Hi, I'm Bobbi Horne. I help people regain their vitality for life with the breakthrough science in cell rejuvenation, sports nutrition and anti-aging technologies from Max International. Max is the global leader in the field of the research and development of Glutathione technology. Not the latest juice, berry or twig of the week ~ our science is backed by more than 25 years of clinical research by one of America's top research scientists, and the world expert in Glutathione.
Bobbi Horne is a graduate of the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada with a BA degree in Psychology and Sociology.
Bobbi's professional background has been in Business Administration/Development in the legal and healthcare industries. She has played an integral role in the launch of several start-up businesses in those industries, serving as Vice President for several companies.
When her father was diagnosed with congestive heart failure Bobbi became acutely aware of how little control most people feel they have in their health care. She began researching science-based solutions that were safe and effective and became passionate about empowering others to take control of their health.
For five years, Bobbi ran a successful clinical research business in Texas where she came to understand the real need for science-based, non-pharmaceutical solutions to health problems. She has a talent for helping other’s find their way through the “berries, juices, and twigs of the week” and to find real solutions to a healthier life.
Through her research in 2009, Bobbi was introduced to a science breakthrough in the field of glutathione that she felt obligated to share with others. She partnered with Max International to educate the masses about how raising glutathione helps cells repair, and restores the vitality, stamina and energy most people are seeking.
Bobbi is a recognized public speaker and trainer. She is a founding member of the American Business Women’s Association - West Houston Express Network and has served the group’s President for the past two years.
She and her husband, Dan, live in Katy, Texas. They have four grown children and one grandson.