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This profile was last updated on 11/6/15  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Owner and Head Cheese

Phone: (480) ***-****  
Local Address:  Arizona , United States
Girl Meets Fork Marketing & Media

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  • degree , political science
    Arizona State University
  • ASU
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Susie Timm started ..., 8 July 2007 [cached]
Susie Timm started her journey along the road to success at Saguaro High School in Scottsdale, where she was editor-in-chief of the high school's newspaper, the Saguaro Sabercat, played on the varsity tennis team and was a member of the student government.
The outgoing young woman continued to take positive steps at Arizona State University, where she earned a degree in political science, graduated magna cum laude and served as an ASU intern at the Leadership Institute in Arlington, Va,, a nonprofit agency that teaches young people how to get involved in their communities and government.
Timm - while attending and after graduating from ASU in 2000 - became active in politics on a local, state and national level.
"I always dreamed about someday running for the Senate, so I moved temporarily to Washington, D.C., to see firsthand what the political scene was like," said Timm.
Timm was hired by UMB Bank Arizona, a Kansas City, Mo.-based bank expanding through the Southwest with big plans for the Valley and Arizona, as president of the UMB Arizona Scottsdale branch scheduled to open in August.
At age 28, she is probably the youngest bank president in the Valley and possibly Arizona.
"If you asked me when I was 18 if I'd become a community bank president at 28, I would have said ‘no way,'" said Timm."But, now I'm really looking forward to working with people and playing a major role in UMB's future development in the Valley."
As the new president of the Scottsdale UMB branch, Timm will be responsible for marketing, attracting small business, working with the Scottsdale and surrounding communities and other customers and setting up the basic operations of what is expected to be the second of many UMB branches opening in the next few years.
"We knew right away that Susie would be a great fit for UMB," said Mark Peterson, chief executive officer of UMB Bank Arizona.
We're lucky to have Susie on board with us."
Timm, when she's not coordinating banking activity, is active in several community groups, including serving as chairwoman of the Hispanic 50-50 Business Alliance, a nonprofit organization that seeks to unite Hispanic businesses with non-Hispanic companies.
Referring to the alliance, Timm said: "The only color that matters in business is - green."
She is also active in the Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce and the Associated Professionals Resource Organization of Arizona.
"My future goal is to one day own a restaurant," said Timm."I love to cook."
Susie Timm
Family: Husband, Eric Butruff; parents John and Susan Timm and twin brother, John Timm
Friday, 11 June 2010 12:00 Susie ... [cached]
Friday, 11 June 2010 12:00 Susie Timm
Susie Timm is owner of you can follow her on Twitter at @FoodiesLikeUs.
Site | Arizona Chapter - The Society of Incentive and Travel Executives, 6 Sept 2011 [cached]
Susie Timm later mentioned that she had just been twittering about beets earlier that day.
Our panel included Amanda Vega, Mike Satterfield, Regional VP of HelmsBriscoe, Kelley Cooper, Internet Marketing Manager of the Phoenix CVB, and Susie Timm, founder of
Chef Susie ..., 23 Mar 2013 [cached]
Chef Susie Timm's Chef's Corner: Meat Lovers Rejoice! | Medical News and Health Information
These are Susie Timm's works of art.
"It's an art, and it's a sport, and it's fun," Susie Timm, Owner of Girl Meats Fork, told Ivanhoe.
Timm is a self-proclaimed meat connoisseur. She and her award-winning team, Loot'n' Booty, attend barbecue competitions across the southwest.
"I'm not ashamed of the fact that I love meat, and I'm a hungry carnivore," Timm explained.
If you love meat too, Timm says a slow-cooking smoker is the way to go. Getting started is as simple as lighting some charcoal and throwing in a few chunks of apple wood for flavor. To prepare the meat, trim any excess fat. Then, place it in a plastic bag to marinate.
"Italian dressing has won us a lot of competitions, so we're pretty excited about it," Timm said.
Make sure there's no air in the bag. Let the meat marinate in the fridge for about three hours. Then, take it out and pat it dry.
"Any competition barbecue team uses rub and uses it liberally, and rub is their best friend," Timm explained.
You can make a simple rub with brown sugar, paprika, salt and pepper, and granulated garlic. Once you mix it, apply it liberally to the meat. Then, put the meat on the smoker. Susie says a mistake is cranking up the heat and drying out the meat.
"Barbecue by definition is all about low and slow," Timm added.
Other tips she included were to always use tongs to turn the meat.
"I think food should be fun," Timm concluded.
That's advice that's sure to lead to a cooking success. Susie Timm has her degree in political science and was a banker for years but says she realized her passion was food. She has a web site where she blogs, shares recipes and writes about her competitions,
About the Girl :: Girl Meets Fork, 27 Oct 2015 [cached]
Susie Timm grew up in the land of cow, otherwise known as Wisconsin. In 1992 she moved to the Valley of the Sun and graduated from high school in Scottsdale and is a proud alumni of Arizona State University with her Bachelor's of Arts degree in Political Science.
She wanted to be a fire fighter, FBI agent or politician throughout most of her childhood/college years.
Interestingly enough, she started a booming career as a banker in 2000 and was named the youngest Bank President in Arizona at the age of 27. Susie worked in that industry until it became "un-fun" in 2009.
She found her true passion in the food industry mid-2009 when she co-founded a food events company. The Girl Meets Fork blog was launched in 2010 to give her a meaty platform on which to write, cook and share recipes and delicious food finds with the local and National communities.
Through her corporation, Girl Meets Fork Marketing and Media, Susie currently manages a marketing portfolio of clients ranging in size and scope from food to entertainment to accounting. With over fifteen years of experience, her proven marketing, media and sales models have helped grow small and medium-sized companies all over Arizona and the United States.
Susie won numerous achievement awards for her sales skills during her years as a corporate warrior. Additionally, she has been honored as a member of the Phoenix Business Journal's "40 under 40," and "Women Leaders in Business," the Phoenix New Times' "100 Tastemakers in Phoenix," So Scottsdale's "24 Powerful Leaders Under 40," and as a national trendspotter for the Specialty Food Association's Fancy Food Shows. Susie is a proud graduate of Scottsdale Leadership, Class 23. Her award winning blog is syndicated as part of the Arizona Central Voices Network. Additionally, Susie has been a recurring featured guest on many local TV stations for her passionate take on gourmet food trends.
Susie believes strongly in community stewardship and to that end, she has served as a board member with Scottsdale Leadership, the Leadership Council of Careers in Culinary Arts (C-Cap AZ), and has served three times as the Co-Chair of Taste of the Nation Arizona, an event that raises important funds to feed hungry kids in Arizona.
For fun, Susie writes (a lot!), cooks, reads cooking magazines, sits in the Jacuzzi and spends too much time at Scottsdale Fashion Square. Susie is a proud patriot, a strong advocate of capitalism and she loves to debate politics with anyone who will listen.
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