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Pittsburgh Business Show - Dennis Gilfoyle, JAWPA CEO
Thu, April 20, 2017, 3:00 PM – 4:00 PM EDT
Dennis Gilfoyle, representing Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania
Since 1984, Dennis Gilfoyle has been helping to impact over 1 million students in western Pennsylvania. Dennis joined Junior Achievement as a Program Director to introduce schools to JA’s first in-classroom program, Project Business. His consistent performance moved him up the ranks to President of Junior Achievement of Western Pennsylvania, the largest JA chapter in Pennsylvania and the 13th largest JA Chapter in the U.S.
The Pittsburgh JA office also has the distinction of being the first JA chapter in the U.S., established in 1939. Since his tenure with Junior Achievement, student participation in western Pennsylvania has grown by over 500%, currently impacting 73,000 students in over 167 school districts. This JA Chapters covers a 32-county area.
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