Springfield Young Professional Society recently welcomed 3 new board members. Springfield YPS elevates the level of each members’ craft by enriching their experience through programs and networking events that add value and remain relevant to their ever-evolving industries.

Springfield YPS continues to concentrate their efforts on business & career development, networking, social & cultural involvement, and community activism. Their diverse membership comes from a wide range of professions and backgrounds united by a commitment to make Springfield a better place to work, live, play, and stay.

New board members include Aiden McDonald of Visual Sound Productions, Ryan Brassard of Raymond James and Sarah Federation of Bacon Wilson.

The new board members join existing board members Nikai Fondon of Berkshire Bank and the ‘She Did That!’ Podcast, Elizabeth Hillis of WWLP, Alaina Macaulay of UMASS Amherst, Lauren Zuber of Markens Group, Drew Mcconaha of Train for Life, Melissa Cuzzone of EBS Insurance Brokers, Ashley Batlle-Ramos of Beauty Batlles Lounge, along with Treasurer, Russ Kelly, Secretary, Isabella Brandy-Prankus of The Gray House, Co-Vice President, Kara Bombard of Performance Food Group, Co-Vice President, Tyler Hadley of DDS Acoustical Specialties, and President, Heather Clark of the Baystate Health Foundation.

“Having such a robust board of directors will further our ability to provide more quality events and professional development opportunities throughout Greater Springfield,” says President Heather Clark.

Springfield YPS is an organization built to exchange ideas, share common interests, and cultivate its membership to serve as the Pioneer Valley’s leaders of tomorrow. Upcoming events include the organization’s Leadership Luncheon Series with a focus on Leadership on July 11th, 2023, its signature Third Thursday networking event at the Makenzie Stadium in Holyoke on Thursday, July 20th, 2023, and Adult Field Day on Saturday, August 19th, 2023. To learn more about Springfield YPS and its programming, visit https://www.springfieldyps.com/

The Young Professionals Society of Greater Springfield is a non-profit organization representing the region’s corporate, non-profit, and cultural interests by engaging a younger demographic in several distinct areas. They help to build a strong community by connecting its members to people, business, and issues important to young professionals.

By Published On: August 1, 2023Categories: Community Calendar

About the Author: Dee Ferrero

Ms. Ferrero is the CEO of Western Mass Women Magazine as well as the founder of several women's mentor and advocacy groups along the east coast.

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