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Productivity Specialist Emily Parks Awarded 2018 Corporate Philanthropy Award by the Triangle Business Journal

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Productivity Specialist Emily Parks Wins Corporate Philanthropy Award
Productivity consultant Emily Parks has been honored with a 2018 Corporate Philanthropy Award by the Triangle Business Journal through her work with the Lung Cancer Initiative of North Carolina (LCI) and other non-profits including the Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation, Dress for Success, Senior Services, Inc. and The Shepherd's Center of Kernersville.

RALEIGH, N.C. - June 12, 2018 - EntSun -- Parks, owner of Organize for Success®, is an award winning productivity professional who specializes in work life integration and technology; a public speaker; Certified Evernote Consultant and author.  Parks stated, "I am thrilled to be presented with the Corporate Philanthropy Award. I celebrated ten years volunteering with LCI last year and look forward to the next ten years."

The Triangle Business Journal's Corporate Philanthropy Awards honors non-profits and the corporate citizens (companies and individuals) supporting them through philanthropy, volunteerism, board support and corporate partnerships.

The Lung Cancer Initiative's mission is to save lives and provide support to those affected by lung cancer through research, awareness, education and access programs across North Carolina. LCI specializes in connecting patients, survivors and loved ones with the medical and research community. To learn more about LCI please visit their website: https://www.lungcancerinitiativenc.org/

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"Often the level of corporate citizenry mirrors the quality of life in our communities," says Jason Christie, publisher of the Triangle Business Journal.  "The Triangle area is fortunate to have so many passionate and helping nonprofits and individuals that are being guided and supported by committed companies across all industries."

Why is Emily Parks so committed to finding a cure for lung cancer? "I lost my father to lung cancer 18 months after he was diagnosed. I want to make a difference in the lives of people with lung cancer and their families, and hopefully, find a cure someday," Parks explained.

In this short video, Emily shares why funds are needed for LCI.  Once again, she will chair the Greensboro LUNGe Forward 5K Run, Walk and Rally event, and this gives an overview of why funds are needed. This year, the Greensboro Race will be held on November 10th 2018.  https://youtu.be/Q7aeelnGzUQ

The twenty winners were honored on Monday, May 21st at Marbles Kids Museum in downtown Raleigh. The 2018 Corporate Philanthropy Winners were chosen from nearly 90 applicants and have gone above and beyond to make a difference in the local community.   This is the second year the Triangle Business Journal has awarded Corporate Philanthropy Winners.

To see Parks' full profile in the Triangle Business Journal please visit http://bizj.us/1pmckm.   In addition to volunteering at LCI, Parks is involved at other non-profits including, but not limited to: the Kappa Alpha Theta Foundation, Dress for Success, Senior Services, Inc. and The Shepherd's Center of Kernersville.

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To learn more about Emily Parks and the work she does to help people become more productive, achieve work life integration and getting things done, visit: http://organizeforsuccess.biz/.

Contact Emily at 919-981-6397 or eparks@organizeforsuccess.biz to learn how she can help you.

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About Organize for Success®

The mission of Organize for Success® is "Maximize work/life solutions for meaningful results with your very limited time" while our vision is "Make life efficient for time-crunched leaders." Organize for Success provides one on one and team consulting; customized presentations & workshops; technology training; communication skills; workflow processes; and workspace organization across the United States.

Owner Emily Parks is an Evernote Certified Consultant as well as an Instructor at North Carolina State University's Technology Training Solutions Center. Parks was recognized in the 2015 class of 40 Under 40 Leadership Awards from the Triangle Business Journal. She was awarded the 2015 Member of the Year from the National Association of Women Business Owners, Greater Raleigh as well as the Meaningful Green Award in 2017.

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