Rona Rahlf leaves her longtime job at The Daily Herald to join Fishbowl and launch Oceans Institute
OREM, Utah, April 9, 2014 – Rona Rahlf announced today that she is leaving her position as publisher of The Daily Herald newspaper in Provo, Utah, to join Fishbowl™, maker of the most popular inventory management software for QuickBooks® users.
Her new title will be managing director of Fishbowl Training Enterprises and her first endeavor will be to oversee the launch of a new global training initiative, called Oceans Institute. It provides on-demand, online, and onsite training to individuals, corporations, and communities looking for unique insights into succeeding against all odds.
Rahlf began working for Lee Enterprises, a publicly traded company that owns The Daily Herald and dozens of other publications in many states, in 1987. She worked in leadership positions at several of Lee’s publications before becoming the publisher of The Daily Herald in 2008.
“Rona brings a wealth of experience, expertise, and knowledge to Fishbowl. The leadership team at Fishbowl decided on a full-scale launch of the new division when the right person became available for the job. Rona is not only the right person, she is the only person Fishbowl would ever consider handing the Fishbowl Playbook (developed over 10 years by 100 Fishbowlers) for prosperity and success for companies, communities, and individuals to share with the world through the training programs,” said David K. Williams, Fishbowl CEO.
For more information about the Oceans Institute, email Fishbowl President Mary Michelle Scott at email@example.com.
Fishbowl Inventory, Technologies for Business, is the No. 1 selling inventory management software for QuickBooks users and it is also one of the best asset tracking solutions on the market today with clients like NASA, Nordstrom, and Mercedes-Benz. Fishbowl is a champion of business and the environment, helping organizations to immediately recognize ROI and reduce their carbon footprint and “Go Green” by efficiently managing inventory. Fishbowl also offers world-class educational training.
Fishbowl was founded in 2001 and has consistently been one of the fastest-growing employee-owned companies in the U.S. Fishbowl is committed to uplifting individuals, communities, and countries not only through its products and services but also by sharing its resources and talents in support of educational initiatives across the globe.