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Cache Valley Launch Event

Cache Valley Launch Event We hosted our second Virtual WBC launch event last week in Cache Valley and had a great time meeting so many new friends! The event was hosted in partnership with the Cache Valley Chamber of Commerce and the Professional Women’s Roundtable at the Logan Country Club. A highlight of the event [...]

Welcome to the New VISTA!

Welcome to the New VISTA! This week we got a new VISTA, Tori Crookshank! Tori will be over the ethnic minority and refugee outreach program for the Women’s Business Center. I love having a fellow VISTA on-site with me. She is smart, driven, professional, and fun. I have enjoyed being able to give her advice [...]

Ready, Set, LAUNCH!

Ready, Set, LAUNCH! Today was the FIRST EVER virtual WBC launch! The team went up to the USU Extension in Brigham City (which, by the way, was only built last December and is SO beautiful and new!) and met over 50 women from the area who came to see what the Women’s Business Center is [...]

PTAC Connections

PTAC Connections Yesterday Deb and I had the opportunity to attend the PTAC Conference in Provo, UT. I met a lot of our partners and clients, as well as some new contacts that could potential serve as strategic partners in rural areas! There were some organizations like World Trade Center Utah that have rural outreach [...]

Great Advice from Oklahoma

Great Advice from Oklahoma I talked over the phone with Jennifer Edwards from the Oklahoma WBC. Ann Marie met her at the WBC Conference in Milwaukee and gave me her contact information. It was so good to hear about the success their program is having in rural areas across Oklahoma! I typed out everything she [...]

A Little Change in the Approach

A Little Change in the Approach The focus groups aren’t going as splendidly as I had hoped they would.  One only had a couple of participants and another had just a few words to sum up the answers to each of the questions. It seems like there is a lot of work going into each [...]

Rural Connections

Rural Connections When Ann Marie went to the SBA conference last week, she connected with a woman from Oklahoma whose entire job is to travel around the state and do rural outreach. An important tidbit that she told Ann Marie is that in order to reach out and build relationships with individuals in these rural [...]

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