The Pottstown Cluster of Religious Communities (PCRC) is excited to be participating in the Leadership Tri-County Class of 2018 program, administered through the TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Inc. Each Leadership class is comprised of 10 to 15 individuals who have been selected for their potential to expand their involvement in the development of the tri-county area. Each member has made a demonstrated commitment to leadership in both their community and place of employment. These individuals represent business and industry, government, the arts, volunteer and social organizations, education, professional groups, labor, hospitals, and utilities.The Pottstown Cluster of Religious Communities (PCRC) is excited to be participating in the Leadership Tri-County Class of 2018 program, administered through the TriCounty Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation, Inc. Each Leadership class is comprised of 10 to 15 individuals who have been selected for their potential to expand their involvement in the development of the tri-county area. Each member has made a demonstrated commitment to leadership in both their community and place of employment. These individuals represent business and industry, government, the arts, volunteer and social organizations, education, professional groups, labor, hospitals, and utilities.

 

Through this program, PCRC is very fortunate to be the beneficiary of the expertise of both Lori Bernhard, Center Director of The Center at Spring Street, a program of Boyertown Area Multi-Service, who will bring knowledge of human services; and Siva Mahalingam, President of Cube Info Solutions, an IT solution provider, who will help with marketing-related issues and creating a marketing plan/strategy. Both Lori and Siva will work closely with PCRC Executive Director Barbara Wilhelmy, and Director of Development and Communications, Merri Brown, to accomplish stated goals to further the mission of the Cluster.

 

We welcome Lori and Siva to PCRC, and look forward to working with them through June 2018.

Members of the Leadership Tri-County Class of 2018 program (Siva Mahalingam, center, and Lori Bernhard, right) visit PCRC and get a tour with Executive Director Barbara Wilhelmy (far left). Go here to read about this wonderful program, and how it will benefit PCRC.