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Newsmaker: Felicia Mycyk

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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.

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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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