Louise Kelly, the President and CEO of EnerBank USA will address attendees of the People Helping People Thanksgiving Social. The topic for her presentation is “Investing in Women Pays Dividends.” This will be an enlightening discussion on the value of investing in women, the need for women to invest in themselves and the importance of women investing in others.
The social takes place on Thursday November 13th at the Wells Fargo building in Salt Lake City. Those interested in attending should RSVP by November 10th by calling (801) 583–4175.
About Louise Kelly
Louise Kelly is the founding executive of Salt Lake City-based EnerBank USA, a Utah state chartered ILC (June 2002) and wholly-owned subsidiary of CMS Energy Corp. (NYSE: CMS). Louise is also a member of EnerBank’s board of directors and has served as Chairman of the Utah Association of Financial Services, an Executive Committee member of the National Association of Industrial Bankers, past Chairman of the Utah Bankers Association and a governor-appointed member of the Utah State Financial Institutions Advisory Board. She also serves on the American bankers Association’s Government Relations Council and the Board of Directors of Salt lake City based People Helping People.
About EnerBank USA
EnerBank is a highly specialized bank founded in June 2002 and headquartered in Salt Lake City, providing unsecured home improvement lending through strategic business partners and independent home improvement contractors throughout the United States. Strategic partners include manufacturers, distributors, franchisors, and major retailers of home improvement, remodeling, and energy saving products and services. The bank provides private label loan programs for strategic partner organizations (“loan program sponsors”), which in turn make those programs available to their networks of dealers.
About People Helping People
The goal at People Helping People is to teach low-income women how they can build better futures for themselves and their children by becoming, and remaining, successfully employed. Approximately 60% of their clients are single mothers and many receive public assistance. The program impacts over 2,500 individuals annually, including the children of their clients.