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
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
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 email@example.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!
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 Guy435firstname.lastname@example.org