PROGRESS 2015 - BUSINESS & INDUSTRY REVIEW
A Letter from the Publisher
Welcome to the 2015 edition of
PROGRESS, our annual publication that explores the
continually-changing business culture of southern Chester County.
In this year's issue, dedicated to
Women in Business, the Chester County Press is pleased to introduce
you to 15 women currently making their mark in different professions
and industries throughout southern Chester County. As you're about to
read, each woman we are profiling comes to her job from her own
unique background, with her own set of goals, with the influence of a
wide variety of people and experiences. Through Q & A interviews,
we introduce you to 12 women who are rising fast in the fields of
human resources, law, medicine and health, agriculture and
professional landscaping, wine making and more.
We also shine special light on three
women we feel are doing some extraordinary work in their chosen
fields: newly-elected Chester County Commissioner Michelle Kichline,
United Way of Southern Chester County Chief Executive Officer Carrie
Freeman, and Elizabeth Davis-Cerami, the owner and proprietor of Yo'R
So Sweet in Kennett Square.
In this edition of PROGRESS, we think
you'll find that each of these profiles takes you into the world of
what truly makes these women unique, and more importantly, what makes
their contributions to the vibrancy of southern Chester County so
crucial to our future.
2015 Progress Business & Industry Review