Throughout the month of March and always, we honor women’s contributions in American history. To close out the month-long celebration, we take this opportunity to spotlight some of Grove City’s women in business and share their stories.
KatBro Consulting is a marketing communications agency offering a variety of marketing services including web design, social media management, graphic design, multi-media and copywriting services. Web and technical support services throughout C3 tech products are also offered.
KatBro has been in business since February 2014 and was started by Katie Browder-Person, a career entrepreneur who started her first business at the age of 13.
Katie gives back to the local community that formed her, providing free consulting service through many community development organizations like Economic and Community Development Institute’s Women’s Business Center, Increase Community Development Corporation and Cultivate.
Southwest Public Libraries Director Meredith E. Wickham
Meredith assumed the position of director of Southwest Public Libraries in February, moving to the Buckeye State from Hernando, Miss., where she oversaw operations for one of the largest public library systems in the state.
As a leader and member of state and national library associations, Meredith brings an extensive amount of experience and enthusiasm to Southwest Public Libraries and shares her excitement to be in Ohio, a state she describes as widely recognized as one of the best for libraries.
The Grove City Library began as a private club of reading enthusiasts in 1891, in a small room behind a Broadway drugstore. Now, 130 years later, Southwest Public Libraries consists of two full-service regional facilities, serving 127 square miles in Franklin and Pickaway counties.