May 7th, 2020

NAME: Kristi Sellers

JOB/ PROFESSION: Statistician

TELL THE WORLD ABOUT KRISTI SELLERS!I earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Criminal Justice with a concentration in Forensic Crime Scene Investigation and a minor in Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness from Virginia Commonwealth University and a Master of Social Work degree from Temple University. I currently work in regulations with the federal government.

YOUR GENERATION DEMOGRAPHIC: Millennial (born between 1980 –…


May 4th, 2020

NAME: Patricia Thompson

JOB/ PROFESSION: Director, Human Resources

TELL THE WORLD ABOUT YOURSELF!I've been in the HR field for over 15 years primarily working in the hospitality industry and for a short period of time in Operations.   During my career I've had several roles ranging from HR Business Partner, Manager up to Director.  My experience encompasses all aspects of HR to include traditional HR responsibilities such as handling FMLA and Workman's Compensation…


April 8th, 2020

NAME: Kristin Shymoniak

JOB/ PROFESSION: Student Support Coordinator

TELL US ABOUT YOURSELF!A native of Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, Kristin Shymoniak is currently a Student Support Coordinator and Commissioner on the Mayor’s Commission on African American affairs. Kristin has dedicated her life to serving her community. Some of her community activism efforts include being a board member for Black Millennials 4 Flint, a grassroots civil-rights and environmental justice organization;…


March 30th, 2020


Finding new ways to boost productivity and morale in the workplace is a never-ending practice for good managers and business owners. The layout and design of the workplace, whether at home or onsite, has a direct effect on how employees deliver, both day in and day out. And as most of the workforce continues to conduct business virtually during COVID-19, we’re getting a rude wake-up call for just how much environment shapes performance.  According to the International WELL…


December 23rd, 2019

What’s your vision for 2020?

You already set new year resolutions for your personal life, so why not do it for your professional life as well? Since the new year is rapidly approaching, it’s time to create a roadmap for 2020 and create goals that set you and your company up for success.

As a small business owner, here are a few areas to focus on as you set goals for the year ahead:

2) Consider your employees and office culture: Since you’re focused on the bigger picture, take…