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Lynn Lester, RN, BSN, MHA

Lynn Lester, R.N., B.S.N., MHA, is recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Pinnacle Professional in the field of Healthcare as a result of her role as Chief Executive Officer of Recovery Treatment Center. The team at Recovery Treatment Center is dedicated to offering affordable, competent and effective treatment to narcotic dependent individuals. Passionate about helping individuals through addiction, RTC strives to help each client evolve into productive, functional and responsible members of society.


An esteemed member of the American Medical Association and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Lynn works closely in the areas of business operations and management, leadership as well as the oversight of

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Cynthia Anne Kramer

Cynthia Anne Kramer is recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Pinnacle Professional in the field of Accounting as Accounting Manager at Mint Advertising. Mint Advertising is a New Jersey based marketing company that represents local, regional, and national brand names with their advertising. It started out small, in a barn in rural New Jersey, and has grown into one of the tristate area’s most recognized advertisers, which earned them a spot on the ‘Inc. 5000’ list of America’s

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Benefits of Charity

Just because it is no longer the holiday season, it does not mean that the giving spirit needs to end with it. No matter what time of year it is, putting smiles on the faces of others by lessening the strain they feel can always brighten the days of many, including you. What better feeling is there than to improve the lives of others who are in need, by providing them with a helping hand?

Besides the obvious benefit to the lives of others, your good will can improve your own life. On a

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Congratulations! You own a small business that has survived the influx of corporate operations taking over your city. In the wake of Walmart, your mom and pop shop stood tall. It is important enough to the community that your business stays around — and now, it’s up to you to keep it that way.

There are a number of reasons why your small business should give back to the community in which it is located — other than the fact that business from the community is what is keeping it open. For


The Personal Brand Revolution

You only get one chance at a good first impression. With that in mind, why not make sure your “personal brand” is ready for the challenge.

Whether you like it or not, the personal brand you project
affects other’s decisions as to your intelligence, character and ability and determines whether or not others want to do business with you. The way you dress, act, eat and hold your fork has a remarkable impact on the people you meet professionally and socially. This greatly affects how they

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