Legal assistant Rachel DeSimone proudly named Mover of the Week by Erie Times-News.
In the wake of her election as a voting member of a national accreditation program’s supplier task group during its quarterly global meeting in Japan, Rachel Marie DeSimone was proudly named Mover of the Week by Pennsylvania-based Erie Times-News’ regional business guide.
A former paralegal certified in quality systems, internal auditing, and root cause analysis, Rachel DeSimone took her then-department to national accreditation under a celebrated industry program before scooping her Mover of the Week accolade, courtesy of the Erie Times-News and its team.
Erie Mover of the Week recipient Rachel DeSimone had also recently taken her team to supplier merit status under the same program, which is responsible for setting the standards for a wide variety of aspects in its industry. “It was fantastic to achieve recognition as the Erie Times-News’ Mover of the Week,” reveals DeSimone.
With a history dating back more than 130 years, daily broadsheet newspaper the Erie Times-News was founded in 1888. Headquartered at 205 West 12th Street in Erie, Pennsylvania, the newspaper has a current daily circulation of between 40,000-58,000 on average, Monday-Sunday. The Erie Times-News can also be found online at GoErie.com, where the local news, politics, and sports outlet promises the latest breaking stories, sports, entertainment, and obituaries from in and around Erie, Pennsylvania.
Former Erie-based professional Rachel DeSimone has since relocated to Bonita Springs, Florida, where the Mover of the Week recipient now works as a legal assistant. DeSimone had previously spent time in nearby Naples, originally moving to the city in 1985 to pursue her early career in the legal industry.
Predominantly pursuing a career in real estate law from the outset, Rachel DeSimone was able to split her time between Pennsylvania and Florida, where she would continue her work seasonally for a period of more than five years. DeSimone did so while simultaneously taking her Erie-based team to supplier merit status, achieving national industry accreditation, and scooping her prestigious Mover of the Week accolade.
Both Bonita Springs and Naples are famed for their Gulf Coast beaches, parks, high-end shopping, and golf courses. The Pennsylvania city of Erie, meanwhile, is also celebrated for its lakeside beaches plus the nearby Waldameer Park & Water World, the Erie Maritime Museum, and the Erie Art Museum, as well as an abundance of walking and cycling trails – a particular source of enjoyment for Rachel DeSimone during her time spent living there.
During her time in Erie, Pennsylvania, Rachel DeSimone also embarked on flying lessons. Passionate about travel, DeSimone has visited Italy to see her heritage. Back home, she enjoys spending time with her friends and family and is a proud supporter of a number of charities and other good causes, including the American Cancer Society and humanitarian organization, the American Red Cross.