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Newsmaker: Jennifer Bibb

| Wednesday, July 9, 2014, 10:57 p.m.
Jennifer Bibb, 28, received the Woman’s Business Network Inc.'s 2014 Service Award.

Noteworthy: Bibb received the Women's Business Network Inc. 2014 Service Award, given annually to a member for meritorious service in meeting the networking group's mission and goals.

Age: 28

Residence: Fallowfield, Washington County

Family: Parents, John and Elise Bibb

Occupation: Office manager of First Commonwealth Bank's Elizabeth office. She has held various positions with the bank since 2005, and has been recognized for exceeding loan production goals.

Background: She is a member of the Mt. Lebanon chapter of Women's Business Network, and is president of the organization's board. She volunteers for several nonprofits including Dress for Success, Junior Achievement, Strong Women, Strong Girls and South Hills Interfaith Ministries. Women's Business Network has more than 450 members in 26 chapters in Western Pennsylvania, providing personal and professional resources to businesswomen.

Education: Graduated in 2004 from the Pennsylvania Home School Association.

Quote: “I get to work with a lot of women and do a lot with them. It's a wonderful organization that shows women how to promote their businesses and take advantage of business opportunities. It gives mentoring help and a chance to really connect with like-minded women.”

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