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Glenn Steps Down as Lancaster SCORE President

September 21, 2010

After a two year term, Jerry Glenn is stepping down as Lancaster SCORE President.  He will continue in his role as District Director for the 16 SCORE chapters in south central Pennsylvania and Delaware.  His successor is Hugh MacMaster, current SCORE VP Education & Training, and retired Case New Holland executive and business consultant.

Glenn, a retired vice president of Armstrong World Industries, Lancaster, has been a SCORE counselor/mentor for five years. During his term as President, Lancaster SCORE initiated several new programs, processes and services:

  • Free business roundtables for existing small businesses
  • Micro-loan program with the City of Lancaster for entrepreneurs in the City
  • Expansion of business education program to 55 annual workshops, 1,000 participants
  • Creation of a successful blog at https://scorelancaster.wordpress.com
  • Certified facilitation of Kauffman FastTrac® entrepreneurial education program
  • Email marketing of SCORE services
  • Business Development function, including annual golf outing
  • Reorganization of leadership with functional focus – marketing, client services,
    member services, education, business development, operations and advocacy
  • Developed an annual luncheon & Open House to recognize successful SCORE Clients.
  • SCORE Lancaster alliances with more than 30 organizations to help local entrepreneurs.

Under Glenn’s leadership, Lancaster SCORE was honored as Chapter of the Year for the PA/DE District, and was selected to help develop new processes for SCORE’s 400 chapters across the country.

Glenn will continue as a SCORE counselor/mentor with the Lancaster Chapter.

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