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Member Spotlight- Aileen Mancini

July 29, 2019
1. How did you get to Greenville? I grew up just outside of Greenville, SC, and attended the College of Charleston where I met my fiancé, who is from Little Washington. When we graduated, he moved back home to get his masters and Ph.D at ECU. I stayed and worked in Charleston for a few… View Article

Young Professional Offers Chamber Leadership Institute Scholarship

May 20, 2019
The Greenville-Pitt County Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting applications for the 2020 graduating class of the Leadership Institute (LI) program. Since its inception in 1983, this program has graduated over 924 civic leaders from various businesses and organizations in Pitt County and continues to be the premier leadership development program for local community leaders…. View Article

Vote for the 2018 YP of the Year

November 2, 2018
Please cast your vote for the 2018 Young Professional of the Year through the survey link below by ranking your top 5 selections of YP members. Voting closes November 5th at 12pm. The top 5 candidates will have the opportunity to submit a more detailed application, and the YP of the Year will be announced… View Article

Apply or Nominate for the 2019 Steering Committee or Sub Committees

October 17, 2018
The Young Professionals of Pitt County are accepting nominations or applications for the 2019 Steering Committee or Sub-Committees to serve in a leadership role within the organization. Nominations or applications are open until November 9, 2019. Please fill out and return to the email listed on the bottom of the form. Thank you for your… View Article

Member Spotlight: Nathan Cohen

August 22, 2018
1. How did you get to Greenville? I attended East Carolina University 2. Where is your favorite breakfast/coffee spot in Greenville? Honestly, I don’t go out for coffee or breakfast often, but if I had to pick a place, I’d choose the Scullery. 3. Where is your favorite lunch spot in Greenville? Definitely Met Deli. It’s very close… View Article

Member Spotlight: Dan Hemme

June 22, 2018
1. How did you get to Greenville? My wife and I went to law school in Chapel Hill and wanted to live near the coast. We vacationed in eastern NC as we were growing up. Initially we ended up in New Bern and due to a job transfer were able to move to Greenville. Greenville fits… View Article

Young Professionals offer Chamber Leadership Institute Scholarship

June 12, 2018
The Greenville-Pitt County Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting applications for the 2019 graduating class of the Leadership Institute (LI) program. Since its inception in 1983, this program has graduated over 900 civic leaders from various businesses and organizations in Pitt County and continues to be the premier leadership development program for local community leaders…. View Article

Young Professionals launch whYPitt video and campaign

May 7, 2018
The Young Professionals of Pitt County organization is excited to roll out a new campaign and video as a way to highlight the great reasons our community loves Pitt County.  The video, launched on February 15, 2018, features Young Professionals (YP) members, community leaders and Pitt County residents spelling out in a few words the… View Article

Travis Albea – 2018 Steering Committee member

April 5, 2018
1. How did you get to Greenville? I was born and raised in Greenville. I left for college and law school but returned home to raise my family and begin my career. 2. Where is your favorite breakfast/coffee spot in Greenville? Weekday breakfast – JuiceVibes. Weekend breakfast – The Scullery. Coffee – Blackbeard Coffee Roasters. 3. Where… View Article

2018 Steering Committee member – Ryan Weston

March 2, 2018
1. How did you get to Greenville? My wife and I moved to Greenville because of a job opportunity with Young Life. We had a list of 15 things we decided would make it worth it, and we instantly recognized 13 of the 15 things we were looking for in our visits to Greenville. 2. Where… View Article