Power Women – March 2012

Kena Yoke A dynamic leader with incredible networking skills; a sharp eye for details and a tenacious work ethic.  Kena Yoke, Vice President of Island Piling, Inc., strives to reach new limits.  Along with her partner, Scott Yoke, they skillfully developed Island Piling into... Read More »

Distinctive Women 2011-2012

“Creating Relationships that make a difference.” Networker extraordinaire, Kena Yoke, firmly believes in the power of personal interaction.  Explaining her tried and true philosophy, she asserts, “Businesses succeed through creating meaningful relationships and actually connecting with people.” The woman behind the full-service office support... Read More »

Shoe Queen – Kena Yoke (Friday Girl TV)

Shoe Queen – Kena Yoke By Friday Girl on September 16, 2011 in Shoe Queen As President of Dax Enterprises, Inc., a Professional Resources Solutions business handling administrative needs for a variety of companies, and Vice President of Island Piling, Inc., a Specialty Contracting... Read More »

Gulfshore Life – March 2011

Today’s constantly changing business landscape calls for an especially dynamic, involved and well connected leader.  Meet Dax Enterprises’ founder and President, Kena Yoke. As Executive Director of the Entrepreneur Society, Chair of Marketing for N.A.P.L.E.S. Group, and the recipient of their 2010 “Lizzy” Award... Read More »

Distinctive Women Magazine 2010-2011

“The more you give back, the better life you live.” With acute attention to detail and a knack for orchestration, Dax Enterprises’ owner Kena Yoke is part detective and part conductor. Drawing on her ever-expanding expertise, Kena developed Dax into a top-notch, wholly comprehensive... Read More »

E-BELLA MAGAZINE – An Accidental Entrepreneur

By Candace Rotolo Photo Credit: Al Buschauer www.buschauerportraits.com As Seen In the MAY 2010 issue of E-Bella Magazine Fate led Kena Yoke into her career as a business owner, and she’s counting on it to turn her current dream into a reality. Kena Yoke didn’t... Read More »