Thanks for supporting our Women in Leadership newsletter. Next month will be the first anniversary of its launch. A year, already? No way.
Yep, a year has gone by and we expect bigger and better things for the rest of 2017. Honestly, I still really can’t believe it. The women who I have met in the past year have made me laugh, cry and most importantly, I’ve learned a lot from them.
I’ve mentioned in past columns that we are launching a series of roundtables.
This week we are hosting our first Women in Leadership roundtable. A Central Penn Business Journal edition in April will be highlighting that event. The feedback from the community has been great in supporting a roundtable discussion, and we will be hosting more in the months to come.
But let’s take a look at this month’s Women in Leadership stories:
- CPBJ Web editor Nicole Chynoweth highlights two features this month. She takes us both to the farm and courtroom with a profile of Sarah Doyle of Stock and Leader. Spoiler alert: The story features photos of an adorable lamb.
- Chynoweth also talked to Laura Deitch with Pure Barre Mechanicsburg about her leap from PR into heading up her exercise business in the midstate.
- Reporter Jason Scott shares a profile on DCED veteran Sheri Collins, and reporter Roger DuPuis talks to Kelly Withum on her vision for Lebanon’s neighborhood improvement district.
- I had great time getting to know and interview Pavone’s Amy Murray. It was refreshing to listen to her mix her dry sense of humor and her common sense advice to wellness and mindfulness. To be honest though, I have to listen to the radio in my car. I’m not sure I can give that up.