“The Spouse’s Role: Supporting Each Other’s Professional Goals”
Webinar will be presented on 18 July 2017
There is no "one size fits all" when it comes to family and career. It's up to each husband and wife partnership to determine the best way to support each other's professional dreams. Crystalee and Ryan Beck follow five principles in supporting each other’s professional aspirations while raising two toddlers and starting two businesses.
Mama Bear of two cute cubs, Crystalee Beck, MPC has worked as a flight attendant, award- winning marketer, published researcher, and adjunct professor. She's now a happy mamapreneur. Crystalee earned a degree in communication from BYU. Years later, the semester she had her first baby, she graduated from the Master of Professional Communication program at Weber State University. After working for a global sales and marketing company, where she wrote for brands like Microsoft, HP, and Sony, she decided rather than climb a complicated corporate ladder, she would create her own. She started a communication consulting company in February 2016 and her team of talented writers help remarkable people and organizations tell their story. Passing it forward, she co-founded The Mama LadderTM International in 2017 to help women thrive at the intersection of mamahood and entrepreneurship. Crystalee feels alive running mountain trails and exploring new places.
Ryan Beck, MRED grew up with examples of women who have been pioneers in their industries, such as his mother and sister. After a serving an LDS mission in Nashville, Tennessee, he landed on the professional track that fit his interests best: construction and real estate. He earned a bachelor's degree in the Construction Management program at Weber State University and then completed the Master of Real Estate Development (MRED) program at the University of Utah. He remodeled his family's first home and now works as a Project Engineer at Bonneville Builders in Salt Lake City. In his free time, Ryan enjoys ultimate frisbee games, Utah's outdoor scene, and making his two toddlers giggle.