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Meet the Top 3 2019 Young Professionals Awards Category Finalists for the STEAM Professional of the Year Award

Meet the Top 3 2019 Young Professionals Awards Category Finalists for the STEAM Professional of the Year Award

Ron Woznock: Controller at PCC Aerostructures Wilkes-Barre LLC
Ron is the Controller at PCC Aerostructures Wilkes-Barre, a complex machining facility in the Wyman Gordon Division of Precision Castparts Corporation. He also serves on the Fine Arts Fiesta Board of Directors as the Treasurer. Previously Ron worked as an Audit Manager at Baker Tilly Virchow Krause in Wilkes-Barre. He is a licensed CPA in Pennsylvania. In his spare time, Ron enjoys spending time with his family and friends, coaching debate at E. L. Meyers High School in Wilkes-Barre, weightlifting, and agonizing over the New York Mets. Ron was born in Wilkes-Barre and currently resides in Kingston with his wife, Sara.

Dr. Jason Nataupsky: Dentist at Nataupsky Family Dentistry
Dr. Jason Nataupsky is a third generation Family Dentist in our Kingston, Pa practice, serving NEPA since 1945. His passion for his profession and the community it proudly serves, was what brought Dr. Jason back to the Wyoming Valley in 2013. The positive impact and technology-driven approach to healthcare, is what helps him continue his family's tradition of comprehensive care in today's world. Dr. Jason, his wife Kelsey and son Leo, live in the Back Mountain with their dog Bruce. Jason and his family focus on being present, grateful and finding fulfillment in work and their personal lives by keeping family and friends close by.

Samuel O’Connell: Creative Director at Coal Creative
Born one of 8 children, the son of a cartoonist and an art teacher, Samuel was raised with the latest creative tools and programs at his fingertips, in a home where creativity was encouraged and fostered. Prior to becoming the Creative Director at Coal Creative, Samuel spent 10 years working professionally across Pennsylvania in the fields of creative marketing and narrative film. In 2011 he moved back to Wilkes-Barre to create a semi-autobiographical feature film titled “Milk Mustache”. After being challenged to “Make himself full time” at Coal Creative, Samuel worked alongside Director of Operations and Business Development, Holly Pilcavage to develop the video department of Coal Creative into the award winning production team that it is today.

Make sure to join us on September 10th at 5:30 PM at the Room at 900 in Kingston to celebrate these finalists and to hear the category winners announced live on stage! Click here to register today! 

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