Women in leadership

Women’s History Month- A Look Inward

Positive Impacts made by the Women inside Utility, Inc. Women’s History Month

The celebration of Women’s History Month is an important time to reflect on the progress made for women over time and to look toward the future. This Women’s History Month, let us take a moment to recognize the contributions of women in the workplace. Women bring valuable skills and perspectives to businesses of all sizes.


Importance of Women’s History Month for Future Generations

Acknowledging and celebrating women’s history is beneficial for young people. It allows them to learn from the stories of those who have come before them and better understand the struggles women have faced in the workplace. It also teaches them about the power of resilience and how determination and hard work can lead to success. As role models, these women inspire future generations to dream big, work hard to achieve their goals, and overcome obstacles.

Recognizing the Contributions of Women in the Workplace

Companies with more female leadership tend to have a higher return on investment, greater levels of innovation, and increased diversity. Women bring invaluable communication and problem-solving skills, which are essential to any successful business. Women make up nearly half of the US workforce, and they are increasingly transitioning into leadership roles.

We know that a diverse workforce is a stronger workforce. At Utility, we are committed to fostering an environment where everyone can thrive. We are proud to have women in leadership positions at our company; we know they are making a positive impact.

Utility’s Space for Growth

As a company, Utility, Inc. has been demonstrating marked progress in its product and service offerings, financial performance, as well as its internal operations over the past couple of years.

In the last 12 months, we have seen an impressive 35% increase in headcount, with half of these roles filled by women. We’re also proud to report that females now hold 10% of our leadership positions – a considerable change compared to where we were previously. We are proud to say that we now have a more diverse workforce and are committed to continuing this trend. We believe that a diversity of voices and perspectives makes us a stronger company and helps us better serve our clients.

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Celebration and Appreciation

Women’s History Month is a time for celebration and appreciation. It’s a time to honor and recognize the accomplishments of working women and to celebrate the progress that has been made in the workplace. It’s also a time to reflect on the struggles that women have had to face in the past and to look towards the future. We can celebrate the contributions of working women by supporting them in their endeavors. We can offer encouragement and practical assistance, such as mentorship, resources, and education. We can also take time to learn about the stories of working women and recognize their accomplishments.

Utility’s CEO Michael Nark has compiled a list of the inspiring women in our business who have had the greatest impact over the past year. In no particular order, here are his remarks:

  • Amanda Havice, CFO, has made a huge impact on the financial infrastructure of our company to support our clients.
  • Joyce Trotter, Director of Proposal Generation, has been at the forefront of creating new direction and processes on how we communicate our brand and solutions to our prospects and existing client base.
  • Nancy Anheier, VP of HR, has done an incredible job of increasing our human capital and contributing to the value and impact that has on our Utility family.
  • Kristen Jaynes, Director of Marketing & Creative, has been instrumental in our branding and integration initiative, unified our organization, and aligned it with our market and client needs.
  • Venice Davidson, Project Program Manager, has added value and expertise in building a Project Management Office, with an emphasis on client satisfaction.
  • Amandah Tirkot, Senior Software Architect with Polaris and Helios, developing initiatives to maximize efficiency and productivity with our clients while providing team mentoring.

We can celebrate the contributions of working women by supporting them in their endeavors. We can offer encouragement and practical assistance, such as mentorship, resources, and education. We can also take time to learn about the stories of working women and recognize their accomplishments.

The influence that working women have on future generations is undeniable. As role models, working women have a unique ability to show other women and young girls that anything is possible. They inspire us to dream big, to work hard to achieve our goals, and remind us that we are capable of overcoming challenging obstacles.

This month, let’s celebrate the working women who are making a difference in the world!

About Utility, Inc.

At Utility, we believe in using technology to enhance transparency. We are a vertically integrated supplier of software-based solutions for body-worn cameras and in-car cameras to capture video evidence, as well as digital media evidence management and video redaction for managing and releasing video.


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