Being a young professional on Cape Cod can be challenging, especially while raising a family. Coming up next week on April 5th, from 8 AM to 5 PM at the Sea Crest Beach Hotel, Cape Cod Young Professionals (CCYP), a nonprofit organization that works to connect, engage, and advance Cape Cod’s young workforce and future leaders, is holding the 3rd Annual Shape Your Cape Summit. The Summit features interactive workshops and panel discussions on topics ranging from career development to civic engagement and work/life balance.
Amy Leonardi from Cape Cod Moms will join moderator, Adrienne Baumann, fromCape Cod Children's Museum and fellow panelists: Megan Kemp & Sarah Nitsch, from Cape Cod Children's Place; and Stacie Peugh, from Cape Cod YMCA in helping other young professionals with families on Cape Cod with resources and advice. Attendees will be able to learn from others who are currently navigating this road.
Amy is a native Cape Codder who returned to Cape Cod after college and other work opportunities to raise her family. Amy earned a dual degree in Elementary Education and English from Bridgewater State University. After teaching for a few years she returned to the family business in 2007 joining her father, Gary DellaPosta CPA, managing the office and marketing for the busy tax firm. In 2010 she started Cape Cod Moms, an online parent resource that offers advice, resource, events and more for local parents. This past February Cape Cod Moms held the 1st ever Cape Cod Parent Resource Fair helping to connect local parents and caregivers with resources and family friendly businesses, which was a success. Amy volunteers with the Falmouth Rotary Club and has served on the Board of Directors for the past 4 years. Amy was also selected as a Cape & Plymouth Business Magazine 40 Under 40 Professional during the Inaugural year. She currently lives in Falmouth with her husband Brian and their two children, Ethan and Olivia.
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