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A recent article in Worcester Business Journal quotes her: "The most exciting things that are happening are in Gateway cities such as Worcester and Fitchburg, where the cities are embracing arts and culture as an economic driver.
8220;I am truly honored that the folks at the Worcester Business Journal chose to profile me in this year's '10 To Watch' list,” said Cummings.
19, 2009, edition of the Worcester Business Journal along with several other honorees.
Named to the "Top Software & Hardware Companies in Central Massachusetts" list by The Worcester Business Journal.
State Teacher of the Year semifinalist and received the Worcester Business Journal "40 Under 40'' Award, the Sports Alive Outstanding Community Service Award, and the Massachusetts Interscholastic Athletic Association Outstanding Service Award.
In addition, the Worcester Business Journal named Osgood one of the three 2006 Business Leaders of the Year, based on her determination and ability to successfully create and lead a company that she grew from the ground up.
Normandin, new publisher of the Telegram & Gazette; Worcester Business Journal, 25-year anniversary; Ascentria Care Alliance, changing its name from Lutheran Social Services; Michael Mudd, new athletic director at Worcester State University; and Joan Sheary, National Dance Teacher Award.
In January, the Worcester Business Journal named Osgood one of the three 2006 Business Leaders of the Year, based on her determination and ability to successfully create and lead a company that she grew from the ground up.