LeAnn Hull, Founder and CEO

Leann Hull

LeAnn Hull, Founder, CEO

LeAnn Hull was born and raised in Phoenix Arizona where she has been married for 33 years and raised four children. While raising their kids, she and her husband Clay started a construction company named Arizona Window Center. Being self-employed allowed her the time to invest in their children’s lives and in the community in which they lived. After seven years of being a partner in the business, LeAnn became the owner and operator of AWC, at which point the direction of the business shifted. Expanding beyond the original design of AWC, which was a replacement window company, to include the sales and install of windows and doors both residential and commercial, was an exciting adventure. This journey was to last for the next 21 years.

As a member of the business community it was necessary to be involved with the local business chapters and continuing education organizations in order to provide the customer with the most up to date product information. These groups continued to expand the horizons and desires of LeAnn. This eventually led her to run for a seat in the United States Congress in 2010. Never at a loss for words, this opportunity provided a platform to voice her desires for a greater business community and better fiscal responsibility in our country. After many campaign speeches and debates, it became evident that speaking was one of LeAnn’s gifts and passions. Having the ability to make a difference in people’s lives through inspiration and motivation was extremely satisfying.

While still juggling the many activities of her children and the demands of the business, LeAnn continued her quest for greater involvement into her community. Kiwanis was to become the next important organization where she could dive in with all her heart and time. Currently serving as Secretary of the Sunnyslope Kiwanis has been rewarding as it provides an opportunity to work directly with the kids, changing one life at a time.

Winding AWC down was challenging but due to the economic climate, it was a necessity. Becoming a Sales Agent for Liberty Mutual has been a rewarding career move and has allowed LeAnn to continue with her many activities in the community. Continuing to develop relationships and provide great customer service has always been important to her satisfaction in life.

After the tragic loss of her 16 year old son, LeAnn founded a non-profit organization called Andy Hull’s Sunshine Foundation. The mission of this group is to raise awareness of the high rate of suicide amongst our youth. Through this process we will offer education, support and encouragement which will lead to lives being saved. Our motto is “You Matter”!

Building partnerships and relationships has been and will continue to be the focus for LeAnn’s life.