Halibut and women in business

Marla Snow was featured in our July/August issue for the great work she does as an attorney at Heideman, McKay, Heugly & Olsen (try saying that with your mouth full of halibut). ‘, ‘inherit’, ‘open’, ‘open’, ”, ‘wib-luncheon’,  ‘We took turns introducing ourselves at this Women in Business lunch. I”m the one in orange. Apparently I”ve worn this shirt a lot lately, and it”s the kind of shirt you notice with all its ruffles and neon-ness. Note to self: Broaden out the wardrobe a bit more. . ‘,  ‘We recently hosted a luncheon for the women featured in our July/August issue of Utah Valley Magazine. We invited them to Chef”s Table — mostly because I love the macadamia nut crusted halibut. Yes, the atmosphere is nice. The service is impeccable. But when it comes down to it, the halibut is reason enough to get out of bed in the morning.

Marla Snow was featured in our July/August issue for the great work she does as an attorney at Heideman, McKay, Heugly & Olsen (try saying that with your mouth full of halibut).

In addition to the great food (I wanted to lick my plate), I always enjoy sharing a room with ambitious women. We talk family. We talk labor. We talk marketing. We talk economy. And then we sip our waters and Diet Cokes while we check for texts from our kids and colleagues. The business world is much more personal than I pictured it when I was taking business classes in the Tanner Building at BYU 15 years ago.\n\n

We took turns introducing ourselves at this Women in Business lunch. I’m the one in orange. Apparently I’ve worn this shirt a lot lately (I have several pictures of me wearing it), and it’s the kind of shirt you notice with all its ruffles and neon-ness. Note to self: Broaden out the wardrobe a bit more — especially if there are cameras around.

Congrats to the women featured in our “Ladies First” section in our Women”s issue (July/August UVMag).

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