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How to Successfully Retain Young Professionals

Kamber Parker March 15, 2022 10


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Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, Kamber moved to Greenville, South Carolina after attending Furman University. In addition to her full-time work in the nonprofit sector as a Development Director, she started her company The YoPro Know¬†in 2018, a platform designed to be the bridge between ambitious young professionals and the companies that wish to hire them and most importantly, retain them. Kamber is the author of the Ebook “The Young Professional Guide: 7 Smart Career Decisions To Make Now To Maximize Your Young Professional Years” and offers consulting services for companies looking to increase young professional retention and engagement. In her free time, she volunteers for the Association of Fundraising Professionals Board, Meals on Wheels, and is involved in the Greenville Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals group. You can find her at The Commons, on the Swamp Rabbit Trail running, or Soul Yoga

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Kamber Parker

Originally from Baltimore, Maryland, Kamber moved to Greenville, South Carolina after attending Furman University. In addition to her full-time work in the nonprofit sector as a Development Director, she started her company The YoPro Know in 2018, a platform designed to be the bridge between ambitious young professionals and the companies that wish to hire them and most importantly, retain them. Kamber is the author of the Ebook "The Young Professional Guide: 7 Smart Career Decisions To Make Now To Maximize Your Young Professional Years" and offers consulting services for companies looking to increase young professional retention and engagement. In her free time, she volunteers for the Association of Fundraising Professionals Board, Meals on Wheels, and is involved in the Greenville Chamber of Commerce Young Professionals group. You can find her at The Commons, on the Swamp Rabbit Trail running, or Soul Yoga

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