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Carolyn Strong


Concentrating on information design, content management and demand publishing throughout her career, Carolyn Ray Strong entered her profession because her parents were missionaries in Ethiopia from when she was 6 months old until after she was in college. Notably, her aunt, Dixie Lee Ray, was also the first female governor of the State of Washington. Ms. Strong is known as a “third-culture kid,” and it really provided her with benefits and being comfortable with different cultures and languages. For jobs, it really helped because she understood a lot about tailoring advertisements or documents to other cultures and establishing marketing materials for whole different cultures. Ms. Strong began her professional career as a mathematics and aerospace demonstrator for the Pacific Science

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Lynn Wurth


Using her leadership, organizational and people skills, Lynn R. Wurth became involved in her profession through her faith; she prayed for guidance, and was led in the right direction. She began her professional life as the president of Newman Auto Glass in Phoenix in 1958, remaining in this position for 18 years before becoming the Phoenix branch manager of National Auto Glass from 1976 to 1978. She then served the Data Corporation as an account representative from 1978 to 1981 and Computer Graphics as an account/sales representative from 1981 to 1985. Most recently, Ms. Wurth was the advertising and business manager for The Catholic Sun from 1985 to 2004. Prior to the start of her career, Ms. Wurth pursued a

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