BY SHAUNDRA RUSHTON
Clearfield City is honored to have been selected as one of Utah’s 100 Companies Championing Women on behalf of Governor Spencer Cox, the Governor’s Office of Economic Opportunity (Go Utah), and the Utah Women & Leadership Project at Utah State University. The award commends companies that create an environment of equity and inclusion for women in Utah. Clearfield City is the only city government in Utah to win the award.
The state of Utah is involved in changing gender disparities for women, including improving workplace inclusivity. Selecting 100 Companies Championing Women is one way the state does this. As a champion for women in Utah, Clearfield City shines in the areas of women’s pay equality, leadership training, family-friendly schedules, flexible leave benefits, tuition reimbursement, and more.
“I’m thrilled Clearfield City has been recognized with this award. We do our very best to create a place where women can be successful, professionally and personally. We still have a long way to go, but with incredible leaders who set the tone for equality and family-friendly work policies and practices, Clearfield City has created a culture that elevates women. Elevating women not only lifts our company but the community as a whole,” said Summer Palmer, Assistant City Manager.
Clearfield City was chosen as an example for other Utah companies because of its innovative and supportive policies and cultures.
Clearfield currently employs 155 women, with many in management positions. The city is hiring and would love to employ Clearfield residents. To apply, visit clearfield.city/job-openings