Incubator Program Manager recognized by chamber of commerce

Sunday December 16, 2018Lisa Eikenburg
Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce CEO Todd Tranum, Simone Sellstrom (center) and Monica Kemp-Simpson.
Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce CEO Todd Tranum, Simone Sellstrom (center) and Monica Kemp-Simpson.

Incubator Program Manager Monica Kemp-Simpson was one of two local citizens honored with the 2018 Pam Lydic Coalition Builder Award from the Chautauqua County Chamber of Commerce.

Ms. Kemp-Simpson of Dunkirk and Simone Sellstrom of Jamestown received the award during the Chautauqua Chamber of Commerce Annual Meeting on Dec. 7 at the new Chautauqua Harbor Hotel in Celeron. Ms. Kemp-Simpson founded the Northern Chautauqua Young Professionals (NCYP), working diligently to organize young professionals and entrepreneurs to build networks and professional relationships to enhance and engage the community. 

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