Area resident Doreen Miri, a YWCA Princeton board member, has been named U.S. Eastern Region lead sales consultant for CPP, Inc., a provider of research-validated assessments and training tools.
“Doreen Miri’s 20-year track record of successful sales and proven leadership made her an excellent candidate for this position,” said Dennis Diligent, Vice-President of Sales and Professional Services. “With her expertise in sales, marketing, and customer service, she’s going to be a key to success in achieving CPP’s goals for growth.”
Ms. Miri reported that she is “very eager to begin using my extensive experience in sales as well as my passion for human development, and my entrepreneurial spirit to help CPP exceed its 2008 sales quotas. The value in CPP’s superior products, expert consulting, training practices, and solid customer satisfaction are the core of the company. I look forward to taking the CPP name and expanding it throughout the region.”
At the Princeton YWCA, Ms. Miri has, for two years, implemented the fall “Main Event” open house, and chaired the annual Tribute to Women, which set a record for funds raised by a single YWCA Princeton event.
Ms. Miri will continue to live in this area and travel throughout the east in her new position.
Princeton High School student Owen Schochet took second place as an Outstanding Student Musician in a Class II Ensemble at Berklee High School’s 40th annual High School Jazz Festival, the oldest and largest competition of its kind in the United States. More than 3,000 students and 200 bands performed and competed for tuition scholarships totaling $175,000, the highest amount awarded in the history of the festival.
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