Speaking on Business: Sundance Winners
Zions Bank honors female role models every year who make Utah a terrific state.
This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.
In connection with the Sundance Film Festival, Zions Bank honors female role models every year who make Utah a terrific state and exemplify our mission to empower women to take opportunities, grow their own business and become leaders.
The women honored for their leadership are:
- Community Leadership: Pamela Atkinson, served as vice president of Mission Services for Intermountain Healthcare and spends time working with refugee, homeless and low-income families
- Business Leadership: Lucy Cardenas, owner and founder of Red Iguana, a great Mexican restaurant and an iconic Utah destination
- Youth Leadership: Stephenie Larsen, founder and executive director for Encircle LGBTQ Family and Youth Resource Center, providing affordable resources for the LGBTQ youth community
- Arts Leadership: Rebecca Livermore, a generational Utah artist whose paintings are included in private and corporate collections across the country
- Human Resources Leadership: Dianne James, executive vice president and chief human resources officer for Zions Bancorporation, known for her work in increasing employee engagement
- Boardroom Leadership: Dr. F. Ann Millner, State Senator for District 18 who serves on the advisory board for the Kem Gardner Policy Institute and the Governor’s Taskforce on Educational Excellence
These impressive community leaders are showcasing women as emerging drivers for our economy. They support business development, building up Utah as a great place to work and live.
Congratulations to our Sundance Film Festival Utah Women’s Leadership honorees!
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.