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Retired executive shares her business acumen with local teens

Denise Herst, pictured in 2015 at the Intel campus in Chandler, was employed for 35 years with the multinational computer company based in California, in Sillicon Valley. She retired in 2016, when she was a strategic initiatives manger for the company. Since then, Herst has shared her insights on success with high school students in Yavapai County in an annual program sponsored by the Teen Launch Pad in Prescott. (Denise Herst/Courtesy)

Denise Herst, pictured in 2015 at the Intel campus in Chandler, was employed for 35 years with the multinational computer company based in California, in Sillicon Valley. She retired in 2016, when she was a strategic initiatives manger for the company. Since then, Herst has shared her insights on success with high school students in Yavapai County in an annual program sponsored by the Teen Launch Pad in Prescott. (Denise Herst/Courtesy)

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