Michele Bates
The Daily Herald
Provo, Utah

“The WBN is a great source of networking and information.  I have learned a great deal about local businesses and the women who help run them through my association with WBN.  It is a great resource and a ton of fun.”

Alison Dyer
Corporate Alliance
Orem, Utah

“WBN for me has been a great opportunity to get to know women in the community who are not just women I know through work but are my friends.  I have learned so much from each one of them and it has helped me become a better business women and friend.”

Jessica Egbert
Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions
Provo, Utah

“I’ve been involved with the Women’s Business Network for several years now.  Initially, I participated in luncheons because I thought it would be a great opportunity to let the community know about Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions.  I didn’t anticipate any personal benefit and, in fact, considered it just one more meeting to attend!   However, I quickly recognized the opportunities provided by the WBN.  Informative speakers, social opportunities with other professional women, and an expanded personal and professional network have enriched my life.  The WBN serves an important role in our community and I’m fortunate to participate!”

Cynthia Gambill
Owner – Remedez Hair-Spa
Orem, Utah

“WBN has provided me with the vehicle to maintain in touch with women in my own community that experience the same things I do: profession, decisions, compliance, family, responsibilities. It is just healthy to be able to see this growing group of women that meet as colleagues, friends, and professionals.  WBN is not only on the list but on the top of the list of ways I choose to spend my limited time available to both promote my business and make new friends.  It’s a win/win for me!”

Marsha Haynes
Utah Valley University
Orem, Utah

“I have really enjoyed my association with WBN.  Since I am from the Salt Lake area, I didn’t know a lot of business women in Utah County when I started working for Utah Valley University.  Not only has WBN provided me with many business contacts, but more importantly, it has provided a network of friends.  The women I have met are high caliber people facing many of the same issues I am.  It is so helpful to share resources and support for each other.  I would highly recommend membership in the Utah Valley Chamber as a way of expanding your network and WBN comes as an added bonus to your chamber membership.  It is well worth the time invested.”

Elizabeth Michalek
Paragon Wealth Management
Provo, Utah

“Actively participating in the Women’s Business Networking group has given me the opportunity to develop meaningful relationships with fellow business-women in the community.  It has been very valuable for me to become familiar with so many local companies and many of their key players.  These are relationships that not only benefit me in my current position but have allowed me to start to develop a network that I will have for a lifetime.  The education and networking opportunities through the WBN have been very beneficial for me personally and professionally, and have been a source of motivation and inspiration.”

Karen TapaheKaren Tapahe
MS Society
Provo, Utah

Being involved with the Women’s Business Network has given me an opportunity to network with other professional women.  The connections I’ve made there have helped me personally and professionally.  Most groups for women seem to focus on socializing and service projects.  WBN is different.  I love how they respect how valuable my time is and I rely on WBN for valuable information, education, and insights. Every time we meet is like a mini seminar and it’s one of the few meetings I’m not willing to miss.”


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