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This is a facilitated panel presentation. Panelist #1 is Nichole Kambesis, Owner - Maidpro of Lancaster, Hershey and Camp Hill Panelist #2 is Hannah Harris, Owner - Tiny Town... Read more
New SCORE mentor Winifred McGee brings considerable expert skills to the Chapter in the fields of agriculture, food production, and food safety.
John comes to his role as a mentor with over twenty-five years of experience in the printing and packaging industry. His work background includes roles in a variety of management and sales positions within several large corporations and running a small $15 million labeling equipment business for eight years.
You will find a women's network for almost every major field in business – tech, medicine, communications, science, the arts. Women are drawn to this sort of support and collaboration in a busy world where making connections is not always easy.
The small business community faces unique challenges in the months ahead as business owners, entrepreneurs, and start-ups deal with the unpredictability of an economy so easily influenced by the public healthcare crisis brought on by the COVID pandemic.
An estimated nine million people aged 65 and older volunteer their time each year in this country. SCORE chapters are built on the support of dedicated volunteers and draw on their lifetime of experience and skills. There is no more exemplary model of this than SCORE Lancaster-Lebanon volunteer mentor Tom Roche.
SCORE mentor Joella Gamon was first introduced to the Chapter as a SCORE client. She had a great experience working with her mentor Kevin Saint Cyr. So when he mentioned that she would be a welcome addition to the ranks of mentors, Joella jumped at the chance to give back to a community that she was passionate about within an established network of seasoned professionals. It seemed like the perfect fit.
SCORE mentor Ramon Estevez contributes financial expertise and bilingual skills to Chapter 16 while still pursuing an active full-time career.
New SCORE mentor Naeem Malik, recently retired from Armstrong contributes to the mission of Chapter 16.
Jean Stephens made the commitment to improving the lives of others when she became a SCORE mentor.
Paul Trunk leads the Member Services Committee, which oversees volunteer recruitment, onboarding, engagement, and retention, to continue advancing the SCORE mission within Lancaster and Lebanon Counties.
Erik Shaw is the embodiment of SCORE's future. He meshes the emotional intelligence to work with other cultures, with the process required for a startup to survive and scale.