Elation Inc. hires two

2014-05-04T00:00:00Z Elation Inc. hires two The Billings Gazette
May 04, 2014 12:00 am

Marilynn Miller and Leslie Scharfe have joined the staff at Elation Inc., a personal development and employee engagement firm. They may be reached at 294-2400.

Miller retired as the president & CEO of the Montana State University Billings Foundation and worked at Elation Inc. as the executive liaison. She previously worked with the Billings Area Catholic Education Trust and the Yellowstone Art Museum. Miller will take her extensive executive experience and help Elation share their mission of changing the way the world does business. Miller will be involved in executive coaching and investor engagement.

Scharfe is a coach and facilitator. She earned an undergraduate degree in communications from Westmont College and a master’s degree from Gonzaga in organizational leadership. Scharfe has extensive organizational experience and will be responsible for helping individuals and teams to change their mindset in order to get their best results in their personal and organizational lives.

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