Issue 9 | 2/4/13 March Newsletter President’s MessageWe’ve focused on goal setting the last couple of months. I just wanted to follow-up with a quickreminder.Know Your Goals - Weve all heard this before, but as time goes on we forget our goals, or they getpushed to the back of our mind. If we dont know where were going, how will we know whenweve arrived? A goal is just a target, and targets are things we strive for, they keep us focused andintent on moving toward them. Review your goals and check how close you are to reaching them. Ifyou havent set yourself goals then youre at sea with no compass and no paddles.Be Positive - Everyday things happen that set us back a little, and they often seem to take on moreimportance in our lives than the good things that occur. Remind yourself every morning toapproach the day with a positive attitude, based on the fact that it is a new day and anything ispossible. It is important not to bring forward any negativity from yesterday.Keep Learning - Try to learn at least one new thing everyday. It can be absolutely anything; take alook at what your competition is up to; randomly look at how companies in other industries aremarketing themselves and see if you could adapt the ideas to your business; read a blog written bysomeone in your market; ask one of your employees what you could do to make them more efficientin their job. It really doesnt matter what you learn, but learn something, and heres a thought - writeit down and keep a record of all this new information in an ideas journal. Then, next time you wantto stimulate your creativity, refer back to all those great things you learned.You are all amazing women and are such an inspiration to me. I look forward each month to beable to rub shoulders with you!Tammy Selley, President March Luncheon "Cache Valley Travel"!Tuesday, March 12, 2013 11:55 am Golden Corral Speaker: Julie Holist RSVP: http://wib.usu.edu/
Women in Business SpotlightUtah State University has refashioned the way in which it conducts itstechnology transfer operation. Commercialization and RegionalDevelopment represents the entire university and derives its strength fromUSU’s world-class faculty, students and staff. The Commercial Enterprisesunit works closely with our academic and industry partners to develop newtechnologies by “spinning-in” business innovation opportunities. One suchinnovation has led to industry-sponsored research and $15M in futurerevenue. It is our desire and our commitment to protect USUs intellectualproperty and to develop relevant, practical technologies with industry sothat we can appropriately leverage the intellectual, financial and creativeassets of Utah State University.LJ BOLTON: · Assistant to the Vice President for Commercialization & Regional Development · Budget Officer, USTAR programs · Financial Contract Manager for Commercial Enterprises Group · Secretary for the USU USTAR Executive CommitteeLAURA STEINMEYER: · Business Assistant for the Commercial Enterprises Group · Patent Paralegal for the Intellectual Property Services Team · Former Executive Sales Assistant for Meritage Homes CorporationMONICA NEILSON: · Business Assistant for the Commercial Enterprises Group · Patent Paralegal for the Intellectual Property Services Team · Business Partner Liaison for Innovation CampusKATE PETERSON: · Marketing and Business Development Specialist for Commercial Enterprises · Writer, web developer, and social media moderator for Commercialization & Regional Development units · Primary Commercial Enterprises contact for the College of Education and Innovation Campus
Tuesday, March 26, 2013 at 5:30 p.m. Cache Valley Chefs will present their finest cuisine for your dining pleasure and in hopes of winning your vote. A live auction will The Eccles Ice Center’s administrative staff follow the chef awards would like to personally ceremonyinvite you to attend Spice on Ice 2013!It’s the place to be seen! Purchase tickets by calling 787-2288 www.ecclesice.com THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! The funds raised during this years Spice on Ice will be critical to the success and continuation of the Eccles Ice Center’s community programs!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ! Calling all volunteers! We are quickly coming up on the deadline for collecting applications for our annual scholarship awards. The deadline is March 18, 2013. I am looking for 3 or 4 volunteers to help review the applications and choose the most qualified candidates to receive a scholarship. If you are interested, please email Nicole Meyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (970) 590-0784 as well as your availability to meet.
The time has come again to nominate candidates for the Women in Business Executive Board. We are looking for members who can Attentioncommit themselves to an average of 2 hours a month fulfilling their WIB role on the board. Please do not hesitate to nominate yourself Members if you would like to serve! Please fill out the accompanying nomination form Women in Business July 2013-June 2014 Executive Board NOMINATION FORM The following WIB members are currently designated to serve on the Women in Business 2013-2014 Executive Board: POSITION NAME BUSINESS REPRESENTED President LJ Bolton USU Commercialization and Regional Dev Past President Tammy Selley Tony’s Grove/Intermountain Healthcare Treasurer Cindy Johnson Lewiston State Bank Membership Julie Hughes Stevens Henager College Scholarship Jacoba Poppleton New Dawn Technologies Past Scholarship Nicole Meyer SOS Employment Group IT Specialist Christina Roberts Logan Regional Hospital Newsletter Teri Guy Utah Public Radio Chamber Liaison Becky Conger LDS Employment Services WIB is currently accepting nominations for the following 2013-2014 board positions: President Elect Public Relations Scholarship-Elect Secretary Raffle Donations IT Specialist Elect Please fill out the following information to nominate a WIB member for a position on the 2013-2014 Executive Board. Nominations should be submitted by March 31, 2013. Name of person being nominated: Business this person represents: This person is being nominated for the following board position(s): ___ President Elect ___ Secretary ___ Raffle Donations ___ Scholarship Elect ___ IT Specialist Elect ___ Public Relations Nominated by: Please return this nomination form by email to Heidi Bullock at email@example.com or mail a printed copy of the nomination form to Heidi Bullock 664 North Main Suite 101, Logan, Utah 84321. Thank You
Logan Downtown Alliance 160 North Main Street Logan, Utah 84321 Ph: 435.752.2161 ext 104 Fax 435.753.5825 e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.logandowntown.orgFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Gary Saxton15 February 2013 435.752.2161 ext 104 Logan Film Festival Announces 2013 Film Line UpLOGAN—Logan Film Festival (LFF) has announced the 2013 Film Line-up and tickets are nowavailable online at loganfilmfestival.com.LFF is scheduled to commence on Thursday, March 21, 2013 and close on Saturday, March 23,2013 presenting three (3) days of independent film screenings, community events andeducational workshops. Currently, venues include the Caine-Lyric Theatre and the DansanteTheatre.LFF is a celebration of independent cinema from around the world and promotes a greaterappreciation of the art and commerce of filmmaking. LFF is dedicated exclusively to truly self-financed filmmakers and seeks to inspire young filmmakers and emerging filmmakers to helpthem succeed in the film industry.THE FILM LINE UPThis year the 3-day festival will screen 48 dramatic, animated, and documentary films covering awide variety of subjects and genres including Drama, Comedy, History, Social Justice, HealthAwareness, Youth, Family, Arts and Culture. The LFF features 24 world premiere films and 8films which have won honors at previous festivals. The LFF website provides film synopses,trailers, schedule, and parental advisories.The festival also hosts an Opening Night Gala, Filmmaker Reception, Awards Ceremony,Lectures, ‘FAM’ Tour, and HUB which offers great opportunities to visit with talent andfilmmakers.The Festival HUB, located at the historic Caine-Lyric Theatre, built in 1913, located at 28 WestCenter Street, Logan, Utah, and the Dansante Theatre are open to VIP PASS and ALL ACCESSCINEMA PASS holders only.LFF is hosted by the City of Logan, Utah. Logan is one of the few cities in Utah with a NationalHistoric District with wonderful old buildings and mansions in a picturesque mountain valley(Cache Valley), surrounded by century old farms, incredible mountain and valley scenery, anddozens of small farming communities perfect for filming. Visit tourcachevalley.com for a closerlook!For More Information:Gary Saxton, Logan Film Festival 435.752.2161 ext 4 or visit loganfilmfestival.com ###
Be informed!The new website looks great! http://wib.usu.edu/Facebook Women in Business - Cache Valley, Utah Please let us know if you need to be removed from this emaillist or if you know someone who needs to be added.Questions? I don’t always have the answers, but I am willingto help find them.Thank you,Teri Guy435email@example.com