Our annual opportunity drawing is back! We are raising funds for our scholarship program, that offers young women in need at the Park City High School funding for college. The funds are administered through the Park City High School Community Scholarship Fund.
Enjoy a stay at the luxury boutique Washington School House Hotel, #1 on Tripadvisor.com in Park City. Walk down the street to dine at Butcher's Chop House and Bar. Enjoy $150 credit for services at the Zante Spa and explore with All Seasons Adventures., Est. Value $750
Karen Summerhays is a tax accountant. Her firm, The Summerhays Group, offers payroll, bookkeeping and accounting services and they do them all well, but it is the tax work that thrills her. She enjoys tax planning, tax preparation and representing people who are in tax trouble. She reads tax guides for entertainment and teaches tax seminars for leisure. She is a tax nerd.
One would think that with her head in tax files all day she would be an introvert, but she thrives interacting with people. She is always accessible to her clients and the families of her two grown children and she enjoys participating on the Utah MicroEnterprise Loan Fund's credit committee. Karen also enjoys the energy of the Park City Business Women's Network - meeting the business women and learning about their companies.
Karen celebrated two milestones this year, The Summerhays Group's twentieth anniversary and the opening of her second office. She had been meeting several of her Wasatch Back clients at Hugo's in Kimball Junction this summer but she didn't realize how often she was there till the coffee house's regulars started greeting her by name. She intends to be at her new office, in Newpark's Assemble, several days each month.
You can contact Karen at Karen@TheSummerhaysGroup.com or 801-281-3100. Just ask to speak to the tax nerd.
Discover how to master the 5 key tools for moving your business to the next level.
1) Set your intention and conquer your limiting beliefs
2) Create the vision for your buiness and put it in writing
3) Set your 2016 business goals
4) Define and write the objectives & strategies that will help to achieve your goals
5) Quantify your goals so you can track your progress
In this one day workshop, these women will share their tools & experiences as well as providing a hands on environment, so that you can leave the workshop with an actionable plan to be implemented on January 1, 2016.
Enjoy your holidays knowing that all your planning is done.
$247 donation if registered by September 21st
$297 after September 21st
*All proceeds benefiting the Park City Women's Business Network Scholarship Fund*
Limited to 40 attendees
To RSVP, click here.
Melany Palacios graduated from Nutrition Therapy Institute and is a Master Nutrition Therapist who currently resides in Park City, Utah and is the owner of Live Well Love Food. Melany strongly believes that a healthy body needs a healthy foundation and bases her practice on the concept of bio-individuality which focuses on each person's nutritional needs because those needs are unique and different.
The emphasis of Melany's practice is educating people about the importance of nutrient-dense foods and balancing biochemistry. She also uses laboratory testing to detect food allergies, blood chemistry imbalances and saliva tests for hormone imbalances.
Melany's practice focuses on metabolic detoxification, blood sugar balancing, weight management, sports nutrition, adrenal fatigue and women's health issues including hormone balancing and maintenance.
Along with nutrition consultation and assessment, Melany also conducts educational workshops, assists clients with grocery shopping, pantry organization and is a regular blogger on her website.
Melany has always been very passionate about health and wellness and feels fortunate to have acquired the necessary education and experience in order to share this information with others.
Visit www.livewelllovefood.com for more information or call Melany at 435-640-8719 for a free 1 hour consultation.
Camilla, originally from Sweden, landed in Utah with two suitcases and a mountain bike to attend the University of Utah in 1996 and like many, fell in love with the ease of access to the outdoors and decided to stay. She moved to Park City in the spring of 2007 after spending a lot of time commuting to and from the valley.
After a successful career in marketing, Camilla is now pursuing full-time entrepreneurship by building a location independent freedom business which allows her to work from anywhere in the world.
Drawing from her own personal experience, she now coaches others on how to do the same so they too can leave the rat race and pursue their passion.
Camilla is the author of the #1 Amazon Bestseller How To Get Out of Debt Living Paycheck to Paycheck and recently released her second book, 37 Days of Different.
Besides staying busy coaching, writing and traveling Camilla is an avid skier, outdoor lover and loves the entrepreneurial and nonprofit spirit of Park City and it's community.
You can connect with her on her blog No More Hamster Wheel or by sending her an email to email@example.com
We are pleased to announce that we are holding an "opportunity drawing" to raise funds for our scholarship awards. The grand prize will be a 1 night stay at Main & Sky (formerly Sky Lodge), dinner for two at Tavern, a $150 gift certificate to Sugati Spa (formerly Amatsu) and brunch for two at Riverhorse on Main. Tickets are $20 each or 3 for $50. The drawing will be held at the May member meeting.
Please share the link with friends and family!
Women face unique financial circumstances. A strong financial strategy is vital. Ensure your financial strategy fits your lifestyle and needs. Join Kathleen Barlow, Financial Advisor with Edward Jones for her presentation Five Money Questions for Women and learn about these challenges and strategies to address them.
Seating is limited, so call Christie today at 435-649-6008 to reserve space for yourself and a guest at this educational seminar.
Dinner will be served.
Wednesday, April 29, 2015 at 6:00pm
Location: 3126 Quarry Road, Ste 4H, Park City, Utah 84098
This month's member news spotlight is all about a Park City company called Recoil. Husband and wife duo David and Anne Alden came up with the idea for their business while sitting at their kitchen table with a pile of tangled cords and headphones. So began the process of inventing a product that would attempt to solve a problem that every person with a cell phone, computer or tablet deals with: Tangled Cords. It took more than one year and exactly 494 prototypes to perfect the result: Recoil Automatic Cord Winders. Launched and funded by over 1600% of the goal on Kickstarter, Recoil Winders went viral and sold more than 16,000 winders in 30 days, becoming one of the most successful projects on Kickstarter at that time.
Their team here in Park City, Utah took that momentum and have built a company that is committed to untangling and organizing every pair of headphones, USB cables, phone, computer and tablet chargers, and so many other cords that have been cluttering our desks, cars, luggage, home, and backpacks for too long.
After 3 years of online only sales, they have now landed their very first retail account and it is with a little company called CVS! They will be launching in 6300 CVS/Pharmacy locations in March and they are excited to see how the Recoil products sell in store. On behalf of the PCWBN board and all of our members, we wish Anne Alden and the entire Recoil team the very best success on their next endeavour!
To find out more about Recoil, please visit their website: http://www.recoilwinders.com
For a chance to win your very own Recoil
combo pack and never fight tangled cords again, attend our March member meeting at Red Rock Park City!
Drawing from her experiences in both non-profit management and corporate Human Resources, Jenny Zachry leads CLP Successory to advise nonprofit organizations in capacity building for success. CLP Successory cultivates strategic partnerships with nonprofit organizations through organizational development, human resources, and board relations consulting. This type of capacity building yields a culture that is rewarding to the organization's employees, volunteers, and clientele.
Before moving to a full-time consultancy, Jenny worked as a Human Resources Director in the hospitality industry and as a director in various non-profits handling everything from leadership training, volunteer management, organizational marketing, and program development. While Jenny's professional work is very satisfying, she is also an avid community volunteer. She is very active in youth development as the (volunteer) Association Director of Utah Odyssey of the Mind - an international creative problem solving competition for students from kindergarten through college. She has been involved with Odyssey of the Mind since 1994 and has served in almost every possible volunteer and leadership role within the organization.
Jenny has a Masters in International Administration from the University of Denver and a Bachelors of Arts in Political Science and Spanish from Furman University. She is a Certified Governance Trainer through BoardSource and a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR).
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