Name: Irene Bozich
Irene Bozich is the Coaching Concierge helping students to understand different aspects of their coaching program, including strategizing, motivating and taking care of scheduling needs.
Irene’s education includes studying Business Education at Utah State University, court reporting at the Intermountain College of Court Reporting, a graduate of Stevens Henager Business College, a Certified Hypnotherapist with the International Medical and Dental Hypnotherapy Association, as well as an ordained minister.
Irene has been involved with several entrepreneurial pursuits throughout her life. She established a secretarial service while her children were young to bring in extra income where she became acquainted with many interesting people, including the inventor of the shuttle spacesuit; started up a cleaning service in 1986 to support her children as a single mother; became a Master Hypnotherapist helping people with specific needs; co-founded the Utah Creative Real Estate® Association (UCREA); created a wedding business performing 40 weddings each year, and developed an IPhone app and website to teach and support people across the nation on how to become a Wedding Minister; co-author of the book, “Tapping the Divine Source—The Secret to Personal Power”, co-partnering with an online Master Herbal Kit business to assist people how to use 12 different herbs to improve health; and is an active real estate investor. She attributes success of these endeavors to excellent marketing methods implemented throughout the years through websites, social media, trade shows, Iphone app and more.
“Besides my entrepreneurial pursuits, I have worked as a secretary or administrative assistant for several different companies: Univac, Lockheed in Burbank, CA, Sarcos Engineering, Huntington & Associates, Kelly Girl Services, United Savings & Loan, Fairbanks Capital and the Marv Jensen Fitness Center”, she quoted.
During her free time, she have been involved with Primary Children’s Medical Center’s “Hold on to Dear Life” campaign as a public speaker and participated in different awareness events throughout the State of Utah. Since its inception in 1991 (the same year she lost her 9 year old son, Brian, in a tragic accident), the campaign has educated the public on a number of child safety issues including child restraint and seat belt use, child abuse prevention and child protection. She have also been involved with the Mother’s Grief Group with Memorial Estates helping new members to that dreadful club become acquainted and comfortable.
“I feel my greatest success has been raising four children as a single mother. My daughters and eleven adorable grandchildren hold my heart, and I am constantly striving to set an example for them to be strong and achieve their greatest desires in life!”, she added.