Bay Copy of Rockland has announced that Sharon Mutrie, vice president of sales and a resident of Bridgewater, has been named to the coveted “Difference Maker” list by the national trade journal ENX Magazine.
She was featured in the magazine’s May 2021 edition, which published its annual “Difference Maker” list, featuring a handful of professionals from across the United States selected for this honor.
Each year, ENX Magazine seeks peer and industry recommendations for the people who are making a difference in the industry. ENX editor Erik Cagle noted that 2020-2021 has been a year of challenges for the industry.
“These people guided us through the challenges, taking on added responsibilities, to make life and work continue as unimpeded as possible,” he said.
He noted that 2020 was a pivotal year in Mutrie’s career, with her playing a key role in securing a five-year contract for Managed Print Services for one of the state’s larger regional healthcare facilities. Mutrie oversaw the sale and the on-site installations of 500 units, which included rigid safety protocols because the work occurred during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Mutrie has been with Bay Copy for nearly 35 years, beginning as a sales trainee.
She is president of the board of South Shore Habitat for Humanity in Weymouth. Previously, she was the chair of the board of directors for Fontbonne Academy in Milton for more than five years. She has also served in many various roles for the South Shore Chamber of Commerce on their Women Business Network and Athena Program.
Mutrie received a degree in Criminal Psychology from the University of Maine.