Greater Omaha SCORE Celebrates 50 Years of Service, Recognizes Two 10-Year Volunteers
Greater Omaha SCORE (www.omaha.score.org), a part of the largest network of free expert business mentors, is proud to be celebrating 50 years of providing volunteer services. Brenda Clark and Tom Sharman were recently recognized for 10 years of volunteer service with SCORE at the organization’s bi-monthly luncheon. A brief awards commemoration was conducted by Chairman David Gregg.
Brenda Clark is currently the Director of the Metro Omaha Women’s Business Center, which empowers women to become economically self-sufficient by providing targeted education, workshops, job training, strong relationships and resources that provide business, professional and personal growth.
Tom Sharman is currently the CEO of Tesco Productions. Along with his 10 years of service to Greater Omaha SCORE, Tesco Productions is celebrating 30 years of service providing computer-based digital music recording and productions for corporate clients. Tesco also provides spoken text editing and produces audio for multi-media, radio, PSAs, interactive-telephone and the web as well as engineering for live presentations.
For businesses just starting, SCORE mentors can provide the practical action plan, education and tools needed to open their doors and establish a customer base. For those who are already in business, SCORE volunteer mentors can help identify ways to increase profit, improve employee and customer satisfaction, and achieve work/ life balance. For more information, visit www.omaha.score.org or call (402) 221-3606.