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Author Archives: CPBJ Staff

Allison Beam

Allison Beam Acting Secretary of Health Commonwealth of Pennsylvania The Secretary of Health advises the Governor on policy relating to all public-health and medical issues, while leading the agency of over 1,100 colleagues to implement public health education and interventions. The secretary protects the health of Pennsylvanians and determines and employs disease prevention strategies, most recently demonstrated through the COVID-19 ...

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Anne Bahn

Anne Bahn President & CEO Byrnes Health Education In her role as president and CEO, Bahn provides ethics-centered leadership, fiscal management, staff recruitment and training and oversight of fundraising initiatives. She is also responsible for meeting short and long term strategic objectives, developing and enhancing revenue streams, and developing and retaining high quality, diverse staff. Bahn’s duties also include cultivating ...

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Reader Rankings Correction (access required)

A number of errors were made in the printed version of the Central Penn Business Journal’s 2021 Reader Rankings magazine. We apologize to our winners who were impacted, and to you, our readers. A corrected version of the magazine can be found online at: www.cpbj.com/2021-reader-rankings/

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Heather Adams

Heather Adams District Attorney Lancaster County Adams was sworn in as district attorney in January 2020 after being elected in November 2019.  She oversees an office that prosecutes criminal cases on behalf of the citizens of Lancaster County.  “While I do not think of my election in terms of ‘firsts,’” said Adams, the county’s first female DA, “I am incredibly proud that my professional ...

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Google delays return to office, mandates vaccines

SAN RAMON, Calif. (AP) — Google is postponing a return to the office for most workers until mid-October and rolling out a policy that will eventually require everyone to be vaccinated once its sprawling campuses are fully reopened in an attempt to fight the spreading Delta variant.

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