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About Jennifer Glose

A native of Allentown, Jennifer Glose has a deep connection to the Greater Lehigh Valley. Her passion for public relations and volunteerism in the community has allowed her to create a broad range of connections with area businesses. Her role at Lehigh Valley Business includes focusing on health care and on Berks County. Follow her on Twitter @jenniferg_LVB.

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The vacation challenge

After going through four years of college later in life, adapting to a new career and schedule meant readjusting an exercise, eating and sleeping pattern with which I had become very accustomed. Read More »»

The power in a handshake

The power in a handshake

As a young teenager in high school nearly 30 years ago, I was chosen to take the Dale Carnegie course for human relations and public speaking – a program based on Carnegie’s self-help book, “How to Win Friends and Influence People.” Read More »»

Barbie breaking the glass ceiling

Barbie breaking the glass ceiling

In real-life she would be five feet, nine inches tall and only weigh about 110 pounds, but the newly released Entrepreneur Barbie is sending her strongest message yet. Read More »»

A different summer sun

With several years of volunteering experience under our belts, my kids and I always look forward to a new opportunity to pay it forward. Read More »»

A muddy, wonderful mess

A muddy, wonderful mess

Who chooses to get muddy, smelly and sweaty on Mother’s Day? Read More »»

100 days of happy

100 days of happy

The 100 Happy Days challenge seems to be trending on social media, as many of my Facebook friends are trying it. Read More »»

Moving on up

Watching your mother and father, or for me, my grandparents, find their way through life after succumbing to the ailments, aches and pains of old age can sometimes put a toll on an entire family. Read More »»

A game changer

If you have ever been involved in a charity event and thought it was a lot of work and time, I’m sure you agree that it was time well worth spent. Read More »»

Nostalgia in the written word

When I heard my editor gasp from his office last week, as he read there were major staff cuts to the newsrooms of the Star-Ledger in New Jersey and the Easton-Express Times, it made me think how grateful I am that Lehigh Valley Business is a niche newspaper, and one that is continuously growing and expanding. Read More »»

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Business Events

CFO of the Year Awards
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Fastest Growing Companies 2014
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
CPBJ Business Event
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Business of the Year
Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Special Editions

Two City Center 2014

Two City Center 2014
Our 16-page special supplement salutes the opening of Two City Center in Downtown Allentown, the first of what is expected to be hundreds of millions of dollars in new development in the heart of the city.

Forty Under 40 2014

Forty Under 40 2014
Presidents, CEOs, partners and other executives highlight our second annual class of Forty Under 40 award-winners, who are featured in our 24-page special supplement inside this issue. The winners were selected based on their professional accomplishments, leadership, vision and community service.

Women of Influence 2014

Women of Influence 2014
Our 24-page special section, 'Women of Influence,' recognizes 28 women for leadership in their industry and their community. They make a difference in the Greater Lehigh Valley.


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