THE EVERETT ADVOCATE – Friday, March 1, 2019 Page 13 Chamber hosts networking event for young professionals A By Tara Vocino pproximately 20 companies were represented during the young professionals networking event – hosted by the Everett Chamber of Commerce – last Thursday night at Nightshift Brewing. According to Stephen Rocco, of the Chamber’s Board of Directors, the purpose of the event was to let young professionals between the ages of 25 and 35 know what kind of services the Chamber offers. Everett Bank offered a spin wheel and awarded prizes such as ice scrapers, key chains and water bottles. The grand prize was three hours of life coaching. Craig Welton, the chief development officer of Northeast Arc in Danvers, was the winner and will receive three hours of telecommute coaching from Life Coach Alyssa Rocco of Handel Group. Tara Vocino may be reached at printjournalist1@gmail.com. Shown, from left to right, are Everett Bank Branch Manager Samantha Romboli, Northeast Arc of Danvers Chief Development Officer Craig Welton and Boston Best Buddies State Director Patrick Shaughnessy. During the networking event last Thursday at Night Shift Brewing, they shared how their businesses can help each other. Welton won three hours of telecommute coaching from Handel Group Life Coach Alyssa Rocco. (Advocate Photos by Tara Vocino) Chamber of Commerce Treasurer Janis Caines and Chamber Executive Director Cheryl Smith helped to organize the networking event at Night Shift Brewing last Thursday night. Allen & Gerritsen Art Director Kayla Moran won a cellphone pouch after she spun the wheel during last Thursday’s young professionals networking event at Night Shift Brewing. Everett Bank Vice President gives advice to Revolution Axe Throwing Manager Greg DiLullo. His indoor recreational facility plans to open in April. Kayla Stravin, a business manager at Allen & Gerritsen, won sunglasses from the Everett Bank spin wheel at last Thursday’s young professionals networking event at Night Shift Brewing. Ricardo Montiel of T-Mobile in Danvers (left) shares business ideas with Lior Rozhansky, a real estate broker at Back Bay’s Engel & Völkers. Cassie Liston, a fifth grade teacher at Lawrence Community Day Charter School, and Glenn Lemieux, a lateral flow analyst at Charm Sciences, during the networking event at Night Shift Brewing The Everett Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors: Shown from left to right are Northeast Arc Chief Development Officer Craig Welton, Members Plus Credit Union Vice President Janis Caines, RL Electronics, Inc. President Raymond Lepore, Chamber of Commerce President/Curtin and Associates Managing Director Vincent Panzini and Salvatore Rocco & Sons Funeral Homes Owner Stephen Rocco. Shown, from left to right, are Eagle Bank Relationship Banking Manager Juan Lopez, Sales and Service Manager Amy Fucile, Sales and Service Manager Abdelkader Eladlouni and Wilbienly Joseph, a loans processor for the Members Plus Credit Union.

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