NEW: Kristin Chmielorski-Moffat is now an agent with JJ Guida Airport Realty.
A native of Follansbee, Chmielorski-Moffat is a graduate of Brooke High School, West Liberty University and the Spruce School of Real Estate. Prior to becoming a Realtor in 2012 she taught for eight years in Ohio and Hancock county schools.
Now residing in Colliers, she's a member of the Weirton Area Board of Realtors, West Virginia Association of Realtors, National Association of Realtors and the Tri-State Multi List Service.
SELECTED: Deborah H. Lee Has is serving as interim regional business director for Great Lakes & Ohio River Division, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Cincinnati.
The daughter of Wayne and Cinda Hollister of Toronto, she serves in the ORD chief of water management division. She has more than 26 years of engineering and management experience with an emphasis on water resources management. Her experience includes hydraulics and hydrology, meteorology, flood risk management, water quality and dam and levee safety.
She received the Superior Civilian Service Award due to her contribution to efforts to prevent an estimated $110 billion in damages during a spring flood on Missouri, Mississippi and Ohio rivers.
ATTENDED: Nikolas A. Kamarados, a certified financial planner with Prudential's Western Pennsylvania & West Virginia Agency, recently attended the company's two-day wealth management forum in Boston.
He was one of 31 financial professionals from across the country to attend the forum, designed to provide insight into enhanced portfolio management, demonstrative capabilities of new wealth management platforms and interactive best practices and feedbacks.
INVITED: Eastern Gateway Community College President Laura Meeks was among a select group of 25 college presidents invited to the Achieving the Dream Leader College/Aspen Presidents' Symposium entitled "Redesigning Community Colleges for Student Success: Building Cultures of Action and Inquiry that Achieve Strong and Equitable Results."
The presidents engaged in peer sessions to advance thinking and plant the seeds of action to address the challenges of the changing world faced by community colleges, according to officials.
States are ramping up accountability measures, tying funding to outcomes, and calling for greater transparency on how many students graduate and are employed, according to officials.