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Resume for Chuck Kirby


Charles Kirby, PMP, CSM

14 Leston Street                                                                                                               978-455-2642

Tewksbury, MA 01876                                                                                      


Experienced Senior Project Manager with the ability to remain calm under pressure and lead IT/IS projects to be delivered successfully in a structured or unstructured professional environment.  Various industry experiences include Telecommunications/Wireless, Financial, Healthcare, Software Development tools, Manufacturing, and Federal Government/DOD.



Software Development LifeCycle (SDLC), Software Implementation, cross-functional matrixed environment, Scope, Schedule, Quality, Budget, Communications, Risk and Change management, top down and bottom up estimating, estimating tools, resource planning, Microsoft Project, Critical Path Methodology (CPM), CMMI, Rational Unified Process (RUP), Scrum, Business Dimensional Lifecycle, RAD, JAD, Prototyping, function points, PMBOK, meeting facilitation, project repository (workbook), post project survey, EVMS (Earned Value)



SimplexGrinnell, Consultant (2014 – 2015)

  • Successfully lead two extremely high profile projects, a Business Impact Analysis & Disaster Recovery Plan update, across North America and Canada within budget to a very tight timeframe to close important Audit Issue. Also ran small projects to document a security process into the Software Development LifeCycle and resolve a 3rd party patch management issue.


Quest Diagnostics, Consultant (2013)

  • Lead implementation team to complete 34 sites in 6 months to integrate UMass Memorial clients (doctor’s offices and Health Care Centers) Electronic Medical Record Systems or Laboratory Information Systems with Quest Diagnostics as part of Quest Diagnostics acquisition of clinical outreach laboratory business of UMass Memorial Medical Center. 


Northeast Delta Dental, Consultant (2012 – 2013)

  • Lead effort to successfully meet strategic goal of offering Dental Plans to consumers for first phase of effort to meet the Affordable Care Act.  As program/project manager oversaw approximately 50 small and medium subprojects to plan, execute and track the effort through implementation. Created and managed integrated Schedule for all of these subprojects.  The program included updating current systems through full SDLC as well as implementing Salesforce, a Data Warehouse, reporting systems, a new bill printing system, and managing a vendor to implement B2C website.  The budget for 2012 was approximately $1.5 million beyond the NE Delta Dental employees. 


P3I, Hanscom AFB  (2010 – 2011)

  • Supported Program Manager in managing a $39M sustainment contract for a critical system that supports Emergency Action Message traffic at multiple Nuclear Command & Control Centers worldwide.  Supported Program Manager in successfully transitioning DIRECT Program to another base. Created plan to award new contract at Hanscom to mitigate the risk of new base being unable to award contract.  Held Secret Clearance.


Quest Diagnostics, Consultant (2009 – 2010)

  • Created and managed integrated Schedule and provided other Project Management consulting services for integration project of medical laboratory services acquired from Caritas Christi Health Care.  This involved updating the Caritas Meditech system, integrating with eClinical Works for Caritas Network physicians, implementing eClinical Works to Caritas Affiliated physicians, and the integration of Public Service Centers.

SDI/Verispan (2007 – 2009)

  • Refocused stalled rearchitecture effort for Pharmacy Payer Reference tables for HealthCare Informatics Oracle Data Warehouse.  Implemented Scope and Change management, established schedule and led project to implement successfully during company integration.  The improved Payer  subsystem resulted in reducing unresolved Payers on Pharmacy claims in half and increased Medicare Part D mapping by about 33%


Compuware (2006 – 2007)

  • Managed development projects of Testing and Security tools for Microsoft Visual Studio .NET software development.  Project budgets ranged from 400K to 1.2 million.  Managed several projects simultaneously across a cross functional organization to include Product Management, Development and QA managers, Documentation, Release Engineering, and Beta and Release coordinators.  Wrote Statement of Work for all projects.
  • Used Earned Value to measure progress as well as IT Project Portfolio Management tool, Changepoint.  Two main project schedules remained above .95 SPI.
  • Managed requirements phase of project to improve content on for Cash Management business.  Also created preliminary schedule to set expectations of the internal customer.


Fidelity E Business, Consultant (2006)


Investors Bank and Trust (2005)

  • Led project for successful on-time implementation of a vendor system to manage Hedge Fund processing.  The system was migrated from a Wintel server platform to a Solaris Unix platform and completely tested in 7 weeks.
  • Led teams to create required project documentation in order to implement to company standards


P3I, Volpe Center (2004 – 2005)

  • Project Lead for Data Warehouse team.  Created comprehensive project plan for two Data Marts to include schedule, issues tracking, change management policy, risk management as well as a project plan document.  Software included Business Objects 6, Oracle 8i, and Solaris 8.
  • Led the development of Training Guide and the User Guide which provided the users the ability to create their own reports and drill down into the Data Warehouse.
  • Created project roadmap of an integrated Application Development team schedule to include all projects for current year and 2 years out using MS Project.


Federal Reserve Bank, Consultant  (2002 – 2003)

  • Created Master Schedule to include inserted subprojects, one resource list across all MS project files, and schedule dependency links between project schedules. Helped implement a new schedule based on the best use of limited resources. Created and presented reports for senior executives and provided a means to identify the critical path of the project.  Also coached and mentored Project Administrators in the use of MS Project.


Omgeo/Thomson Financial, Electronic Settlement Group (2000 – 2001)

  • Project Manager for important strategic cross-functional two location project.  Project was first between ESG and the DTCC, which the merged company, Omgeo later used to market itself.  Project delivered on time within budget in a professional environment where this was rare.
  • Part of Management team for large financial trading Internet development project to implement 'T+1' solution.  Project Manager for two subprojects.  Helped establish, design, and build Project Management Office.  Instrumental in establishing the use of Rational Unified Process.


Electronic Data Systems (1995 – 2000)   

  • Recovery Project Manager for late software project to rewrite customer reporting Windows application from desktop to extranet managed by EDS.  Development tools for project were Java, BEA Weblogic, SQL Server, and MS Frontpage.  Coordinated implementation activities with Networking, Systems, Documentation, and Production Support groups and refocused team and reset expectations.
  • Supported organizations effort to achieve SEI CMM Level 3 by leading team in writing Computer Resource processes and procedures.  Part of team that defined the process for tailoring the organization's standard Software Process.  Wrote Issue Escalation procedure for Intergroup Coordination KPA.
  • Led first successful project after two failed attempts to create Graphical User Interface (GUI) for legacy system.  Selected and employed Rapid Application Development (RAD), Joint Application (JAD), a User Interface Expert, and an Iterative/Incremental development lifecycle utilizing Visual Basic as tool.  First phase of this project used in evaluation of organization in achievement of SEI CMM Level 2.
  • Led first project in organization to use formal project management.  Led project team to deliver four software releases on time within budget to support seven wireless carriers using SaaS (Software as a Service) billing system.  Twelve person project with budget of $1.2 million.  Reduced time to market from nine months on first release to seven weeks on fourth and bug fixing in subsequent releases was reduced to 12% from 48%.



Electronic Data Systems, Advanced Systems  Engineer

Analyst, Developer, Tester, and Technical Lead  on many projects across multiple platforms such as PCs, IBM Mainframes, Unix workstations, and Digital VAXes.  These projects dealt with different business applications such as Wireless Billing, GM Plant Floor Maintenance, Wireline Outside Plant Engineering, Cellular Billing Credit Watch, and a GM Plant Job Request System.  The programming languages used were C, C++, Cobol, PL1, and Basic.



Project Management Professional (PMP) certification from the Project Management Institute (PMI) in 1999, valid through October, 2015

Six Sigma Green Belt certification, Value Train ( in 03/06

Certified Scrum Master (CSM), Danube Technologies ( in 09/07,

   Refresher course “Agile PM - An Interactive Demonstration“ with Big Visible (  

   in 02/12



Hardware:                  Sun workstations, IBM Mainframes, Windows PCs

Software:                    MS Project, MS Office, Visio, Sharepoint, MS Visual

                                     C++, MFC, ATL, ODBC, SQL, COM, CGI, Documentum, Changepoint, Daptiv

Databases:                  Ingres, Oracle, DB2, RDB, Interbase, Paradox, MySQL

Operating Systems:   Windows Vista, 7, 8, Unix, IBM Mainframe, Linux (Mandriva, Ubuntu)

Languages:                 C, C++, Cobol, PL1, Basic, HTML



BA in Mathematics, Minor in History   Westfield State University, Westfield, MA



Served six years as Engineer Officer in Army National Guard. Promoted to rank of Captain.  Honorably discharged.  Held Secret Clearance.

Wei Qi Acupuncture August Newsletter

Qi Mail™
The Acupuncture Newsletter

August 2015

Vicki Jessop Lic. Ac., MAc, Dipl. Ac. (NCCAOM)
Wei Qi Acupuncture
57 Palm Street, Suite 7
Nashua, NH 03060

Keep Your Skin Healthy with Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine

Acupuncture and Oriental medicine can be very effective at treating skin conditions. Treatments can provide quick relief for acute symptoms, as well as significant and lasting relief from recurrent or chronic skin conditions.

The skin reflects and reacts to imbalances within the body's internal landscape and the effects of the environment. Internal disharmonies caused by strong emotions, diet, and your constitution can contribute to the development of a skin disorder. Environmental influences, such as wind, dryness, dampness and heat can also trigger or exacerbate skin disorders.

To keep your skin healthy and beautiful on the outside, you must work on the inside of your body as well. Increasing the flow of energy, blood and lymph circulation improves the skin's natural healthy color. Promotion of collagen production increases muscle tone and elasticity; this helps to firm the skin. Stimulating the formation of body fluids nourishes the skin, adding moisture and making it softer, smoother and more lustrous.

General skin conditions that can be treated with acupuncture and Oriental medicine include acne, dermatitis, eczema, pruritus, psoriasis, rosacea, shingles and urticaria (hives). Evidence that acupuncture and herbal medicine have been used for skin disorders, such as hives, can be found in early medical literature dating back to 3 AD. Medicinal plants and stone needles were utilized to relieve and cure discomforts of the external areas of the body.

Oriental medicine does not recognize skin problems as one particular syndrome. Instead, it aims to treat the specific symptoms that are unique to each individual using a variety of techniques including acupuncture, herbal medicine, bodywork, lifestyle/dietary recommendations and energetic exercises to restore imbalances found in the body. Therefore, if 10 patients are treated with Oriental medicine for eczema, each patient will receive a unique, customized treatment with different lifestyle and dietary recommendations.

Acupuncture views nutrition in a complex light, through the application of Oriental medicinal wisdom to dietary habits. In short, certain foods are considered too "yang", or hot, to eat in excess during the warmer months, while others are prized for their "yin" ability to cool the body. Overall, the goal is balance between the internal yin and yang of the body. A healthy, nutritional diet, good sleep and moderate exercise can keep your skin and physical form at its best.

If you suffer from a skin condition or would like to know how to optimize your skin health, call today to find out more about how acupuncture and Oriental medicine can help you


Chronic Dry Skin? Try Acupuncture!

When the superficial layer of skin becomes dehydrated due to changes in weather, allergic reaction, certain medications or bathing/showering, it may develop fine flakes and dry patches. The medical term for this condition is called xerodermia or xerosis, and it may be temporary or respond well to moisturizers. Unfortunately for some, this condition becomes chronic and causes uncomfortable symptoms that require professional treatment. If chronic dry skin goes untreated, there is a higher risk of secondary conditions like tears in the skin that lead to infection, rashes, eczema, cellulitis or thickening and darkening patches

According to the theory of acupuncture and Oriental Medicine, the lung organ has important associations with any condition relating to dryness. One of its primary functions is to lubricate all the other organs, including the skin as this is the largest organ of the body. The skin plays an important role in detoxification. The lung is also known as "the delicate organ" due to its sensitivity to hot or cold temperatures.

To further demonstrate the relationship between the lung and dryness, the Neijing, a highly regarded acupuncture and Oriental medicine text, states that "the lung has a natural aversion to dryness." Not only is the lung vulnerable to dry conditions, but when affected, it can cause conditions of dryness in other areas of the body. Therefore, a practitioner may diagnose a patient exhibiting symptoms of chronic dry skin as having a lung imbalance.

If you have concerns regarding your symptoms of chronic dry skin, contact us for a full evaluation to discover what imbalances within your body may be contributing to your symptoms!


Treating Hives with Acupuncture

Hives (urticaria) are swollen and red bumps, patches or welts on the skin that appear suddenly. Itching is the most common symptom associated with hives, although some people report that hives cause a stinging or burning sensation.

Hives can occur anywhere on the body including the hands, face, lips, tongue, throat or ears. A sign that the whole body is experiencing a hypersensitivity reaction, a hives outbreak can occur due to a wide array of stimuli. While intolerance to certain foods, additives, intense emotions, sunlight exposure and medications can all cause hives; in 70-75 percent of outbreaks, the exact cause of hives remains unknown.

Whether they last for just a few minutes, a few hours or persist for several weeks, hives are rarely a medical emergency. However in some cases, they are the first sign of a strong allergic reaction to something and can be accompanied by shock or difficulty breathing, which can be life threatening. About 20 percent of people will experience hives (urticaria) at some point in their lives.

While standard treatment for acute cases of hives involves antihistamines or a corticosteroid drug to relieve symptoms, many people are turning to acupuncture and Oriental medicine to address underlying imbalances that cause this condition and help stop recurrent outbreaks.

In Oriental medicine, an outbreak of hives is described as wind invading the skin and the meridians, causing itching and swelling. When the eruptions are red, it is an indication that wind and heat are involved. When the eruptions are a pale pink or white, it is likely that the diagnosis will be wind-cold invading the skin. How the condition is diagnosed will determine what acupuncture points are used, what herbal medicines are prescribed and what lifestyle/dietary recommendations are made.

Treatments are directed at addressing both the cause and the symptoms by providing immediate relief from the itching and swelling and addressing the underlying imbalances and triggers that are causing the condition.

A study published in the Internet Journal of Dermatology examined the efficacy of acupuncture in the treatment of chronic hives (urticaria). The results showed that acupuncture was able to reduce both episode rate and episode duration of urticaria by as much as 25 percent. After three weeks, the majority of the acupuncture-treated patients experienced partial remission of their symptoms. The researchers also noted that the greatest improvements were seen in the third week of treatments and that the efficacy of acupuncture seemed to increase with each treatment.


Finding Eczema Relief

Eczema, or atopic dermatitis, is a skin disorder resulting in rough, red and itchy patches on the body. In addition, there can be a host of other symptoms and complications that can greatly vary between individuals. For some, small blisters may be present that when scratched, may bleed or ooze fluid and then crust over when dry. For others, a persistent need to scratch itchy skin may cause anxiety and sleep problems. Other symptoms of eczema include nighttime itching, red or brown skin discoloration, bumps that ooze fluid and harden when dry, scaly-looking, thick, cracked or dry skin, skin inflammation or sensitive, uncomfortable skin sensations. Complications that may arise from the symptoms of eczema include asthma, allergies, skin infections, insomnia, emotional problems or eye problems.

Usually, eczema is considered a chronic condition as it can take a long time to resolve. There may be long periods of remission, when the skin shows no symptoms. However in the presence of a trigger, such as pollen or dust, or after a stressful life event, symptoms of atopic dermatitis may come back. Other potential triggers for eczema include dry skin, bacteria and viruses, stress, excess sweat, hot and humid environmental conditions, wool, certain chemical cleansers and soaps, smoke/air pollution and certain foods like eggs, milk, wheat gluten or peanuts.

Due to the red and itchy nature of skin affected by eczema, acupuncture and Oriental medicine largely defines this condition as one related to heat. This manifestation of heat on the skin may stem from an internal imbalance (e.g. a weakened immune system), an allergic reaction (e.g. peanut allergy) or a combination of both these internal and external factors.

According to the philosophy of acupuncture and Oriental medicine, there are many reasons why the body may succumb to a heat condition and lead to the manifestation of eczema symptoms. Strong or prolonged emotions such as anger, rage or jealousy may contribute to a pathological buildup of heat. Overworking may also be a contributing factor, as this may interfere with other activities such as exercise and things that bring joy and pleasure into one's life.

Each patient will have a different set of circumstances. At the time of your visit, mention any emotional or behavioral difficulties you feel may be related to your eczema. This way, a treatment plan can be developed that will address all of your symptoms.



In This Issue


Keep Your Skin Healthy with Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine


Chronic Dry Skin? Try Acupuncture!


Treating Hives with Acupuncture


Finding Eczema Relief


Foods to Help You Look Your Best


Troubling Acne?

Foods to Help You Look Your Best

Be sure to integrate these items into your diet to help keep your skin look its best:

Vitamin A: Acting as an antioxidant to neutralize harmful elements in our skin, vitamin A helps to prevent wrinkles, resist infection and maintain the skin's elasticity. One of the best places to get vitamin A is from vegetables that are deep orange in color, such as carrots or sweet potatoes.

Blackberries, Blueberries, Strawberries and Plums: Antioxidants and other phytochemicals in these fruits can protect cells from damage and disintegration, thus guarding against premature aging. In a study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, these four fruits weighed in with the highest "total antioxidant capacity" of any food.

Essential Fatty Acids (EFAs): Responsible for skin repair, moisture content and flexibility, and because the body cannot produce its own, EFAs must be obtained from one's diet. Fish, walnuts and flaxseed oil are great sources of omega-3 fatty acids.

Selenium: An antioxidant mineral responsible for tissue elasticity and healthy skin, selenium can be found in brown rice, turkey, tuna and Brazil nuts

Green Tea: Green tea's ability to slow down the development of some signs of aging is attributed to its high levels of polyphenols, which have been well-documented for their antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Water: Essential to maintaining your skin's elasticity and suppleness, hydration plays a key role in keeping skin cells healthy. Hydration helps cells move nutrients in and toxins out to keep skin clean and clear.

Troubling Acne?

While acne is a condition that affects nearly 85 percent of all adolescents, the American Dermatologist Association reports that 20 percent of adults have an active acne condition. So, though some are led to believe that acne is a problem that only teenagers experience, the fact is that acne can impact any age group.

Acne often occurs when the hair follicles or pores become clogged from oil, dirt, dead skin cells, bacteria, environmental toxins or physical irritations on the surface of the skin. Hair follicles are connected to sebaceous glands, which secrete an oily substance known as sebum. Ordinarily, the secretion of sebum provides a luscious, healthy sheen to hair and skin. But there are times when the substance builds up, causing the pores to become plugged.

For some, acne may just simply be a nuisance from time to time, but for others the problem is chronic. Not only do they suffer from frequent acne breakouts, but also acne scarring. What's more, only as little as 11 percent of the 60 million Americans struggling with acne will seek professional treatment.

If you are showing symptoms of acne, even if it's not chronic and severe, you may want to consider an appointment. In addition to directly treating your skin condition through a personalized acupuncture treatment plan, you can also receive treatment if you experience emotional distress from your skin condition. Plus, if you seek treatment earlier rather than later, you may help reduce the incidence of permanent scarring.



14 Teague Drive s Salem, NH 03079 s (c) 978-479-9544 s 





s New Business Development s Operational Efficiency s Solutions Specialist


Accomplished business professional with history of operating and driving services revenues by developing and implementing strategic plans, anticipating and capitalizing on market trends, and customizing solutions for business partners and owners. Adept at identifying and tapping new market segments and developing new pipelines for multiple revenue streams.  Proven ability to recruit, train, and drive operational excellence that consistently meet or exceed aggressive business objectives. Recognized by leaders, competitors, and vendors as a trustworthy reliable partner with excellent communication, interpersonal, negotiation, and relationship-building talents.

Areas of Expertise

s Strategic Business Planning and Start-up   s Problem Resolution                      s P&L Accountability

s Contract Review and Maintenance             s Partnerships, JVs & Alliances       s Market Analysis / 

s Business and Property Management          s Innovative Marketing Plans           s Presentation Delivery

s Team Building / Leadership                         s Channel Sales Development        s Customer Relations   

s Quick Books                                               s Max Solutions Scheduling Software  s Hudson Technology          






BREAKAWAY ICE CENTER, LLC                                                                                                   Tewksbury, MA

$2.5M provider of athletic services; offers ice rental, youth and adult teams, off-ice training, clinics, camps, and leagues.


General Manager   2012-2015                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        


Developed and managed P&L statements for hockey business; as well as prepare annual budgets, monitor accounts receivables, approve accounts payables, and accounting reports.


Created and maintained progress reports on the business; delivered quarterly and annual reports to partners in order to facilitate informed strategic planning.


Grow revenue and brand by assisting with strategy and development of outside relationships.


Negotiated annual contracts.


Facilitated and negotiated purchase of Junior A hockey team.


Communicate and meet regularly with College coaches securing College hockey opportunities for players.


Head Coach of Junior A Team.


Recruit, train, and lead development of all new hires.


Executive Director   2008 to 2012                                                                                                                          


Managed all aspects of business operations; facility, staff, vendors, rentals, teams, training, clinics, camps, and leagues.


Contributed with the acquisition, preparation, management, and negotiation of the additional rink. 


Worked directly with landlord, contractors, and vendors on a weekly basis in regards to the facility.


Developed and managed P&L statements for overall business and facility; as well as prepare annual budgets, monitor accounts receivables, approve accounts payables, and accounting reports.


Negotiated vendor contracts for all aspects of facility operations.


Supervised and coordinated with staff for their responsibilities on a daily basis.


Coaching/Player Director for a number of hockey organizations.


PEARL TRANSPORTATION.                                                                                                 Salem, NH

Private transportation service provider. 

Business Operations Manager                                                                                             2012 to 2015


Monitored accounts receivables; approved accounts payables, cash flow analysis, accounting reports, forecasting, and legal actions.


Negotiated vendor contracts for all aspects of the business.


Supervised and coordinated with staff for their responsibilities on a daily basis.


Prepared daily schedule for chauffeurs.


Analyzed and approved effective marketing strategy.


Grew revenues by 200%


Negotiated Sale of Business

SUPERSKILLS HOCKEY, LLC.                                                                                         Tewksbury, MA

One of the New England’s premier hockey organizations.

Director of Hockey Operations                                                                                      1999 to Present


Prepared annual budgets.


Monitored accounts receivables; approved accounts payables, cash flow analysis, accounting reports, forecasting, and legal actions.


Negotiated tenant lease renewals and vendor contracts.


Worked regularly with customers and vendors for various facility and business needs.


Developed youth and skills programs to meet the developmental needs of youth.


Managed staff of employees; created schedules, hired, fired, negotiated wage, and completed and maintained appropriate employment documentation.


Created human resource manual and employment handbook.

 SHRN, LLC.                                                                                                                        Tewksbury, MA

Property Management Company for athletic facility.

Business Operations Manager                                                                                            2004 to 2008


Managed day to day operation of ice rink facility.


Prepared annual budgets.


Monitored accounts receivables; approved accounts payables, monthly owners report, cash flow analysis, and forecasting.


Supervised and coordinated construction projects (capital improvements and tenant fit-up), subcontractors, vendors, and maintenance staff.


Negotiated construction and vendor contracts for building.


Communicated regularly with tenants, contractors, vendors, and maintenance staffs.


Negotiated Sale of Business ($862,000.00 Profit).





Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice – Northeastern University, Boston, MA 

Training includes: Kathy Knowles Sales Training ¨ Brian Tracy International –High Performance Selling ¨ Memory Training Institute ¨ Master’s level 5 Coach – USA Hockey ¨ CPR/First Aid Certified ¨ Certified in basic refrigeration - STAR 


Activities includes: Hockey ¨ Golf ¨ Skiing

Be Kind to Your Eyes

Dress them up with the latest stylish frames. Make sure they are covered with proper UV filtering sunglasses. Keep them moist with drops. Don't forget to take your contacts out. These are just a few of the things you can do to be kind to your eyes. See Judith at North Broadway Optical for the tools and more tips to make your eyes happy. 224 North Broadway Salem, NH


Why Ambit Works

About Ambit Energy

Ambit Energy provides electricity and natural gas services in deregulated markets across the United States, primarily marketed through a direct sales channel of more than 250,000 Independent Consultants.

Based in Dallas, Texas, our company is focused on being the finest and most-respected retail energy provider in America, offering cost-effective choices for today’s energy consumer.

In 2010, Ambit was named #1 Fastest-Growing Private Company in America by Inc. magazine, and we continue to pick up steam as the fastest-growing company in the retail energy sector today.

The Ambit Opportunity works because it’s based on a simple, proven system. In this video, you’ll see how you can use that system to build your business, as well as how you’ll have the support of Ambit and your fellow Consultants along the way.

Contact your Local Ambit Consultant, Paula Johnson (603) 966-6793 on how to get started building your business. 

Meet Maureen Marasca - Spiritual Teacher/Counselor/Healing Practitioner.


Let's work together for your health and wellness.
188 N.Main Street 
Concord, NH 03301

Free Windows 10 Workshop


Hello , 

Melissa and I are very excited for the launch of Windows 10 on July 29th and are celebrating with an exclusive networking breakfast just for our business and education customers. Join us in the Salem, NH store located in The Mall at Rockingham Park, 8am-9:30am on Wednesday, July 29th to check out Microsoft’s newest operating system and get the chance to speak to product experts who can answer all of your questions. Learn about all of our community and business offerings, and participate in Windows 10 demonstrations. 

Enjoy an assortment of perfect morning pick-me-ups like pastries and coffee, all on us, while getting the opportunity to mingle with other small business owners and customers, as well as local education professionals. 

REGISTER HERE so that we know you are coming and we’ll make sure to save you a Danish!                                                                                    

While you are here, take advantage of and sign up for our exclusive free appointments, including business consultations with our Business Specialist, exclusive Answer Desk appointments with the very best technicians, and other educational workshops. 

As a bonus, when you register for the event, we will send you exclusive “Upgrade to Windows 10” tips and tricks to ensure your upgrade goes as smoothly as possible.

Due to a staggered role out, not all devices will upgrade automatically on launch day. To ensure that your device will upgrade, bring your device with you to the event and we will upgrade it for you! Depending on your device’s specifications, you may need to check the device in to our tech room to ensure specific system requirements are met.

 We hope to see you there! 

Robert Hemmings Business Sales Specialist  | The Mall at Rockingham Park Microsoft |

(347) 366-3329| |

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