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ST. CROIX BUSINESSWOMAN IN 'UNITED WHO'S WHO'

Aug. 6, 2002 – Sylvia Browne, president of Sylvia's Professional Secretarial/ Bookkeeping, has been named to the 2002-2003 edition of the "United Who's Who Registry of Executives and Professionals."
The publication is dedicated to the recognition of individuals who have demonstrated leadership and achievement in their occupation, industry or profession. Their mission is "Empowering Executives and Professionals," said a release.
The annual publication is composed of detailed biographies of outstanding executives and professionals throughout the United States. The registry includes the member's name, company, title, address, type of business, major products and services and member's business expertise.
Browne is being honored with this distinguished recognition for her dedication, expertise and professionalism in bookkeeping and accounting. Browne holds a bachelor's degree in business management from La Salle University, a bachelor's degree in financial management from Cornell University, and a paralegal degree for the School of Paralegal Studies.
In addition to the successful operations of her company, Browne is an active member of the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers, National Society of Accountancy, National Association of Female Executives, Women's Business Center of St. Croix and the Red Cross.
In her spare time this Virgin Islands businesswoman enjoys jazz music, reading and cooking.
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