Mary Anne Ketelsen, president of Mister Bee Potato Chips, has been named a “2021 Sharp Shooter” by West Virginia Executive magazine. Winners are featured in the Spring issue of the magazine.
According to the WVE magazine, awardees “never stop giving and helping, no matter the circumstances. These Sharp Shooters serve as an example as they lead in their careers and inspire others within their fields with their dedication and commitment. While the world stopped as we knew it for a time (due to Covid-19), their giving and efforts did not. These honorees embody what it means to be true West Virginians, to help one another while making the Mountain State the best possible place to live, work and play.”
Annually, West Virginia Executive magazine honors Sharp Shooters who are over the age of 43 and who have been in their positions for at least five years and actively participate in community service, philanthropic endeavors and any efforts to move the Mountain State forward.
Please congratulate our Queen Bee on this well-deserved recognition! To read more about Mary Anne and why she was chosen, visit here and turn to page 100!