Lambousis, who has worked in property management in the region joined State Representative Lynda Schlegel Culver’s district staff in 2015, and was promoted to office manager in 2016.
Lambousis commented, “Assisting individuals looking to start a company and stay in Central PA is an imperative part of RBI. I am excited to join this team and look forward to what the future holds.”
During her career, Lambousis has volunteered with organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, Boy Scouts of America, the Kellie R. Grose Foundation, Warrior Run Area Soccer, and Warrior High School Boys Parents Booster Club. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services and Management from the University of Phoenix in 2008. She resides in Watsontown with her husband, two sons and two rescue dogs.
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Rural Business Innovation, based in Bloomsburg, Pa., is the result of a shared vision and mission by the Board of Directors from both the Greater Susquehanna KIZ and the Rural Enterprise Development Corporation. RBI creates and fosters local job growth by aiding entrepreneurs, newly formed start-up companies, and mature companies in identifying and capitalizing on new ideas and opportunities. RBI and strategic partners are creating the environment to keep and attract talent to the Central PA region. RBI manages the Keystone Innovation Zone and the Local Enterprise Assistance Programs (LEAP). There are six business incubator locations throughout nine counties. For more information, visit www.ruralbusinessinnovation.org. Follow RBI on Facebook (www.facebook.com/GSKIZ, Twitter (www.twitter.com/RBI_Corp), and Pinterest www.pinterest.com/PAGSKIZ/)