RizePoint officially launched into the world yesterday with 200 of our closest friends.
The event included remarks from Utah Governor Gary Herbert and RizePoint President and CEO, Frank Maylett. We were joined by local leaders, including UT Rep. John Knotwell, UT Rep. Bruce Butler, UT Sen. Brian Shiozawa, and Cottonwood Heights Mayor Kelvyn Cullimore. We also welcomed dignitaries from the Utah Technology Council, the Women Tech Council, and the Holladay Chamber of Commerce.
We announced a new partnership with Canyons School District that includes not only volunteer work in local schools, but also a STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) scholarship program for middle school students. RizePoint will be sending ten students to a STEM-oriented camp this summer.
We are proud to be reborn as RizePoint and thank everyone who attended for joining in our celebration!
President & CEO, RizePoint
Scholarship Award to Canyons School District (from left) Herbert, Amber Shill, Nancy Tingey, Maylett
Ribbon Cutting at RizePoint Offices (from left) Maylett, Herbert, Knotwell, Cutler, Shiozawa, Cullimore