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April 14, 2013

Business briefs: April 14, 2013

Certification earned

MORRISONVILLE — Judy Lemza has earned her certification as a Project Management Professional (PMP), according to Twinstate Technologies, a provider of Cloud, IT and communications solutions and support to local and national businesses.

This certification, awarded by the Project Management Institute (PMI), signifies Lemza’s proficiency at leading a project from conception to completion. To earn this credential, Lemza had to fulfill the stringent requirements of the PMP certification.

“Judy’s commitment to developing new skills and strategies for project management will greatly benefit our customers. She is excellent at working with the customers and guiding them through projects as well as insuring essential coordination between the customers and the implementation teams. This leads to optimal success for our customers,“ said Devi Momot, Twinstate Technologies CEO.

“Project-management skills are essential for the complex projects we are faced with today. This certification shows Judy’s commitment to her profession and her dedication to providing the highest level of service to our customers.”

Lemza has been with Twinstate Technologies for more than 23 years. She is a graduate of SUNY Institute of Technology with a bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications Engineering and SUNY Cobleskill with an associate’s degree in Computer Programming.

New executive

PLATTSBURGH — Stephen Waite has joined Stephen McFadden Investment Services as an investment executive.

For the past 24 years, Waite, who now lives in Morrisionville, worked at Wyeth/Pfizer Pharmaceuticals in Rouses Point. Most of that time was spent as a production planning manager and just before leaving Wyeth he held the position of associate director.

Waite has an associate’s degree in Business from Clinton Community College and a bachelor’s degree in Business from Plattsburgh State University.

He has actively managed his own investments for more than 24 years and now has the opportunity to combine his interest in investment services with the satisfaction of helping others.

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