PFEW Alumni Spotlight

Kate Transue, Children's Services Manager, Bucks County Free Library

January 8th, 2021
Meet Kate Transue, a 2006 PFEW graduate who is making big waves in the jewelry business, and part time at that! Kate attended PFEW back in 2006, and little did she know that her week would leave an impact which would eventually lead to owning a th...

Jim Lupkin, Executive Director & President, Social Networking Association

December 1st, 2020
For Jim Lupkin, PFEW played a profound role in his trajectory as an entrepreneur. Jim is an international speaker and bestselling author of Network Marketing for Facebook, which reached #1 on Amazon.

Steve Harley, President/Owner/CEO, Total Laundry Services

September 1st, 2019
Steve Harley, President/Owner/CEO of Total Laundry Services in Destin, FL, a business he started in 2006 with one employee. Today, with 45 employees and a rapidly growing clientele, he is proud to say PFEW planted the entrepreneurial seed.

Dani Wormack, Connellsville Area Senior High School

February 18th, 2019
Dani Wormack's PFEW journey was challenging, empowering, and ultimately, life-changing: "PFEW has been one of the best experiences of my life! Little did I know that business camp would bring so many new friends, responsibilities, and real-world k...

Eric Shannon, President, Big Barker

March 18th, 2018
Eric has definitely come full circle, from PFEW student, to entrepreneur, to PFEW volunteer, to now PFEW donor. The seed planted those many years ago at PFEW has grown into a beautiful tree, deeply rooted in hard work, abundant in entrepreneurial ...

Glenn J. Lawless, Dealer Marketing Manager, InterMetro Industries, Inc.

October 28th, 2017
At a time where there were many forks in the road, PFEW was paramount in helping me pick a path and meet some amazing people along the way.

Michael Mancuso, President & CEO, Smithfield-Selma Area Chamber

March 1st, 2017
That first experience, being a company member during PFEW 1979, planted the seed and taught me the fundamentals about how businesses operate, but more importantly, how business concepts apply to everyday life – something I had never considered.