A balance of family, work, school and professional activities, has earned Kelly Dallas the 2017 Influential Woman of Northwest Indiana Award. Out of 10 industry categories, Kelly took top honors in the Construction/Architecture/Engineering category.
Being preventative. Looking ahead. Laying the groundwork. Isaac Carr has found his calling in being the first step, the first person to reach out to.
Sister Jane Marie Klein, chairwoman Franciscan Alliance, presided during a recent Missioning Ceremony where Daniel McCormick, MD, was installed as Franciscan Health Crown Point president and chief executive officer. The program took place in the hospital’s Corpus Christi Chapel.
ArcelorMittal is committed to supporting various organizations through its employee matching gifts program, Give Boldly. The program matches up to $1,500 per year, per employee, on charitable contributions to qualified nonprofit organizations. In 2017 through Give Boldly, 826 nonprofit organizations across the U.S. benefitted from nearly $2 million in employee donations and the company match.
LIFE Under the Golden Arches: Spotlight on Mitchell Beane, Guest Services Manager at McDonald’s in Michigan City
For Mitchell Beane, newly promoted Guest Services Manager at the McDonald’s restaurant on Michigan Boulevard in Michigan City, his job is much more than just a job. It is a career with endless opportunity.
Izaiah Perrine has been working at Overhead Door for several months now and has already found that the work environment and general atmosphere is fantastic.
Great employees can make great experiences anywhere, but no establishment may prove that more than the restaurant business. Having happy servers, bartenders, and capable management is extremely important in the high-stress and fast-paced food business.
The Certified Valuation Analyst (CVA) designation is the only valuation credential accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA), the accreditation body of the Institute for Credentialing Excellence (ICE).
Having a teacher that genuinely enjoys what they do and relates that to their students can make all the difference in a student’s learning experience. Indiana University Northwest professor, Jonathyne Briggs, is one such teacher, spreading his interest in history in new and interesting ways. As a former student myself, I can attest to the engaging atmosphere he creates.