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Cindy Poiesz, 28 Supernola, Owner

Cindy Poiesz
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Cindy Poiesz’s greatest accomplishment so far was taking the leap from a high-paying corporate job to becoming an entrepreneur. She was driven to start her business by a desire to help others become the healthiest versions of themselves. It is people — not money — that inspire her to grow her business every day. If she could pass one piece of advice along to others, it would be for them to unapologetically be themselves. In her free time, she loves to dance, explore and spend time with those who matter most, including her dog. If she could do another job for a day, she would be a dog rescuer. Poiesz finds motivation in her future potential and is constantly pushing the boundaries for her success. Ultimately, she wants to be able to look back with pride on what she’s accomplished, the people she’s affected and the positive influence she’s had on society. 

Cindy Poiesz

28
Owner
Supernola
Harrisburg, Dauphin County

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