Women in BusinessFeaturing women business owners in Prescott.
Featuring Vanessa Evans, Sheri Shaw, Candy Hull, and Audra Yamamoto
When Jean-Marie Bellington and her husband Jim began searching for the perfect place to live in 2007, they had no idea their purchase of a commercial business in Prescott would lead to what has quickly become a rejuvenated spot for locals and visitors.
The craft beverage industry has no intent of slowing down throughout the US, and that includes right here in Prescott. In recent years, the town has seen local crafters staking claim— from Superstition Meadery on Gurley Street, to Granite Mountain Brewing on Cortez Street, to the newest Stoic Cider based in Williamson Valley.
The management team at Ponderosa Hotel Management is not new to the world of Hotel Restaurant Management Programs (HRM). Still, this August, the team is taking advantage of a new opportunity by participating in the HRM program at Yavapai College’s Prescott campus. The program launches August 19 and will not only bring a skilled labor pool to the region’s hotels, resorts, and restaurants but will also provide a new career path for local students.
Although many people think of farming as a male-dominated industry, women play a significant role in growing our food and, therefore, nourishing our families and
In fact, a 2017 report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics showed women farmers out-earned their male counterparts. An article on the United States Department of Agriculture website states that women make up 30 percent of farm operators in this country. And here in town, they’re making huge contributions, not just in terms of offering local produce, but also, economically.
Working Independently but Together Provides Camaraderie and Increases Productivity … and It’s Fun!We are part of the new sharing economy among the growing population of independent workers here in the Greater Prescott Area. We choose to work independently...