We feel that the best way to support our community is to be active members within it. All of the staff at Interiors of Erie are involved in local clubs and organizations. Interiors of Erie continues to support:
Women’s Business Enterprises (WBE) — The Women’s Business Enterprise Council (WBEC) is a purchasing council for nationally certified women’s business enterprises. The Council provides women’s businesses enterprise certification, educational, networking, procurement-related, and informational programs and services. The programs foster growth and opportunities between businesses and purchasing entities including major corporations and government agencies in Pennsylvania, Delaware and southern New Jersey. Interiors of Erie has been a member since 1992. For more info visit www.wbecouncil.org
Student Mentoring – Interiors of Erie is very dedicated to continuing the education of young people in our area. We offer internships and job shadowing opportunities to local students in high school or college. Please call 814-833-8110 if you are interested in an internship opportunity.
Athena Powerlink - A business-mentoring program designed to increase the growth and profitability of female-owned businesses. Susan was honored with membership in 2000. Visit their website at www.athenafoundation.org
The Women’s Roundtable – A social networking group in Erie. As a member since 1992, this group has been a part of Susan’s life for many years! Kris also became an active member in 2008. Visit www.wrterie.org for more info.
YEP! Erie — Young Erie Professionals is an organization comprised of young, active, civic-minded professionals committed to making Erie a better place to live, work and play. For more info, visit www.youngerieprofessionals.org.
Erie Ambassadors – The Erie Ambassador program offers comprehensive training to community leaders interested in promoting Erie. They offer a course to examine numerous aspects of the community and provide in-depth information from Erie’s top civic and business leaders. Susan has taken the course and currently serves on the PR&R Board. Learn more at www.eriepa.com/chamber/erie-ambassadors/
The Mercy Center for Women – A program developed to honor women in the community. Susan was honored to become the recipient of the Women Making History award (formally the “Dynamic Dozen” award) in 1994. Visit www.mcwerie.org for more information.