Wil Cardon Announces Support from Women for Wil CoalitionPress Release - July 12, 2012
Phoenix, Arizona - The Women for Wil coalition kicked of its endorsement of Wil Cardon in style. The group gathered at Modern Steak Restaurant in Scottsdale Wednesday to chat with Wil. After a casual question and answer session, Jane Hight McMurry talked with them about her latest book, Navigating the Lipstick Jungle: Go from Plain Jane to Getting what you Want, Need and Deserve! McMurry's premise: while women may not be able to have it all, they can get what they want and need if they know how to get it.
The Women for Wil Coalition is led by Wil's wife Nicole. She's joined by 3 co-chairs:
Sarah Suggs Cheek has worked in management at several large, reputable firms including TRW, a Fortune 500 company. She is a member of the Public Relations Society of America, the American Advertising Federation and is a sustaining member of the Junior League. She's also involved with the American Heart Association Heart Ball, Phoenix Children's Hospital and Scottsdale Health Care Foundation.
Christine Ewing, owner of Ewing Consulting, works with organizations around Arizona to secure charitable support including hospitals, health and human service organizations, religious entities, arts and cultural institutions and environmental agencies. Christine considers herself a "coach" instead of the principal of the firm and prides herself on working closely on all the company's projects.
Karrin Kunasek Taylor, the Executive Vice President at DMB Associates, is responsible for ongoing land use entitlement matters and provides oversight for the company's government and political affairs efforts. She has been involved in a variety of projects including Verrado, Marley Park, Centerpoint, One Scottsdale, DC Ranch and Eastmark.
Check out the pictures from the Women for Wil luncheon below:
About Wil Cardon:
Wil is a business owner, a fifth-generation Arizonan, a father of five and a true conservative who is willing to step away from his successful business ventures to serve the people of Arizona. He grew up in a family business where as a young man he worked on the construction crew and made change at the family's gas stations. He went to both Brigham Young and Stanford for his undergraduate degree and earned an MBA from Harvard. He came back to Arizona to be a part of the family business where he has created hundreds of jobs- a debt free business that has thrived by investing in our community.Category: Press Releases