Members in Action

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CREW Utah Board of Directors Scholarship

The CREW Utah Board of Directors has selected McKell Dalton to be the recipient of a $1,000 scholarship to CREW Network’s 2018 Convention, October 17 – 19, in San Diego! Congratulations McKell! This global conference, provides education, professional development, and inspiration and insight from thought-provoking speakers! McKell was selected based on her significant contributions to CREW Utah, exhibited by her service on several committees. Thank you for all you do for CREW Utah, McKell! {gallery}McKell…

B2B Drawing Winner

At the July luncheon the Business to Business Committee held a drawing for a $1,000 scholarship toward the CREW convention/ or any Leadership Summit. Amy Mills was the winner. A long-time CREW member, Amy’s B2B referrals brought several fellow CREW Utah members together. “In 2017, after over ten years managing construction, I had traded my hardhat for property development - and suddenly needed a lawyer, title agent, environmental consultant and interior designer for an affordable…

Newest inductee into the CREW Visionaries donor program

Introducing the newest inductee into the CREW Visionaries donor program. Congratulations Alison! Want to highlight yourself or another CREW Utah member in action? Email Kersten Swinyard or Kelly Carter to be featured.

Colleen Johnson paired up with Girls on the Run

Colleen Johnson, a CREW Utah member and a senior vice president with Phillips Edison & Company, spent a recent Saturday morning keeping up with a second grader. Johnson volunteered at the CREW Utah booth for Girls on the Run, a charity race for grade-school girls. Shortly before the race started, she was paired with an energetic runner with “Girl Power” painted on her forehead – Ally, a first-time racer and enthusiastic sprinter. “Just imagine a…

Jessica Hoffman to complete Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians, Miwok Tribal Administration Building

For CREW Utah member and Architect Jessica Hoffman, the satisfaction of a recent project came from blending her client’s cultural identity with the finished building. Hoffman, an associate at FFKR Architects, was the project lead in designing a tribal administration building for the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians in northern California. The 20,000 square-foot building, which opened in January 2018, serves a combination of administration and educational functions. “We wanted the tribe to have…