October 14, 2021
Individuals and Business Leaders Recognized for Hiring People with Disabilities
The 47th Annual Golden Key Awards recognize people and businesses who have helped promote employment opportunities
Award recipients are nominated by their peers, employees and community partners for making the commitment to support people with disabilities and veterans through employment, including recruitment, training and workplace accommodations.
“This year’s award recipients exemplify what it means to go above and beyond to promote equal employment opportunities for Utahns with disabilities and veterans,” said Leah Lobato, director of the Utah Governor’s Committee on Employment of People with Disabilities. “They have made invaluable contributions to individuals, communities and the entire state by changing public perceptions through inclusive business practices.”
This year’s Golden Key Award recipients are:
- Vosen’s Bread Paradise – Small Business of the Year Award
- Warren's Inc – Medium Business of the Year Award
- Franklin Covey – Large Business of the Year Award
- Krysti Meyer – Ace Business Award
- Nicolas Zemp – Ace Business Award
- Environmental Management Services – Freedom Award
- Utah Division of Technology Services – ASAP Award
- John Cardis – Educator Provider Award
- Albert Scola – Community Partner Provider Award
People with disabilities provide a wealth of knowledge, skills, talents, interests and experiences that add tremendous diversity, resourcefulness and creative energy to Utah’s workforce. To learn more about resources available to businesses hiring people with disabilities, visit jobs.utah.gov/usor.