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June 2013 Women in Business newsletter. We meet on June

June 2013 Women in Business newsletter. We meet on June

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  • 1. Issue 12 | 6/3/13NewsletterPresident’s MessageJune Luncheon"Mobile Banking/Fraud Prevention"!Tuesday, June 11, 2013, 11:55 amNew Dawn Technologies843 S 100 W, LoganSpeaker: Raylynn SleightRSVP: http://wib.usu.edu/Courage is being scared to death—but saddling up anyway." – John WayneThis quote is exactly how I felt a year ago when I moved into thePresident’s role. It has been a terrific experience and I have grown somuch. Our Women in Business organization has amazing women thatmentor each other and provide great examples for all of us to be betterbusiness women. I am shy by nature and this role has forced me outof my comfort zone and I have been able to make lasting relationships.I hope that you will continue to support this wonderful organizationand make WIB a priority each month. There might be a time when youthink that your attendance isn’t important….. but each one of you areimportant to our success. I am impressed by the giving nature thateach of you possess. Thank you for your friendships and guidancethrough this year. I love and appreciate each one of you!Thanks for always supporting Women in Business!Tammy SelleyTammy Selley, President
  • 2. Women in Business SpotlightJulie  Hunter  Sanders  has  been  a  member  of  Women  in  Business  for  the  past  four  years;  three  of  which  she  has  served  on  the  Executive  Board  as  the  scholarship  chair  elect,  chair,  and  past  chair.      “I  had  several  friends  who  were  members  of  Women  in  Business,  and  for  some  reason  I  thought  it  was  an  exclusive  business  club,  so  I  never  pursued  joining.  However,  after  making  some  inquiries  I  found  out  the  organization  is  open  to  all  women  in  Cache  Valley.  I  joined  WIB  immediately,  and  have  enjoyed  not  only  the  comradery  amongst  the  members,  but  have  also  enjoyed  serving  on  the  Board  and  working  with  these  women  in  a  leadership  role.  I  encourage  all  members  to  invite  friends  and  colleagues  to  join  and  to  also  participate  on  the  Board  as  the  opportunity  arises.”      Julie  has  been  employed  at  Logan  Regional  Hospital  for  nearly  34  years  with  experience  in  human  resources,  community  education,  occupational  medicine,  health  plans,  and  event  planning  and  coordination.  Her  current  role  during  the  past  nine  years  has  been  a  laboratory  outreach  account  manager  where  she  participates  in  the  sales  cycle  for  obtaining  new  business;  she  acts  as  the  primary  contact  and  liaison  for  new  client  set-­‐up  (account  set-­‐up,  provider  changes,  requisitions,  reporting  schedules,  fax  authentication,  EMRs,  etc.);  maintains  Customer  Relationship  Management  (CRM)  for  all  clients  and  providers;  orders  and  distributes  supplies  and  requisitions;  organizes  and  conducts  training;  she  is  a  fundamental  liaison  for  service  satisfaction  assessment  and  problem  resolution.  Julie  says,  “I  have  been  fortunate  to  work  for  such  an  amazing  company,  and  not  only  enjoy  my  job  but  the  people  I  work  with.”    Julie  was  born  and  raised  in  a  small  farming  community  in  Box  Elder  County,  but  has  lived  in  beautiful  Cache  Valley  since  1979.  She  has  one  son  (Chris  28),  daughter-­‐in-­‐law  (Kristin  25),  daughter  (Kelsie  26)  and  amazing  twin  grandchildren  (Madyson,  Mason  7).  Outside  of  work,  Julie  enjoys  spending  time  with  family  and  friends,  meeting  new  people,  camping,  fishing,  dancing,  etc.  Julie Hunter Sanders
  • 3. The  Loaves  and  Fishes  Community  Meal  will  hold  a  fundraising  “Luau”  on  June  22nd  from  5-­‐7  pm  at  USU’s  Lundstrom  Student  Center.    For  more  information  on  attending  or  donating  items  for  our  silent  auction,  please  contact  Amy  Anderson  at  435-­‐535-­‐5296  or  email  her  at  amy.anderson@sunshineterrace.com.    The  meal  is  supported  by  groups  throughout  Cache  Valley  and  serves  not  only  the  hungry  in  our  community  but  provides  a  setting  to  help  build  relationships  across  social,  economic  and  cultural  differences.    Join  us  the  first  or  third  Saturday  of  ANY  month  at  178  W  Center  in  Logan.              Amy  Z  Anderson  Community  Liaison  Sunshine  Terrace  Foundation      Spiritual  Counselor  Sunshine  Terrace  Home  Health  and  Hospice      435-­‐535-­‐5296  Help support your local public radio station! Lotsof fun items on the Utah Public Radio 60thAnniversary auction! Statewide travel, food, art,and great deals! Go to UPR.org and bid away!
  • 4. Enjoy your summer and stay in touch!WIB website: http://wib.usu.edu/Facebook Women in Business - Cache Valley, Utah  Please let us know if you need to be removed from this email listor if you know someone who needs to be added.Questions? I don’t always have the answers, but I am willing tohelp find them.Thank you,Teri Guy435-797-3215teri.guy@usu.edu