Ruth Weirich has provided insight into the overall corporate strategies of divisions and companies for 30 years. She received her M.B.A. from Colorado State and her B.A. in Business Administration from Goshen College. By maximizing an organization’s operating performance and achieving its financial goals, Ruth has held responsibilities ranging from communicating with and leading all stakeholders to preparing operating budgets to overseeing a strategic plan. Ruth is an active listener, a critical thinker, and has quick judgment and decision making skills.
Weirich recently was president of aha! Process. Working for a small company allowed her to have a hands-on experience with all the strategic projects the organization developed.
- M.B.A., Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado
- B.A. in Business Administration, Goshen College, Goshen, Indiana
- Workplace Stability: Creating Conditions That Lead to Retention, Productivity, and Engagement in Entry-Level Workers
- Workplace Stability Training Supplement
Ruth’s aha! moment
She was introduced to A Framework for Understanding Poverty 16 years ago. The book provides an alternate way of looking at class issues and has been a powerful tool for Ruth both professionally and personally ever since.
Ruth and her husband love to travel. The exploration of cultures, language, and food is exciting to Ruth. She has traveled within all 50 states and has also enjoyed the adventure of traveling internationally.
What does Ruth do for fun?
On a personal note, Ruth loves to read, ski, spend time at a beach, and travel. Taking up skiing at the age of 38 brought on feelings of fear, excitement, and exhilaration. Ruth prefers an easy blue cruiser on her skis, and if Ruth can ski, you can ski! Ruth and her husband, Scott, make their home in Denver, Colorado.
What are people saying about Ruth?
“Ruth Weirich is going to make your business path easier and more successful. Ruth has the uncanny ability to help you ‘remember’ things you thought you knew but hadn’t thought of applying in a particular instance—like taking your best thinking to a higher level—then giving several more ways to capitalize on it. She brings the benefit of her broad experience with businesses of all sizes, and she knows how to make the most of every opportunity.”
“Ruth is organized, very good with people, and understands the systemic approaches needed to achieve a goal. Ruth understands business from the inside and the outside. She is a fabulous resource for any business that wants to increase its employee productivity.”