WWC Welcomes New Advisory Council Members

Women, Work, and Community is pleased to announce four new members have joined their statewide Advisory Council:  Brenda Buck, Human Resource Manager for Time Warner Cable  New England; Gwendolyn DeCicco, Business Development Recruiter for Saint Joseph’s College; Stephanie Harp, Owner of HarpWorks Writing Services and a New Ventures graduate; Bonita Pothier, Key@Work Relationship Manager and Certified Financial Educator at KeyBank.  Muriel Mosher, Vice President for Government and Public Relations at MEP Management Services, Inc., was reappointed for a second term.

Appointments to the Advisory Council are made through the Governor’s Office. Members advise the Executive Director on strategic planning and partnerships, development and budget, outreach and marketing, public policy and advocacy.

“We are very excited to have these new members add their skills and expertise to our talented Advisory Council and welcome their leadership and contributions to helping WWC achieve our mission,” stated Executive Director Gilda Nardone.