Jackson Start-Up Intensive instructor nominated for Wyoming Women of Influence

JACKSON, WY— One of Jackson’s own has been nominated for the 2018 Wyoming Women of Influence award.

Sandy Schultz Hessler, instructor of the Central Wyoming College Start-Up Intensive, is nominated in the Business and Business Services category.

Schultz Hessler brings a wealth of business and teaching experience to the front of the classroom. She taught at Harvard, Tufts University and Miami University of Ohio and has been a successful entrepreneur and marketing professional. She has launched more than 100 entrepreneurs into the Wyoming economy and beyond in just four years.

“Creating a strong foundation for your business, that is the mission of the Start-Up Intensive.” Schultz Hessler said. “Everything we do develops the knowledge, the synergy and the support to help you build a successful business.”

The Wyoming Business Report received 93 completed nominations in 12 industry categories this year. The final honors will be announced during the Women of Influence awards dinner on August 16 at Little America Hotel and Resort.

“It is a joy and an honor to be able to share some of my experience and knowledge in supporting others in bringing their entrepreneurial dreams to life. Every week I get a call from a former student who shares exciting news and from folks who need some new perspective on overcoming an obstacle,” Schultz Hessler said. “But, the incredible thing is their resilience in continuing to learn and go forward.I get so inspired. It is amazing the things we can all do when we lean in to creating a thriving, supportive, learning community. ”

Community Partner:

Central Wyoming College

Central Wyoming College is a two-year college serving Fremont, Hot Springs and Teton Counties Our main campus is located in Riverton Wyoming and we have outreach centers in Lander, Jackson and Dubois, each designed

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