Harford Award Winner
Beacon Staffing Alternatives – 2015 Harford Award Winner
Aberdeen, Md., February 5, 2014—Beacon Staffing Alternatives is the winner of the 2015 Harford Award in the Service category. Congratulations to Sheryl Davis Kohl and her team!
Harford County Chamber of Commerce proudly announces the 2015 Harford Award recipients. The prestigious award honors companies and organizations which exemplify a strong commitment to the Harford County business community. The recipients have blossomed because of their vision, focus and determination. To become a recipient, a nominated business must demonstrate business growth, increased employment, service to the community, unique and creative business strategies, technology innovation, support of public and private education, and working to enhance Harford County’s business climate. The 2015 Harford Award recipients are presented in six categories; Abingdon Family Dentistry-Rising Star; Jones Junction-Retail; Beacon Staffing Alternatives, Inc.-Service; Leidos-R&D/Technology/Manufacturing/Distribution; Harford Family House-Non-Profit; and Safe Harbors Travel Group, Inc.-Hospitality/Tourism.
“The 2015 Harford Award recipients represent the best and brightest of our diverse business community. Each company is not only a success in their own right, but they do so much good for the betterment of the County and beyond as well. The 2015 Harford Awards will truly be a star-studded night and celebration. This is Harford County’s Academy Awards!” said Pam Klahr, President and CEO of the Harford County Chamber of Commerce.
Kohl, a resident of Abingdon, is active in the community. Currently she serves on the executive committee of the Harford County Chamber of Commerce board of directors and on the organization’s legislative committee. She is treasurer of the Susquehanna Workforce Network; past president and current board member at Harford Community Action Agency; a member of the personnel advisory board for Harford County Government; board member for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Harford County; and chaplain of the tech support unit for Abingdon Fire Company. She also served as a member of the House of Delegates, representing District 34A, from 2005-07.