Posted by Peter Roaf on Aug 15, 2017
As Verity Credit Union executive for 16 years in the Seattle area, Shari Storm oversaw marketing, IT, sales, investment services, innovation and strategy. Then she became a mother of three girls. That new career led to her book, Motherhood is the New MBA: Using Your Parenting Skills to be a Better Boss. As a parent she realized that people are motivated to get the job done in the workplace, not so much by the numbers, but when it's fun and what they enjoy doing.
Net.Banker named Storm "Innovator of the Decade." She led the Verity Mom campaign, became the first financial corporate blogger in the US and has been featured in American Banker magazine and developed a financial counseling system that saved the credit union millions of dollars during the financial crises.
Shari Storm, centre, is thanked by Tammy Hansen and
President Elect Kerry-Lynne Findlay
With 7,000 copies sold, Motherhood is the New MBA has been translated into Mandarin and has been purchased for publications in four countries and has met with considerable media coverage, including Time and Redbook magazines, Martha Stewart’s radio, BusinessWeek online, the Costco Connection and the cover of the Metro News New York. Shari received her undergraduate degree from University of Washington and her MBA from Seattle University.