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    Elizabeth Geeza Joins University of Scranton SBDC

    Elizabeth Geeza, Dalton, joined the staff of The University of Scranton Small Business Development Center (SBDC) as a program coordinator. She will continue in her role as a conference and events coordinator in the University Advancement Division.
    February 2, 2021

    The University of Scranton Small Business Development Center (SBDC) announced that Elizabeth Geeza, Dalton, has joined its staff as a program coordinator. In this role, she will coordinate logistics for training programs, including programming geared toward small businesses impacted by COVID-19 pandemic, which is supported by SBA CARES Act funding.

    In addition to her role with the SBDC, Geeza will continue to work as a conference and events coordinator in the University Advancement Division, a position she has held since 2013.

    At the University, Geeza was elected to the Staff Senate in 2018 and served on its Staff Development Committee and as the co-chair of its Communications Committee. She also served as a chaperone for domestic service trips organized by the University’s Center for Service and Social Justice and was a member of University Advancement’s Internal Communications and Core Values committees.

    Geeza is an active member of the Association of Collegiate Conference and Events Directors – International.

    Prior to joining the University, Geeza worked in professional sports, where she was marketing manager at the Central Hockey League in Tempe, Arizona, and director of special events and group fulfillment for the Arizona Sundogs, a Central Hockey League member club in Prescott Valley, Arizona.

    Geeza earned her bachelor’s degree in public relations from Susquehanna University.

    The University of Scranton SBDC, housed in the University’s Kania School of Management, serves eight counties in Northeastern and Northern Tier Pennsylvania.

    SBDCs are hosted by leading universities, colleges, state economic development agencies and private partners, and funded in part by the United States Congress through a partnership with the U.S. Small Business Administration. There are nearly 1,000 local centers available to provide no-cost business consulting and low-cost training to new and existing businesses.

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