Tara Dimick

tara1Publisher & Owner
E2 Communications, Inc.


Tara Dimick is the owner of E2 Communications, Inc., a marketing, public relations, business development and fundraising company that she started in 2008. E2 Communications is the owner and publishing company of TK Business Magazine.

Prior to starting E2 Communications, Tara served as a fundraising consultant where she worked as a researcher, grant writing, public relations and marketing strategist.

Currently, Tara is the Senior Vice President of Business Development for Envista Credit Union where she works with businesses to help them leverage their money to grow their business. Tara also oversees the marketing department’s strategic direction.

Tara serves on the board of the Topeka Community Foundation and chairs its Donor Development Committee. She is on the board and the executive committee for the Greater Topeka Chamber of Commerce. Tara also serves on board of the Stormont Vail Health Foundation. She is a member of the KTWU Advisory Council, Topeka Collegiate Advisory Council, Jayhawk Area Council Boy Scouts Board Nominating Committee. She has served on the boards of the Topeka Independent Business Association, the Washburn Leadership Institute Advisory Council and the Shawnee County Historical Society.

Tara graduated summa cum laude from Washburn University with a BA and MBA. She has a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and certificates in facilitation, coaching and leadership training.

Tara and her husband, Braden, have three children, Hope (15), Cordell (13) and Harmony (5).


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