Meet the Top 3 2019 Young Professionals Awards Category Finalists for the Cultural Ambassador of the Year
Alexandra Isaac: Coordinator of Gallery Programs at the Pauly Friedman Art Gallery at Misericordia University
Alexandra Isaac is the Coordinator of Gallery Programs at the Pauly Friedman Art Gallery at Misericordia University. She has been working in Fine Art management since 2011 first with the Ani Art Academies. She received her B.A. in Communications from Penn State University. Alexandra lives in Bear Creek Township with her husband, Jack, son, Jackson and three rescue pit bulls.
Holly K. Pilcavage: Director of Operations and Business Development at Coal Creative
Holly K. Pilcavage is currently the director of operations & business development for CoalCreative, a full-service creative agency located in downtown Wilkes-Barre. After receiving her Masters in Higher Education, she returned to Wilkes-Barre and has dedicated her daily life to creating a positive ripple effect throughout our region and beyond. To this effect, Holly is one of the Avengers of Wilkes-Barre Connect, an active member of the Greater Wilkes-Barre Chamber Young Professionals Council, the Women’s Network, and the Strategic Planning Strike Force, and serves on the board of directors of Dress for Success Luzerne County, Empowerment Education, and Wilkes-Barre POWER. Earlier this year, she co-founded NEPA Creative which hosts monthly Creative Meetups that provide a space for creative networking and problem solving within our community. In her personal life, Holly applied her director role to another realm and is currently directing, producing, and acting within her first short film, “Blackhole.”, which premieres locally in October 2019 and plans on visiting all 50 states before she turns 30 years old next May, with only 5 states to go.
Lorenzo Medico: Creative Director at Medico Industries
After graduating from the University of Miami with concentrations in Film, Theater and Business as well as numerous entertainment appearances across the country including the National Tour of Beauty and the Beast, Popstars and American Idol; Lorenzo created his own record label which he sold to a subsidiary of Sony shortly thereafter. He went on to perform in film, commercials and live shows in New York, LA and Miami. He now holds the title of Creative Director for Medico Industries and is heavily involved in the community. His experience in orchestrating special events, as well as his passion for the arts has translated to helping the area in many ways. He has been involved with organizations such as Northeast Sight Services, The MDA Black and Blue Ball, Volunteers in Medicine Gala, PATA, UNICO, Paint Pittston Pink, CASA and Big Brothers - Big Sisters. He now sits on the board and dedicates his time and efforts to UNICO, NEPA Sings for CASA and The F.M. Kirby Center. In addition to his commitment to Medico Industries, he also handles all social media as well as menu development for Rikasa on Main in Downtown Pittston. You can follow him on Instagram @lorenzomedico and hear him singing the National Anthem live at the local Railriders and Penguins games.
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!