Isagenix International LLC co-founder and executive vice president Kathy Coover is among the finalists announced today for a national 2013 Stevie Award for Women in Business.
Coover and Carol May, president of Arizona Charter Schools in Glendale, are finalists for female executive of the year in the consumer products category. May is also a finalist for a lifetime achievement award in the business – all other industries category.
Considered the “Oscars” of the business world, the women could receive either a gold, silver or bronze Stevie Award at the 10th Annual Women in Business dinner Nov. 8 in New York.
In 2002, Jim and Kathy Coover started Isagenix with a vision to impact world health and free people from physical and financial pain: and in the process create the largest health-and-wellness company in the world.
Kathy Coover, Executive Vice President, is a nationally recognized and respected field leader and trainer in the Network Marketing industry. Since 1992, Kathy has become a top money-earner in three separate companies, generating millions in income. Her training and support systems have helped to create many Isagenix millionaires* and helped tens of thousands of entrepreneurs achieve new levels of financial freedom.
“I’m grateful for this nomination and proud to represent this amazing industry and Isagenix, which is on its way to becoming a household name,” said Coover in a statement.
Kathy is responsible for developing the most dynamic training system in the industry. An expert at training people to learn and duplicate proven selling techniques, Kathy has coached hundreds of thousands of Associates, who are responsible for driving Isagenix sales up an astonishing 1300% in just five years.
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