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EnerBank - Executive Named to People Helping People Board

Dawn Cannon, EnerBank Executive Vice President of Bank Operations, has accepted the nomination to serve on the People Helping People board, located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Cannon has a history with People Helping People, having served on the organization’s Employer Committee for the last few years.  She has worked for EnerBank USA for over 11 years serving in a variety of senior management positions in the areas of accounting, IT and operations. She also volunteers her time and resources by serving as a volunteer tax preparer for the IRS’ Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program and serving as a member of the United Way of Salt Lake’s Women’s Leadership Council.


About EnerBank USA

EnerBank is a highly specialized bank founded in 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 to 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.


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Tuesday, August 04 2020

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