A fast-talking woman (Johnna Wells) takes on a career in a man’s world. Why her chosen profession will leave you breathless
Click here to watch the full Better TV interview with Johnna Wells.
Johnna Wells featured on Public Radio Exchange’s “Pam McKissick Without Reserve”!
Johnna Wells of Benefit Auctions 360 was one of more than 80 business executives and community leaders who participated in the 2008 and 2009 Principal for a Day program at Portland Public Schools.
Auctioneer, Johnna Wells talks shop with Celeste Hamilton Dennis of Idealist.org
How will today’s auction industry youth change the future? They want to use new technology and preserve bid calling.
NBC’s correspondent Kevin Tibbles gives viewers a modern perspective on the diverse industry of auctioneering for the Today Show.
A fast-talking woman takes on a career in a man’s world. Why her chosen profession will leave you breathless.
For six consecutive years, gross revenue from residential and land/agricultural real estate auctions increased.
Johnna Wells is featured as one of Reppert School of Auctioneering’s 40 instructors
Johnna Wells (2005 winner of the women’s division of the International Auctioneer Championship) recently did volunteer work in devastated areas of New Orleans.
On Monday, Nov. 7, the auctioneers will host the National Auctioneers Association’s (NAA) 10th Annual Toy Auction at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Ninety-two participants battled for top honors in the men’s and women’s divisions, a $10,000 prize and a championship ring.
At 27, she’s the youngest female international auctioneer champion.
Counting sponsorship dollars and a lively auction led by Portland resident and 2005 International Auctioneer champion Johnna Wells, the organization raised $101,150, double last year’s total.
Johnna Wells is a petite brunette with a big voice and a sweet demeanor who plays the auction game like an old-fashioned cattle salesman.
On this week’s ‘A Day In the Work Life’ — our regular look at how folks trade time for money — we outbid the competition.
Running a nonprofit takes dough, which is in short supply when dozens of other do-gooders compete for the loyalty of the same deep-pocketed Portlanders
Remember the old adage ‘the early bird gets the worm’? Nowhere is it more applicable than at a charity auction.