The entire ABS team congratulates Paula Harrington on being selected to receive one of the 2016 Women of Achievement Awards.  Paula is extremely grateful and humbled to be honored with such a terrific group of women!

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Please visit PrincetonChamber.org If interested in attending the breakfast on June 23rd.

Announcement in the Times of Trenton.

Story in the June 15 issue of U.S. 1

The Princeton Chamber announces their 4th Annual Awards Breakfast in letter:

Dear Chamber Members,

We are celebrating four incredible women this Thursday, June 23rd at TPC Jasna Polana.  The Chamber hosts many events, so why should you attend this one? You will leave this event inspired! 

I received over 30 nominations for Women of Achievement honorees, but four women stood out from the pack. 

Chaya Pamula is the President and CEO of PamTen, but she also founded a non-profit organization that provides loving and secure homes to destitute children in India. Over 100 children are given medical attention, cared for and educated under Chaya’s guidance and inspiration. She flies back and forth to India on a regular basis while successfully running her business in New Jersey.  

Paula Harrington is the founder of ABS in Trenton, but she also works as a volunteer and professional partner for many non-profits in the region, helping them carry out their missions. 

Kim Hanemann is Senior Vice President of Delivery Projects and Construction at PSE&G. Can you imagine the hurtles she had to jump over to get to that level in the construction industry? Kim is a champion of helping women succeed in nontraditional careers. 

Reza Green is Vice President of Intellectual Property at Novo Nordisk. She has both a Ph.D in cell and molecular biology from NYU, as well as a Juror’s Doctorate from Fordham Law School. She also created the Trenton High School Mentoring program, celebrating its 13th year, in which 10 students are mentored on skill building and SAT prep. After completion of the program they are awarded a new laptop and scholarship to help them in continued success. 

The bottom line is that these women are behind the scenes and are not honored everyday, although they certainly deserve it. They are gems hiding among us and we are honored to celebrate them. Join us on Thursday and help honor them for the extraordinary difference they make in our region and world!

Sincerely,

Lorraine Holcombe, CB 
Vice President & CFO
Managing Director – WIBA
Princeton Regional Chamber of Commerce