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The managing editor of TownSquareDelaware.com, Christy Fleming also supports a variety of non-profit initiatives in Delaware. Her background includes positions in public relations, advertising and journalism.

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JP Morgan Chase had some good news to share with members of the Wilmington Women in Business last month — that they are bringing some 2,000 additional jobs to Delaware, with a large portion that will be located at their new IT center on 202/Concord Pike — the old Astra Zeneca site. According to WWB President Jen Wilson, once all positions are filled, Chase will become one of the top three employers in the State. Many of the job postings are currently featured on the Wilmington Women in Business website. “We are grateful for our partnership with Chase, and of course we  love sharing good news — especially new job openings — with our membership,” said Wilson. Wilmington Women in Business celebrates their 25th anniversary this year and is offering a series of special events and networking programs over the next few coming months.

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