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Diana Sole Is Junior Achievement Laureate

Junior Achievement of West Virginia recently honored Diana Sole, president of MotionMasters, with a Laureate award.

During the 8th annual Business Hall of Fame dinner, Diana was recognized for making a lasting impact on business and society. Craig Young, chairman of Junior Achievement of West Virginia, said Diana’s entrepreneurial success, business excellence, courageous thinking and action, vision and innovation, and inspired leadership make her a role model for our young people. While receiving the trophy, Diana said, “I am honored to accept the award on behalf of the MotionMasters team. I am truly blessed to work with some of the best, most creative people in the industry.”

Junior Achievement’s Business Hall of Fame was established to celebrate the accomplishments of individuals who have had a lasting impact on the free enterprise system and improved our way of life in West Virginia. In honoring our Laureates, Young said, “We hope to inspire others, especially young people, to pursue excellence as well as their dreams for a better tomorrow.” Diana is one of 16 recipients since the Business Hall of Fame was founded in 1999.

Junior Achievement, a private nonprofit organization, accomplishes its purpose by providing economic education programs to students in kindergarten through 12th grades.

As the largest and fastest growing business and economic education organization in the world, Junior Achievement reached more than seven million elementary, middle and high school students during 2006. Locally, Junior Achievement is entering the 36th year of educating young West Virginians with business and economic programs. It currently reaches more than 5,000 West Virginia students in 225 classrooms with the help of 200 teachers and more than 150 volunteer consultants.

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