Cheryl Snapp Conner

Cheryl Snapp Conner, founder and managing partner of Snapp Conner PR, has more than 22 years of experience in public relations. Snapp Conner has led four successful tech PR agencies since 1989, and has been recognized as one of Utah's 30 Women to Watch. She is a trustee of the Utah Technology Council (UTC) and had directed the UTC Communications Committee since 2004. Snapp Conner has directed strategic PR programs for companies ranging from Novell to Lexmark to Altiris (now a division of Symantec). Snapp Conner PR was named one of Utah's Top 25 Under 5 companies in 2007. Snapp Conner has also been named to the vSpring v100 list (executives most likely to launch a successful start-up within the next 5-7 years, as elected by their peers) for 2008. She can be reached at cheryl@snappconner.com.

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