I’m proud ARJ can support small and inspiring women-owned businesses, especially those individuals who dream to be innovators.
Lenexa, Kansas (PRWEB) March 18, 2015
Enterprising Women Magazine awards ARJ CEO has one of the world's top women entrepreneurs.
Lisa Sackuvich, RN, BS, CRNI, President and Owner of ARJ Infusion Services (ARJ), has been recognized and awarded as a top leader in influential and women-owned businesses.
As an honoree, Sackuvich continues to grow ARJ Infusion Services after 15 years in business, actively supports other women entrepreneurs and small businesses locally and regionally. The company fell under the $25-$100 million dollars in annual revenue sales category for this award.
The 13th Annual Enterprising Women of the Year Awards Celebration is hosted by Enterprising Women Magazine, nationally renowned as one of the most prestigious programs for women business owners.
The company celebrates 15 years of service in serving individuals with chronic, acute and rare disorders.
ARJ has donated over $2 million dollars in community resources and donations over its lifespan for individuals and families with chronic disorders. “Our commitment to exceptional patient care hasn’t changed and we stay true to the company values started 15 years ago– that has made all the difference,” Sackuvich said. “I’m proud ARJ can support small and inspiring women-owned businesses, especially those individuals who dream to be innovators.”
Enterprising Women Magazine
Enterprising Women, headquartered in Cary, North Carolina, is the nation’s only women-owned magazine published exclusively for women business owners that chronicles the growing political, economic and social influence and power of entrepreneurial women.
ARJ Infusion Services
ARJ Infusion Services is a leading provider of specialty home infusion pharmacy and high-tech nursing services. We provide home infusion therapies for children and adults with acute and chronic conditions. Our expertise includes bleeding and neurological disorders, immune deficiencies, genetic disorders, IV antibiotics, and other injectable medications.