Jodi Tarter

Par-A-Dice Hotel Casino

As regional sales manager for Par-A-Dice Hotel Casino, Jodi Tarter is responsible for selling banquet and meeting spaces and hotel room blocks and tours, assisting with charitable donations, and maintaining relationships with a variety of nonprofit and civic organizations. Over the years, she has continued to absorb new responsibilities while taking on a leading role representing her employer in the community.

While achieving and often exceeding her sales goals, Tarter has worked with the Par-A-Dice team to develop its civic and charitable donation strategies and assisted upper management on operational strategies to strengthen the business. She is a regular volunteer for employee activities, from team picnics to the annual United Way drive, always demonstrating a positive attitude and willingness to go above and beyond for her clients.

For seven years, Tarter served on the board of Peoria Area Community Events, where she was integral in planning and executing some of the region’s largest events, including the Steamboat Festival, Taste of Peoria and Santa Claus Parade. She is a current board member of the Peoria Area Chamber of Commerce and a 2013 graduate of its Community Leadership School (CLS), serving on the CLS Planning Committee and chairing one of its small groups. She also serves on the boards of the W.D. Boyce Council and Heart of Illinois Hospitality Association, as well as planning committees for Easter Seals’ Wines and Polo on the Prairie, GEN U's Mad Dash and United Way's Power of the Purse events.

A certified toastmaster and active member of the Peoria Downtown Rotary Club, Tarter participates in the Rotary Reader program, reading with a second grader once a month at Trewyn Middle School. She is a member of Women in Leadership and the Young Professionals Organization of Greater Peoria, a volunteer for the St. Jude Telethon and Children's Hospital of Illinois Radio-A-Thon, and a devoted wife and mother of two. iBi

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