Most important Line chamber’s once-a-year awards honor business leadership

Most important Line chamber’s once-a-year awards honor business leadership

It was a “Celebration of Leadership” when associates of the Principal Line Chamber of Commerce arrived with each other to current the chamber’s annual business awards and identify the graduates of the latest Management Principal Line neighborhood management system.

A complete of seven winners in various leadership types were announced throughout the June 23 event, which was held at the Philadelphia Nation Club in Decreased Merion Township, Montgomery County.

Bernard Dagenais, president and CEO of The Main Line Chamber of Commerce speaks during the chamber's June 23 event. (PHOTO COURTESY OF THE MAIN LINE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE)
Bernard Dagenais, president and CEO of The Major Line Chamber of Commerce speaks for the duration of the chamber’s June 23 function. (Image COURTESY OF THE Major LINE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE)

Enterprise and local community leaders have been nominated for the annual awards by chamber customers, according to Bernard Dagenais, president and CEO of the Primary Line Chamber of Commerce.

“They strengthen our region’s economic system, give jobs and strengthen the high-quality of existence for our citizens,” Dagenais mentioned of the winners.

Recipients of this year’s awards incorporate:

• UGI Corp., King of Prussia — Large Business enterprise of the Calendar year

• Barry Isett & Associates Inc., Lehigh Valley/Delaware Valley — Medium Enterprise of the Year

• American Tenant Screen (ATS) Inc. and Verify Protect, Newtown Sq. —   Small Enterprise of the Yr

• Philadelphia Youth Network, Philadelphia — Nonprofit of the 12 months

• Mom Compost, Wynnewood —  Environmentally friendly Company of the Year

• Paul Rovner, The Haverford Believe in Co., Radnor Paul Rovner, The Haverford Have faith in Co., Radnor —  CFO of the Yr

• Bob D’Amicantonio and Lou D’Amicantonio, D’Amicantonio Footwear, Wayne — F. Karl Schauffele Neighborhood Company Award

Paul Rovern, CFO for the Haverford Trust Co., received the CFO of the Year award from the Main Line Chamber of Commerce during the chamber's June 23 awards program. (PHOTO COURTESY THE MAIN LINE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.)
Paul Rovner, CFO for the Haverford Trust Co., acquired the CFO of the Calendar year award from the Major Line Chamber of Commerce throughout the chamber’s June 23 enterprise awards application. (Photograph COURTESY THE Primary LINE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.)

Management Primary Line provides individuals with leadership advancement “through a lens of neighborhood involvement,” in accordance to the chamber. About the earlier 6 months, the 14 course associates designed their leadership techniques “while providing back again to the community by way of nonprofit venture work.”

Even though collaborating in the method, the Leadership Key Line class labored on a task. This year’s class effort and hard work associated learning and building strategic recommendations to the board of administrators of ElderNet, which presents social services to inhabitants of Reduced Merion and Narberth who deal with financial and bodily troubles.

“Companies and nonprofits determine and invest in Management Most important Line contributors, who make time to replicate on, build and hone their capabilities as leaders,” Dagenais reported in a assertion. “This year’s class is superb.”

Members of the 2022 Management Major Line course included:

John Christiansen, Aqua Pennsylvania Candice Linehan, Delaware County Target Help Center Dario Bellot, Harcum Higher education Lauren Stout, Lumbermens Merchandising Corp. Paloma Vila, Lessen Merion Township Chad Shank, M&T Lender, Radnor Dahlia Malesevic, M&T Financial institution, Paoli Lauren Large and Rosangely Cruz-Rojas, Main Line Well being Bryan Tracy and Halie O’Shea, The Haverford Trust Co. Vibha Agrawal, The Primary Line Chamber of Commerce Devon Greene, Tozour Power Systems Gregg Strongin, WSFS Lender.

The Most important Line Chamber of Commerce serves nine boroughs and townships that represent the region recognised as the Principal Line and has 850 member enterprises. For additional information, pay a visit to or phone 610-687-6232.