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Newsmaker: Felicia Mycyk

| Monday, Aug. 18, 2014, 10:45 p.m.
Felicia Mycyk, 36, has been appointed to the board for Leaders Serving Beaver County, an organization that focuses on supporting Christian entrepreneurs and promoting meaningful projects that benefit the region.

Noteworthy: The Leaders Serving Beaver County Board has tapped Mycyk to fill a board vacancy starting in September. The organization provides learning and teaching opportunities for local business leaders, with a focus on supporting Christian entrepreneurs and promoting meaningful, practical projects that benefit the region.

Age: 36

Residence: Harmony, Beaver County

Family: Husband, Nathaniel, and four children, ages 15, 13, 6 and 3.

Occupation: Owner of Business Liaison, a virtual administrative and marketing service; also owner and co-founder of Ambridge Connection, a website that promotes the greater Ambridge area; and executive director/founder of Help Them Play, a nonprofit that helps low-income children get financial aid to play organized sports.

Quote: “I hope to bring diversity to the board — that's one of the biggest things I see lacking in the Beaver County area. I think that having another viewpoint matters. I like to take action, but at the same time I listen to everybody. I see the holes and gaps, and my goal is to find that gap and fill it.”

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