Enterprising Women Welcomes Two New Members to Advisory Board

Julie Copeland and Randy Satterlee Added as Board Members.

Raleigh, NC, May 11, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Monica Smiley, publisher and CEO of Enterprising Women magazine (http://www.enterprisingwomen.com), has appointed Julie Copeland and Randy Satterlee to the Enterprising Women Advisory Board.

As the president and CEO of Arbill, Copeland is dedicated to reducing injuries in the workplace by providing safety products, safety training and site audits to ensure every employee goes home safely to their families, every day. During her tenure, she has expanded the company’s national footprint, grown the firm’s TruLine safety product line, and expanded into much needed safety services to provide complete employee safety solutions. In 2011 alone, Arbill was recognized as one of the Top 500 Privately Held Businesses in the U.S., the Top Women-Owned Businesses in Pennsylvania (#4), the Top Diversity-Owned Businesses in Pennsylvania (#8), the Top 100 Privately Held Businesses in Pennsylvania (#13), and the Top 500 Women-Owned Businesses in the U.S. (#171) by DiversityBusiness.com.

Copeland is Vice Chair of the Women’s Enterprise Leadership Forum and a member of the WBENC Board. She is on the Council of the Women's Business Enterprise Council (WBEC) of PA-DE-sNJ. She has received both regional and national recognition for Arbill's excellence, innovation and growth. She was honored as a 2008 WBENC Women's Business Enterprise (WBE) Star, the 2011 WBE Leadership Award from the WBENC PA-DE-sNJ chapter, received a Brava! Award, was named to SmartCEO Philadelphia’s Smart 100 list and was named a Future Leader in Distribution by Industrial Distribution magazine. Committed to both the safety industry and continuous education she is a member of the Safety Marketing Group (SMG), of which she is chair, and the Young Presidents' Organization (YPO). Copeland received her bachelor’s degree from Syracuse University and her MBA from Temple University.

Doranne (Randy) B. Satterlee is CEO of VanRan Communications Services, Inc., an Atlanta-based telecommunications sales and services company. Established in 1986, VanRan Communications is a nationally certified female owned company and an Authorized Avaya Business partner. VanRan designs, installs and maintains complex telecommunications business server systems throughout the United States, including call centers and messaging solutions. A co-founder of the company, Satterlee is responsible for developing business opportunities and managing the overall corporation with offices in Atlanta and Denver. Prior to her current role, Satterlee held various positions with AT&T in its executive management development program. She received her bachelor’s degree from The Ohio State University and her master’s degree from Farleigh Dickinson University in Teaneck, N.J.

As a founding board member of Iverson Genetics Diagnostics, Satterlee has been instrumental in developing sales and strategic development plans for the company, recently meeting with state and federal representatives to discuss the benefits of genetic testing for drug metabolism. She is actively involved in her community, having served on the board of directors for the Atlanta chapter of the Red Cross as financial chair and chair of volunteer services. She currently serves as chair of the Hospital Committee for Red Cross Blood Services, Southern Region. Satterlee has been a guest speaker on entrepreneurship at local colleges and high schools, and previously served on the Telecommunications Committee for Gwinnett Technical College. Satterlee is also a member of Global Executive Women and the Women Presidents’ Organization.

Both women are winners of 2013 Enterprising Women of the Year Awards.

“Julie and Randy bring a wealth of experience and tradition of service to others to the Enterprising Women Advisory Board,” said Smiley. “Through all their business and community efforts, they have proven that confidence, determination and leadership skills can make entrepreneurial and charitable initiatives highly successful. Our readers will greatly benefit from the insight that they offer.”

- For more information regarding the Enterprising Women Advisory Board, visit http://www.enterprisingwomen.com/advisory_board.htm.

About Enterprising Women Magazine:
Enterprising Women, with headquarters in Cary, N.C., is the nation’s only women-owned magazine published exclusively for women business owners that chronicles the growing political, economic and social influence and power of entrepreneurial women. The magazine provides a friendly meeting place, a public forum and a national stage for the critical issues confronting women’s businesses and daily lives from the unique perspectives and experiences of entrepreneurial women. Published in both print and digital editions, the online edition of the magazine reaches nearly one million readers in 185 countries. For more information, please visit http://www.enterprisingwomen.com or call (919) 362-1551.

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