Boyer & Ritter LLC’s Jeremy Scheibelhut and Fina Salvo graduate from Leadership Harrisburg program
On: May 17, 2016 Filed Under: Member News
CAMP HILL, PA – Accounting firm Boyer & Ritter, LLC Supervisor Jeremy Scheibelhut and Director of Marketing Fina Salvo helped two family-focused nonprofits grow awareness and improve services as part of their graduation projects with Leadership Harrisburg Area’s Community Leadership Series.
Scheibelhut and Salvo are among 52 area professionals graduating on Thursday, May 19 from the program, a 9-month, 100+ hour educational and experiential course that explores way to better the quality of life in the Capital Region. As part of the program, established in 1987, participants work as a team on various projects that benefit community organizations selected by the class.
Scheibelhut’s team worked with Center for Champions, a faith-based youth and family mentoring program in Harrisburg. His nine-member team created a tool to measure program outcomes and compare successful efforts used by similar organizations. The project included an electronic evaluation for students and recommendations on how to analyze results.
Salvo’s team project centered on raising awareness of the United Methodist Home for Children Residential Care, a century old children’s home in Mechanicsburg. Her nine-member team created three, two-minute videos for social media featuring past “graduates’’ of the home offering a snapshot of what “happens here”– Family, Success, and Growth. Her team also prepared a social media marketing plan to maximize the impact of the video campaign.
Salvo and Scheibelhut are both Bloomsburg University graduates. Scheibelhut also serves in the Pennsylvania Air National Guard, where he is a staff sergeant stationed at Fort Indiantown Gap in Lebanon County.
For nearly a century, Boyer & Ritter has provided accounting, auditing, tax, and consulting services to businesses of varying sizes and industries throughout Pennsylvania and the continental United States. Boyer & Ritter has offices in Camp Hill, Carlisle, Chambersburg, and State College.