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A full-time HR professional, proud member of the LGBTQ community, and a 2022 recipient of the Raymond L. Palzer ‘52 Academic Leadership Award: Meet Lawrence Meehan

Lawrence “Larry” Meehan is a full-time human resource professional, proud member of the LGBTQ community, and a 2022 recipient of the Raymond L. Palzer ‘52 Academic Leadership Award. After discovering his passion for human resource management and employee relations on the job, Larry decided to continue his education and enrolled in Peirce College’s Human Resource […]

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Full-time IT professional, first generation immigrant and Peirce Class of 2022 graduate: Meet Julio Acosta

Julio Acosta is a full-time IT professional, first generation immigrant, and a Peirce graduate, who leveraged his prior learning and self-motivation to earn his bachelor’s degree and make a career change into the Information Technology field.  After graduating from high school, Julio attended college but took a break to decide what career path he really […]

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Healthcare worker, mother of two and senior health care administration major: Meet Faustina Kandeh

As an experienced healthcare worker, mother of two and senior health care administration major, Faustina Kandeh was recently featured in the Health Programs Student Association Student Spotlight. After graduating high school in 2009, Faustina Kandeh knew that she wanted to work in healthcare. She started her career as a staff member in nursing homes and […]

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2022 Commencement Keynote Speaker – Regina A. Hairston

For Peirce College’s 2022 Commencement Ceremony, we are honored and excited to announce our keynote speaker: Regina A. Hairston, President & CEO of the African American Chamber of Commerce of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware (AACC). Regina is a solutions-oriented and resourceful strategist who employs a creative approach to transforming visions into results. As President […]

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Frank Brodsky – Peirce Supporter, Mentor, and Community Activist

Frank began his journey at Peirce College, then known as Peirce Business School, in 1951 after graduating from Overbrook High School. Peirce was referred to Frank through a close friend, who was attending Peirce, who thought the business school would be a good fit for his goals.  After looking at the curriculum, Frank decided to […]

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