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FUEL – Young Professionals Group




Next Meeting:

FUEL Give Back Day
August 7, 1:00-3:00


New FUEL attendees are welcome!  Please email to attend.

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Westmoreland FUEL, which stands for Focus, Unite, Engage, Lead is the Young Professionals Group of the Westmoreland County Chamber of Commerce.


Young Professionals Group




2024 Program Participants

  • Tim Wiles, Redstone
  • Ali Zorzi, Westmoreland Country Club
  • Jordan Craig, Beverly's PGH
  • Matthew Senkow, Pheple Federal Credit Union
  • Ahava Flick, Spotless Solutions
  • Jordan Pavelka, 814 Lanes and Games
  • Alexandria Petrof, Burd Financial Group
  • Ryan Fisher, Somerset Trust
  • Andy Urban, Somerset Trust
  • Joseph Jansma, PNC Bank
  • Brennan Wright, True Light Communications
  • Anna McClain, The Private Industry Council
  • Emily Rockwell, Westmoreland Cultural Trust
  • Kody Whitfield, Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Laurel Region
  • Ari Burke, Westmoreland Cultural Trust
  • Lauren Hill, Westmoreland County Food Bank
  • Natalie Gordon, United Way of SW PA
  • Brett Miller, Seton Hill University
  • Jared Stewart, United Way of SW PA
  • Zach Vanhorn, Dink Inc 3
  • Melissa Koshute, Saint Vincent College
  • Louie Maser, Equitable Advisors
  • Maddie Feidner, Free-Op Community Store
  • Morgan Eckman, Harmon House Health & Rehab
  • Sara Majorsky, Westmoreland Community Action
  • Nicole Sigmund, Saint Vincent College
  • Cassie Armstrong, Express Employment Professionals
  • Haily Smith, Express Employment Professionals
  • Benjamin Busbey, AFLAC
  • Sydney Papinchak, Tropical Bungalow
  • Jacob Boord, New York Life
  • April Loughner, Achieva
  • Roy Turner, Comparion Insurance Agency
  • Dr. Taylor Easter, Dean's Chiropractic Center
  • Jesse Brant, Dollar Bank
  • Gabby Viragova, YTS Wealth Management
  • Luke Kemerer, IT Corp.
  • Shane Larkin, N Zone Sports
  • Alex Stitzel, PIAD
  • Jake Gdula, PIAD
  • Calvin Yoder, Justifacts

Its mission is to guide and empower young professionals in Westmoreland County to grow personally and professionally through mentorship, networking, and skill advancement while also further developing local communities.

FUEL’s vision is to cultivate an environment that fosters collaboration and innovation between emerging leaders who are dedicated to an equitable and thriving Westmoreland County. It seeks to enact this vision through a series of quarterly events, each centered on one of the group’s four key pillars. For more information on these events, please see tha chamber calendar and the flyer attached below.

FUEL is comprised of young professionals who are a part of the chamber, although you do not have to be a chamber member to attend. We are excited for our upcoming Young Professionals Group.

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