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Patty White

Patty White – 50 Most Influential Women in Arizona Business

Patty White – President and CEO, St. Joseph’s Hospital

White has been with Dignity Health Arizona for 30 years. During that time, she has had progressive management positions throughout the organization, including her most current role as president and CEO.

Surprising fact: “I grew up 9 miles outside of a rural town in Missouri, a farmer’s daughter. We depended on the land for everything. I was even born at home before it was popular.”

Biggest challenge: “Work/life balance is really difficult in a fast-paced environment. I love to exercise, so I made a commitment to take the time to make that happen. Every morning, I get up at 4:30 to fit exercise into my schedule. I have been running with the same group of friends for 20 years.”

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$1 Million Prize Awarded in Health & Wealth Raffle

The Health & Wealth Raffle, benefiting Barrow & St. Joseph’s, awarded a total of $1,360,000 in Grand Prizes to three lucky Arizonans. Sedona resident Dawn Lay won $1 million on Monday, April 30, at a grand prize unveiling at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix.

“My boss told me that astrologically, something life-changing was coming for me—and obviously she knew—here it is, winning $1 million,” said Dawn Lay, Sedona resident. “The first thing I’m going to do is travel around the world, I’ve already scheduled a six-week trip to Europe for the summer and I had no idea how I was going to pay for it, it was all being charged to a credit card. Now I can stay at a bed and breakfast, instead of youth hostels, and enjoy the amazing food Europe offers, not the granola bars I was planning on bringing with me to save on costs.”

In addition to the Grand Prize winners, more than 2,000 prizes were awarded in this spring’s Raffle. Funds raised help support research, education and patient care at Barrow Neurological Institute and St. Joseph’s Hospital. Over the past 10 years, the Raffle has contributed more than $50 million to the amazing work done at Barrow and St. Joseph’s.
One of Arizona’s largest fundraisers, the Raffle is a unique gaming fundraiser that provides a fun way for Arizona residents to support Barrow & St. Joseph’s while getting a chance to win spectacular prizes. Since the Raffle began in 2003, more than 124,000 prizes have been awarded to Raffle participants including 27 homes, 433 trips, 467 vehicles and more than $15 million cash. For a complete list of prize winners, visit www.healthwealthraffle.org.

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$1 Million Prize Awarded in Health & Wealth Raffle

The Health & Wealth Raffle, benefiting Barrow & St. Joseph’s, awarded a total of $1,360,000 in Grand Prizes to three lucky Arizonans. Sedona resident Dawn Lay won $1 million on Monday, April 30, at a grand prize unveiling at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix.

“My boss told me that astrologically, something life-changing was coming for me—and obviously she knew—here it is, winning $1 million,” said Dawn Lay, Sedona resident. “The first thing I’m going to do is travel around the world, I’ve already scheduled a six-week trip to Europe for the summer and I had no idea how I was going to pay for it, it was all being charged to a credit card. Now I can stay at a bed and breakfast, instead of youth hostels, and enjoy the amazing food Europe offers, not the granola bars I was planning on bringing with me to save on costs.”

In addition to the Grand Prize winners, more than 2,000 prizes were awarded in this spring’s Raffle. Funds raised help support research, education and patient care at Barrow Neurological Institute and St. Joseph’s Hospital. Over the past 10 years, the Raffle has contributed more than $50 million to the amazing work done at Barrow and St. Joseph’s.
One of Arizona’s largest fundraisers, the Raffle is a unique gaming fundraiser that provides a fun way for Arizona residents to support Barrow & St. Joseph’s while getting a chance to win spectacular prizes. Since the Raffle began in 2003, more than 124,000 prizes have been awarded to Raffle participants including 27 homes, 433 trips, 467 vehicles and more than $15 million cash. For a complete list of prize winners, visit www.healthwealthraffle.org.

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R&R Partners adds new clients, staff

R&R Partners is leaping into 2013 adding new clients and staff as the agency gets comfortable in its new central Phoenix office space. Just recently, R&R took on Arizona Public Service (APS), IO, the datacenter company, and the Health & Wealth Raffle benefiting Barrow Neurological Institute and St. Joseph’s Hospital.

R&R now occupies the entire 29th floor at 101 N. First Avenue giving agency staff added room for growth. With an expanded client roster and new space have also come multiple new hires with plans to add more creative and account services staff.

New staff members include the following:

Ken Pham, Copywriter
A native of Arizona and a Sun Devil graduate, Ken Pham has worked across a vast range of clients with different desires and budgets. Pham’s ability to bring big ideas have earned him significant industry Emmy and Addy awards. He has developed and built brands for local, regional and national accounts such as NextCare Urgent Care, Phiten U.S.A., McDonald’s, Massage Envy, Peter Piper Pizza, Paradise Bakery & Cafe, Bashas’ and The Phoenix Zoo.
At R&R Partners, he exercises his talents on accounts such as APS, IO Data Centers, Health & Wealth Raffle benefiting Barrow Neurological Institute and St. Joseph’s Hospital, Valley Metro, The Residences at the Ritz Carlton Dove Mountain and Cox Business Services.

Ashley George, Senior Art Director
Ashley George brings a wealth of agency experience to R&R – having worked with top agencies before including High Wide & Handsome in Los Angeles and Young & Rubicam in San Francisco. Her talent has helped shape top brands such as Arbor Mist, Dell, Sunkist, Chevron, and Texaco. At R&R Partners, she works on APS, IO, St. Joseph’s Health & Wealth Raffle and Cox Communications.

Sarah Leidy, Assistant Media Buyer
Sarah Leidy hails from the East Coast where she helped launch an interactive Olympic summer campaign during her time at Neo@Ogilvy in New York City.  At R&R, she assists with negotiations and purchasing of advertising space across all media for R&R clients including St. Joseph’s Health & Wealth Raffle, Valley Metro, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, and The Residences at the Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain.

Beau Cowan, Web Developer
Beau Cowan joined R&R from Yandy.com and was hired to support R&R’s work on the agency’s Boeing International account. His work includes designing and developing new Boeing sites as well as maintaining them for consistency over time.

Matt Porembski, Designer
Matt Porembski developed his talent on interdisciplinary teams at Intel and Motorola.  He also worked as an in-house designer for a Phoenix based law firm. As a part of R&R Partners’ digital team, he creates design options for many of R&R’s web clients.

Stuart Luther, Government and Public Affairs Associate
Stuart Luther began fine-tuning his public affairs expertise while he was a student assistant for the U.S Global Change Research Program in Washington, D.C. and strengthened his research abilities as an intern for the appropriations committee for the Arizona House of Representatives. Blending the two skills together made him perfect for the R&R Partner’s Government and Public Affairs Associate position, where he dives into research to help position R&R’s clients in the public affairs sphere.

Ivanna Garcia, Agency Coordinator
Ivanna Garcia brings a diverse journalism, public relations and community relations background to R&R with experience ranging from work at a boutique advertising agency, work with the U.S. Attorney’s Office and work with another national public relations/advertising firm.  At R&R, Garcia works on public relations for the Health & Wealth Raffle, Valley Metro, and Cox Communications accounts.

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R&R Partners adds new clients, staff

R&R Partners is leaping into 2013 adding new clients and staff as the agency gets comfortable in its new central Phoenix office space. Just recently, R&R took on Arizona Public Service (APS), IO, the datacenter company, and the Health & Wealth Raffle benefiting Barrow Neurological Institute and St. Joseph’s Hospital.

R&R now occupies the entire 29th floor at 101 N. First Avenue giving agency staff added room for growth. With an expanded client roster and new space have also come multiple new hires with plans to add more creative and account services staff.

New staff members include the following:

Ken Pham, Copywriter
A native of Arizona and a Sun Devil graduate, Ken Pham has worked across a vast range of clients with different desires and budgets. Pham’s ability to bring big ideas have earned him significant industry Emmy and Addy awards. He has developed and built brands for local, regional and national accounts such as NextCare Urgent Care, Phiten U.S.A., McDonald’s, Massage Envy, Peter Piper Pizza, Paradise Bakery & Cafe, Bashas’ and The Phoenix Zoo.
At R&R Partners, he exercises his talents on accounts such as APS, IO Data Centers, Health & Wealth Raffle benefiting Barrow Neurological Institute and St. Joseph’s Hospital, Valley Metro, The Residences at the Ritz Carlton Dove Mountain and Cox Business Services.

Ashley George, Senior Art Director
Ashley George brings a wealth of agency experience to R&R – having worked with top agencies before including High Wide & Handsome in Los Angeles and Young & Rubicam in San Francisco. Her talent has helped shape top brands such as Arbor Mist, Dell, Sunkist, Chevron, and Texaco. At R&R Partners, she works on APS, IO, St. Joseph’s Health & Wealth Raffle and Cox Communications.

Sarah Leidy, Assistant Media Buyer
Sarah Leidy hails from the East Coast where she helped launch an interactive Olympic summer campaign during her time at Neo@Ogilvy in New York City.  At R&R, she assists with negotiations and purchasing of advertising space across all media for R&R clients including St. Joseph’s Health & Wealth Raffle, Valley Metro, the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority, and The Residences at the Ritz-Carlton, Dove Mountain.

Beau Cowan, Web Developer
Beau Cowan joined R&R from Yandy.com and was hired to support R&R’s work on the agency’s Boeing International account. His work includes designing and developing new Boeing sites as well as maintaining them for consistency over time.

Matt Porembski, Designer
Matt Porembski developed his talent on interdisciplinary teams at Intel and Motorola.  He also worked as an in-house designer for a Phoenix based law firm. As a part of R&R Partners’ digital team, he creates design options for many of R&R’s web clients.

Stuart Luther, Government and Public Affairs Associate
Stuart Luther began fine-tuning his public affairs expertise while he was a student assistant for the U.S Global Change Research Program in Washington, D.C. and strengthened his research abilities as an intern for the appropriations committee for the Arizona House of Representatives. Blending the two skills together made him perfect for the R&R Partner’s Government and Public Affairs Associate position, where he dives into research to help position R&R’s clients in the public affairs sphere.

Ivanna Garcia, Agency Coordinator
Ivanna Garcia brings a diverse journalism, public relations and community relations background to R&R with experience ranging from work at a boutique advertising agency, work with the U.S. Attorney’s Office and work with another national public relations/advertising firm.  At R&R, Garcia works on public relations for the Health & Wealth Raffle, Valley Metro, and Cox Communications accounts.

brain cancer

Nation’s Largest Brain Cancer Foundation Moves To Scottsdale

The largest privately funded national foundation focusing solely on brain cancer research has moved from the San Francisco Bay area (Palo Alto, Calif.) to Scottsdale. The Ben and Catherine Ivy Foundation is dedicated to funding research that improves the survival and quality of life for people with brain cancer, which are known as gliomas. Since 2005, it has contributed more than $50 million to brain cancer research in the United States and Canada, with much more funding planned.

“There is a cluster of excellent research institutions located in Phoenix, such as TGen, Barrow Neurological Institute and St. Joseph’s Hospital, with growing potential to make critical strides in brain cancer research,” said Founder and Board President Catherine Ivy, of the Ben and Catherine Ivy Foundation. “Funding these institutions and encouraging collaborations will enhance the funding we have done previously and move us closer to our goal: Doubling the survival rate of people diagnosed with gliomas within seven years from now.”

The Ben and Catherine Ivy Foundation was created in 2005 after Ben Ivy was diagnosed with a glioblastoma (GBM) and passed away four months later. A broad variety of tumors can form in the brain causing evident symptoms and approximately 40 percent of these will be diagnosed as GBM, the most aggressive form of brain cancer. Several well-known people have lost their lives due to GBM, including Senator Ted Kennedy in 2009 and Wall Street billionaire and CEO of IMG Worldwide Ted Forstmann in 2011.

Catherine Ivy is a native of Phoenix, where she grew up before moving to Palo Alto, Calif., for several years.

For more information on the Ben and Catherine Ivy Foundation, visit the Ivy Foundation’s website at ivyfoundation.org.

New York Giants

The New York Giants: The Giant's History

Credited with introducing the city of New York to football, the New York Giants have a history that is nearly as big as the team’s name.

Wellington Mara, at only the age of 14, along with his 21-year old brother Jack, took ownership of the five-year-old team in 1930 only to become the world’s youngest football team owner. Their father Tim Mara was the first owner who bought the team for a reported $500.

One of the first notable games, dubbed the “Sneakers Game,” was in 1934 where the Giants beat the Chicago Bears 30-13. The game was played in nine-degree weather, and the players were given basketball shoes to increase traction on the icy field.

Six years later, World War II comes and brings along with it many challenges for most National Football League teams. Losing many players to military service, many teams had to take desperate measures to keep the sport alive, including merging two different teams into one. The Giants, however — as their name implies — were bigger than these challenges and managed to not only survive through the War years, but also make it to three NFL championship games.

The next decade, the 1950’s, looked even more promising for the Giants as they recruited Tom Landry, Frank Gifford, Sam Huff and a few other players who would redefine the team, the NFL and football at large. Coached by Hall of Famers, these and other players also landed Hall of Fame recognition for their performance for the Giants.

Gifford, who played for the team from 1952 to 1964, holds the Giants team record of 788 touchdowns. He played in seven Pro Bowls and was named All-NFL four times. In 1953 and for the first (and only) time in the NFL, he was named to the Pro Bowl as both a defensive back and an offensive back in the following year. During his career, the Giants caught up to the NFL Championship five times and won the world championship in 1956.

The team lost many of their key players in the 1960’s, a decade that marked a turning point for the Giants. A series of repeated injuries and retirements left the team weary and uncertain through the decade and well into the 1970’s. During the ’70s, the Giants finished in last place or next-to-last eight times. This long history of losing, however, ended in 1986 with the team’s first appearance on the Super Bowl since 1956.

Four years later, the dramatic 20-19 score won the Giants their second Super Bowl over the Buffalo Bills, and three years later, in 1993, the team now had a co-owner, after 60 years of sole ownership by the Mara Family. The co-owner, Preston Robert Tisch, was a native of New York City and a lifelong fan.

Dan Reeves, hired in 1993 as head coach, brought back the Giants to the Super Bowl. The 1990′s started the team’s yet existing success with the NFL’s most promising coaches, like Jim Fassel, and the Pro Bowl players, like Eli Manning.

The Giants continue to keep Americans on their toes with their more recent Super Bowl Victory last weekend. The team scored 9 points in the first quarter, none in the second and 6 points in each of the third and fourth quarters, leaving them only four points ahead of the defeated New England Patriots.

To see who the Giants will be playing against and where, see the Spring Training Schedule. 

UA Cancer Center

Medical: University of Arizona Cancer Center


UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA CANCER CENTER

Developer: City of Phoenix
General contractor: Hensel Phelps
Architect: ZGF Architects
Location: NWC of Seventh and Fillmore streets, Phoenix
Size: 250,000 SF

The $135M, 6-story UA Cancer Center will be the latest addition to Downtown Phoenix’s Biomedical Campus. UA will partner with St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center and provide inpatient care and clinical operations. Expected start and completion dates: 4Q 2011 to 1Q 2014.

AZRE Magazine, September/October 2011
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Best Medical Project 2011

Diamond Children’s Medical Center at University Medical Center

Best Medical Project 2011: University Medical Center, KitchellDeveloper: University Medical Center
Contractor: Kitchell
Architect: NTD Architects
Size: 100,000 SF
Location: 1501 N. Campbell Ave., Tucson
Completed: September 2010

The Diamond Children’s Medical Center at UMC in Tucson is a “family centered” pediatric facility that serves young patients throughout southern Arizona. Providing construction services on an existing campus was a challenge, but Kitchell worked closely with various entities, and the interactions became the basis of work plans that evolved over time. The design of the hospital accommodates families’ physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs. Following designs of NTD Architecture, Kitchell built 36 NICU beds, 20 PICU private rooms, and a pediatric emergency department, to name a few components. There are also murals, a canopy, a large telescope and stage, and children’s library.





Honorable Mention: Ryan House at St. Joseph’s Medical Center

Honorable Mention: Ryan House at St. Joseph’s Medical CenterDeveloper: St. Joseph’s Hospital
Contractor:
Kitchell
Architect:
Orcutt-Winslow
Size:
25,107 SF
Location:
110 W. Merrell St., Phoenix
Completed:
February 2010


HR Awards 2010

2010 Human Resources Awards – Honorees and Finalists

2010 has been a tough year, especially for those in human resources who have the difficult task of dealing with the unpleasant consequences of a down economy. It’s time to show recognition to the hard-working HR professionals for all that they do for Arizona’s businesses.

The following are the honorees and finalists for the 2010 HR Awards:

HR Director of the Year

Honoree:
Maureen Sterbach Maureen SterbachVice President of Human Resources
St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center
When Maureen Sterbach joined St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center in 1998, the hospital turnover rate was 24 percent and morale was predictably low. Flash forward 12 years and the picture couldn’t be any more different. The hospital turnover rate is now 10 percent and growth has doubled to more than 5,000 employees.
Finalist:
Teresa Buelow Teresa BuelowVice President of Human Resources
Lapre Scali & Co. Insurance Services

HR Industry Leader of the Year

Honoree:
Cindy Jones Cindy JonesVice President of the Human Resources Division
Synergy Seven
This past year, Synergy Seven has guided companies through the difficult decision of downsizing. Cindy Jones’ veteran human resources skills came in handy during these precarious situations. The company’s main role is to provide support during restructuring, downsizing and reinventing, resulting in a successful transition.
Finalist:
Christine Nichols Christine NicholsHuman Resource Manager
Human Capital Strategies

HR Team of the Year

Honoree:
Direct Alliance HR Team Direct Alliancewww.directalliance.com
Employees in HR Dept.: 12
At Direct Alliance, there is no doubt as to what the outsourcing provider’s most valuable asset is — its work force. Direct Alliance’s “human capital” initiatives produce and retain the most innovative work force possible. The team filled more than 1,400 professional sales positions in 2010, doubling 2009′s number.
Finalists:
HR Team Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport AuthorityEmployees in HR Dept.: 4
HR Team City of Scottsdale City of ScottsdaleEmployees in HR Dept.: 29
HR Team Kitchell KitchellEmployees in HR Dept.: 7
St. Joseph's Hospital/Medical Center

Phoenix Bishop Revokes St. Joseph’s Catholic Endorsement

Phoenix Bishop Thomas J. Olmsted revoked his endorsement of St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center as a Catholic hospital today following a heated debate over an abortion performed at the Catholic Healthcare West (CHW) hospital.

“Though we are deeply disappointed, we will be steadfast in fulfilling our mission,” said Linda Hunt, president of St. Joseph’s. “St. Joseph’s Hospital will remain faithful to our mission of care, as we have for the last 115 years. Our caregivers deliver extraordinary medical care and share an unmatched commitment to the well-being of the communities they serve. Nothing has or will change in that regard.”

Olmsted, of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Phoenix, said in a statement that the decision was made after months of discussions between CHW, St. Joseph’s and the Phoenix Diocese.

At issue was the termination of an 11-week pregnancy to save the mother’s life in November 2009. Hunt said it was not possible to save both the lives, and the decision was made to terminate the pregnancy.

“We continue to stand by the decision, which was made in collaboration with the patient, her family, her caregivers, and our Ethics Committee. Morally, ethically, and legally, we simply cannot stand by and let someone die whose life we might be able to save,” Hunt said.

The Phoenix Diocese viewed the situation differently.

“When I met with officials of the hospital to learn more of the details of what had occurred, it became clear that, in the decision to abort, the equal dignity of mother and her baby were not both upheld; but that the baby was directly killed, which is a clear violation of ERD #45,” Olmsted said in his statement.

ERD stands for the Ethical and Religious Directives of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, which are the moral guides for Catholic hospital and health care institutions.

The nurse who terminated the pregnancy was excommunicated privately, but Olmsted said St. Joseph’s had “not addressed in an adequate manner the scandal caused by the abortion.”

This “only eroded [his] confidence” in St. Joseph’s commitment to the church’s ERDs, he added.

Olmsted said the hospital’s Mercy Care Plan, which includes “voluntary sterilization,” contraceptive counseling and abortions due to the mental or physical health of the mother, or when the pregnancy is a result of rape or incest, helped him come to the conclusion that St. Joseph’s was not complying with the church’s standards.

“In light of all these failures to comply with the Ethical and Religious Directives of the church, it is my duty to decree that, in the Diocese of Phoenix, at St. Joseph’s Hospital, CHW is not committed to following the teaching of the Catholic Church and therefore this hospital cannot be considered Catholic,” he said in his statement.

Although St. Joseph’s will not change its name or its mission, the Blessed Sacrament has been removed from the hospital’s chapel, and Mass will no longer be held there.

“St. Joseph’s will continue through our words and deeds to carry out the healing ministry of Jesus,” Hunt said. “Our operations, policies, and procedures will not change.”

A 697-bed hospital in Phoenix, St. Joseph’s is a part of CHW, a Catholic network of hospitals and medical centers. St. Joseph’s is a not-for-profit hospital that provides a wide range of health, social and support services.

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2010 Most Admired Companies Winners – Social Responsibility

The Social Responsibility category recognizes companies that excel in corporate giving, volunteerism, philanthropic efforts, and/or “green” initiatives.

Winner: St. Joseph’s Hospital & Medical Center
Category:
Social Responsibility
Headquarters:
Phoenix
Year Est.:
1895
No. of Employees in AZ: 5,342
Recent Award: Ranked in U.S. News & World Report’s Top 10 Hospitals in the nations for neurology and neurosurgery – 2010-2011
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St. Joseph’s Hospital & Medical Center participates in outreach programs that touch local and global communities. By donating medical equipment that can no longer be used at the hospital to Project C.U.R.E., St. Joseph’s helps citizens in more than 120 countries. This program also is one of the many ways St. Joseph’s is a good steward of the global environment. Also, the hospital’s Commuter Options program offers incentives to employees who carpool, bike, walk or use the bus or light rail to get to work. Several recycling programs are in place at St. Joseph’s, and eco-friendly materials, such as automatic faucets and low-impact lighting, are used in the hospital.

St. Joseph’s provides care to the un- and underinsured in Maricopa County through several programs. The hospital helps uninsured patients by running a clinic for students at Crockett Elementary School, and the MOMobile gives prenatal care to uninsured pregnant women. Physicians at St. Joseph’s support a clinic at St. Vincent de Paul that provides medical services to underinsured patients.

In addition, each year St. Joseph’s employees contribute about 25,000 cans of food to the St. Vincent de Paul holiday food drive. About 450 employees participated in the 2010 American Heart Association’s Heart and Stroke Walk and raised more than $40,000. St. Joseph’s also hosts seven blood drives annually, and each year these drives maintain or surpass the gold standard goal set by United Blood Services. These programs are only a few examples of the approximately 100 community partners St. Joseph’s works with to bring care to Arizonans in need.


Wist Owners

Finalist: Wist Office Products
Category:
Social Responsibility
Headquarters:
Tempe
Year Est.:
1955
No. of Employees in AZ:
60
Recent Award:
Ranking Arizona’s Best of the Best award – 2010
www.wist.com

Wist Office Products is committed to giving back to the community and the environment. The company has converted more than 70 percent of its customers to using e-bills in order to reduce paper usage. Wist’s truck fleet has been upgraded to a higher emission standard, and a carpooling and ride-sharing program is available for employees to take advantage of. Wist is committed to sustainability not just within the company. It also created the Blue Bin Recycling Program so customers can recycle toners free of charge.

The company also has several structured programs that encourage employees to give back to the community. Ian Wist, the general manager of the company, started Phoenix Forty, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping Phoenix youth. In addition to Phoenix Forty, the company has provided the Phoenix Boys & Girls Clubs with backpacks and office and school supplies for members. Also, Wist and the Alliance of Arizona Nonprofits have a three-year partnership through which Wist gives local nonprofit organizations rebates on Wist’s products.


Lifelock

Finalist: LifeLock
Category:
Social Responsibility
Headquarters:
Tempe
Year Est.:
2005
No. of Employees in AZ:
479
Recent Award:
Arizona Business Leadership Association’s ABL Leadership Award  – 2009
www.lifelock.com
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LifeLock’s companywide belief, “Do what you should, not what you can,” has led the company to create several programs designed to support and educate the community. Every LifeLock employee receives 24 hours of paid volunteer time off. LifeLock strives to provide volunteer opportunities in a variety of activities in order to include all employees’ interests. In 2010, LifeLock aligned with Junior Achievement and HomeBase Youth Services, both designed to help local youth.

LifeLock also donates time and effort to educating law enforcement officials on new ways to protect citizens against identity theft. In 2009, the company partnered with the FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Association to create a series of free Identity Theft Summits. The summits provided law enforcement officials with an arena to share information about preventing the growing crime of identity theft. The success of the events in 2009 led to LifeLock initiating 36 events in 2010.



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