NCSBS Governing Board Treasurer Receives Prestigious Athena Award

17 February 2017

Chantel Chase, Secretary/Treasurer of the Governing Board of the NCSBS, was honored Thursday afternoon by the Davis County Chamber of Commerce as the recipient of this year’s ATHENA Award. The ATHENA Award is a prestigious national award presented annually to an active member of the Davis Chamber who has demonstrated excellence in their profession, improves the quality of life for others in the community, and assists women in realizing their full leadership potential.

Chantel received the award at a luncheon celebration Thursday afternoon at the Davis Conference Center in Layton in front of more than 200 friends, family and community leaders. “I am truly honored to have been selected by the Davis Chamber of Commerce Women in Business as their 2017 Athena Recipient. It’s humbling to join those who have received this award and I am grateful,” said Chantel.

“Chantel has been such an impactful member of the NCSBS’s board of directors. She is always willing to offer guidance and support to help the NCSBS achieve its mission. Her ability to manage and find balance between being a full-time working professional, mother of three children, student and volunteer is incredible. She sets an example for other women in business and exemplifies what it means to utilize your full potential,” says Ryan Steinbeigle, Executive Director of the NCSBS.

Chantel was recently promoted to the Operations Division Manager of the Business Banking Lending Center for Zions Bancorporation. Chantel has been a member of the NCSBS board for nearly three years and has been instrumental in guiding the NCSBS through a variety of campaigns and initiatives including a new small business fundraising campaign that will launch in April 2017 to coincide with Child Abuse Prevention Month.

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Read about the ATHENA award on the Athena International website by clicking this button: Read About the ATHENA Award