WESST Press Releases
January 11, 2013 | WESST Press Release – WESST is pleased to announce four new members to its Board of Directors: Rebecca Avitia, Attorney, Bannerman & Johnson, P.A.; Molly Bell, Director/COO, Rio Grande Wholesale Jewelers; Linda Kier, U.S. Bank, District Manager, Central New Mexico; and Mark Napolin, CLU, ChFU, Mark J. Napolin and Associates, Inc.
August 2, 2012 | WESST Press Release – The $100,000 Challenge, sponsored by Bank of America and the Frank D. Gorham, Jr. & Marie Kelly Gorham Charitable Foundation, matches 10 $5,000 donations to WESST, allowing the new donors to be recognized at the $10,000 giving level.
February 29, 2012 | WESST Press Release – WESST is pleased to announce three new members to its Board of Directors. They are: Thomas Briones, Chairms, Briones Business Law Consulting; Arvind Raichur, CEO, Sonic SEO; and Kathy Roberts, CEO, Santa Fe Trust.
January 9, 2012 | WESST Press Release – HP Life is a global program for training students, aspiring entrepreneurs, and small business owners to harness the power of IT to establish and grow their business, helping them build successful companies and create jobs.
December 16, 2011 | WESST Press Release – In a recent “Invest in WESST” fundraising initiative, WESST employees rallied to raise funds on behalf of WESST’s Job Creation Challenge.
May 12, 2011 | WESST Press Release – Only a few weeks after WESST announced its Invest in WESST Job Creation challenge, several organizations have already responded to the call for donations including a collective group of WESST employees who contributed over $5,000.
April 15, 2011 | WESST Press Release – WESST was honored to receive the first runner-up award in the Interactive Media/Website category at the New Mexico American Marketing Association’s 22nd Annual Marketer of the Year Awards Thursday, April 14, 2011, at the Hotel Albuquerque.
December 7, 2010 | WESST Press Release – Lauren Huichan began heading down a path of self destruction when she was removed from an abusive household at the age of 12 and put into foster care. Living mostly in group homes without any real support, she started getting into fights, abusing drugs, and got kicked out of high school at the age of 15. Eventually, she ended up in treatment. That’s when she started to realize that she could either continue down a path of drugs and despair or do something worthwhile with her life.