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  • Joel Collins of Parkway Law, LLC

    Joel Collins is a native of Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. He went to Sussex Central High School in Georgetown and attended the University of Richmond to obtain his undergraduate degree in environmental studies. He went to Delaware Law School where he graduated Cum Laude. He was barred to practice law in the state of Delaware in […]
  • Renee Villano of Albero, Kupferman & Associates, LLC

    Renee Villano, CPA is a Partner with Albero, Kupferman & Associates, LLC (AKA), an accounting firm in Wilmington, DE with a strong focus on collaboration with business owners to find success at every phase. In practice, Renee collaborates with her individual and business clients to help them make sense of their taxes and understand the […]
  • Myunghee Geerts, Geerts of Advisory Services, LLC

    Myunghee Geerts, CPA, MBA, Founder of Geerts Advisory Services, LLC. Myunghee is the founder of Geerts Advisory Services, LLC. She has over 15 years of experience providing tax and business solutions for her clients. Prior to opening her firm, she led the tax consulting service line as a Director at Cover & Rossiter and was […]
  • 90 in 90: Colleen Morrone, Goodwill of Delaware and Delaware County

    Lessons from the Hundred Acre Wood Almost 100 years ago, author A. A. Milne wrote two books about a boy named Christopher Robin, a bear named Winnie the Pooh and their friends that lived in the Hundred Acre Wood. Milne was an intellectual writer and a deep thinker, and much wisdom can be gleaned from […]
  • 90 in 90: Abby Mrozinski, Wilmington Trust

    Before taking over Global Capital Markets at Wilmington Trust, Abby Mrozinski served as chief financial officer for the firm’s wealth and Institutional Client Services for four years and guided institutional clients for more than 15 years, by providing strategic support as a relationship manager and in various other capacities. In 2011, she was a key […]
  • 90 in 90: Tynetta Brown, Philanthropy Delaware

    Building a blueprint for life with integrity, accountability  Don’t shrink or play yourself small. Playing yourself small or minimizing who you are is never a good thing. Know that you do belong in the room. You were given those gifts and talents for a reason. If you are confident in who you are, and what […]
  • 90 in 90: Lynn Morrison, Brandywine Counseling & Community Services

    Leading with empathy Brandywine Counseling & Community Services has provided prevention and treatment services that have made Delaware neighborhoods stronger, safer, and healthier for 40 years. By providing compassionate treatment and support, BCCS has helped remove the stigmas surrounding addiction and substance misuse, helping more than 250,000 Delawareans recover and re-enter society. With over a […]
  • 90 in 90: Clara Mattucci, GillespieHall

    How To Move People and Make Change   Adapt or Die The world keeps changing – how do we respond? We must listen and adapt, anticipate and innovate. Sometimes we shift direction because we get new information, or because certain doors close to us; maybe the zeitgeist changes and our public wants something new.   Four-Day […]
  • 90 in 90: Colleen Perry Keith, Goldey-Beacom College

    My husband and I recently stopped to grab lunch, and sitting at the bar we met a young man, Jason. We struck up a conversation while the three of us were watching the Olympics – a downhill skiing event. As the coverage continued for the event, commercials ran during the breaks, many of which were […]
  • 90 in 90: Chris Buccini, Buccini/Pollin Group.

    Why can’t Wilmington be the best small city in America? I’ve spent over 20 years of my life working tirelessly to try and help the city of Wilmington to be the best version of itself. The following pillars have been the foundation for me personally and professionally.   Run to the Roar One of my favorite […]

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