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Today’s Inspiring Women

Today’s Inspiring Women

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November 06th 2014:Bold Leadership

This week we have two guests that are wonderful examples of being a bold leader. One from the Alaskan shores the other a female pioneer in military leadership. Our first guest is Stacie Stigar. She gave up a successful corporate job with the United Way to follow her dream of being her own boss. Stacie currently is the owner of the UPS Store in Palmer, Alaska, which ranks as one of the top stores in the US states. She will share some of her marketing and customer service strategies that helped her achieve such a top ranking. Our second guest is Ret Col Jill Morganthaler, who was one of the firs

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Colonel Jill Morgenthaler

Colonel Morgenthaler is a woman of many firsts. She was one of the first women to enter ROTC and train as an equal with men. She was the first woman battalion commander in the 88th Regional Support Command; she was the first woman brigade commander in the 84th Division; and she was the first woman Homeland Security Advisor for the State of Illinois. Colonel Jill handled disaster recovery during the San Francisco earthquake, worked as a peacekeeper in Bosnia, and helped sheltered Kosovar refugees. In Iraq, she ran the strategic communications for the international forces and on one memorable occasion stared down a hostile Saddam Hussein. For her performance in Iraqi 2004, she received t
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Stacie Stigar

Stacie Stigar is the owner of The UPS Store franchise in Palmer, Alaska, a small community about 40 miles north of Anchorage. While she was still Executive Director of the United Way, Stacie had frequented a local The UPS Store and was always impressed with the owner’s ingenuity, and customer service. Inspired, Stacie decided to open her own franchise, and after 18 months of hard work and increasing dedication towards making her business a success, she finally left her position at United Way to focus on her franchise full-time. After joining the franchise network, Stacie received strong operational and marketing support. She has also become active within The UPS Store corporate structure
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