Arvig’s Staci Malikowski Named One of Prairie Business Magazine’s Top 25 Women in Business Winners for 2019
Arvig is excited to announce Staci Malikowski, Chief Financial Officer at Arvig, has been selected as one of Prairie Business magazine’s Top 25 Women in Business winners for 2019. The prestigious annual contest names 25 women in the Dakotas and Western Minnesota who are making big moves and leading the way in their careers and communities. Malikowski is featured in the March issue of the magazine.
“Staci is the type of person who embodies everything it means to be an inspiring leader. She is a driven, dedicated professional and a committed force behind our positive workplace culture,” said David Arvig, Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at Arvig. “In addition to her professional achievements, she is also passionate about giving back. Staci willingly shares her time and talents to help make the community a better place. I am proud to see Staci being recognized for her regional leadership.”
Winners are nominated by supervisors or peers within their organizations. “We’re truly inspired by this year’s winners, all of whom are dedicated and high-achieving professionals,” said Tom Dennis, Prairie Business editor in a press release announcing the winners. “We’re honored to showcase the winners and their achievements in the pages of this month’s magazine. Congratulations to them all.”
Headquartered in Perham, Minnesota, Arvig is a local, employee-owned broadband and full-service telecommunications provider. Committed to delivering cutting-edge technology to customers throughout the region, Arvig provides residential internet, television and telephone services. Additionally, Arvig provides a wide variety of business technology solutions. Visit arvig.com for additional information.
About Prairie Business magazine
For more than 15 years, Prairie Business has served as the only business-to-business magazine dedicated to the northern Plains region. More than 20,000 print and digital copies are distributed monthly. The magazine focuses on success and opportunities in North Dakota, South Dakota and western Minnesota and covers a variety of business topics including higher education, finance, architecture and engineering, agribusiness, energy, health care, economic development, tourism, technology and construction.