Nashville, TENNESSEE - September 15, 2015
The National Women's Business Council (NWBC) recently announced that Sherry Stewart Deutschmann will be joining their group, a federal advisory council whose mission is to conduct research and provide advice and policy recommendations to the White House, Congress and the Small Business Administration. Sherry, Founder and CEO of LetterLogic, is one of 15 business women appointed to the council from across the nation to serve a consecutive three-year term.
In 2002, Sherry – a single mother with little background in running her own business – quit her job and launched LetterLogic. Her mission was simple, reports a New York Times profile; she could build a "better company by building a better culture." It worked. Today, LetterLogic is a $36 million, multi-channel patient communications company headquartered in Nashville, Tenn.
Sherry's commitment to creating a culture where employees come first has led to profiles in a variety of publications, including NY Times, Forbes Magazine, Business Leaders, INC., Fast Company and E&Y. LetterLogic has also been named an INC 5000 Company for nine consecutive years.
When asked why she is so excited to join the Council, Sherry said, "One of my favorite quotes is from Madeleine Albright who said 'there's a special place in hell for women who don't help other women.' I hope that my personal brand is forever attached to helping other women start and grow successful businesses, and the NWBC is the perfect vehicle for meaningful work that can impact women now."
"We are so excited that incredible, talented, high profile and successful women like Sherry are joining the Council. We rely on the insight and experiences of the Council Members in women's entrepreneurship to put forth sound and informed recommendations to the White House, Congress and the Small Business Administration. Sherry will build upon our legacy of inciting action," said Carla Harris, Presidentially-appointed Chair of the National Women's Business Council.
You can learn more about Sherry and her work on the Council here.
The National Women's Business Council (NWBC) is a non-partisan federal advisory council created to serve as an independent source of advice and counsel to the President, Congress, and the U.S. Small Business Administration on economic issues of importance to women business owners
LetterLogic is a premium lettershop services provider meeting the multi-channel communications, patient connections and payment solutions needs of healthcare systems and RCMs nationwide. Specializing in printing and mailing of statements, the company offers address correction and updating services that deliver the highest mail list accuracy and proactively handles return mail - even refunding customers for undeliverables. In 2014, LetterLogic introduced electronic bill presentment (via SMS and email) and payment capturing and negotiating services that give patients more options and allow healthcare providers to more quickly collect revenue.
A certified woman-owned business, the company has been applauded for its unwavering culture and drive for excellence by publications such as The New York Times and Fast Company. LetterLogic has also been named as one of America's Fastest Growing Companies by Inc. Magazine for the ninth consecutive year. For more information, call 615-783-0070 or visit letterlogic.com.