DONNA EICHERLY Citrus Skin Studio
After working as a registered nurse at Hershey Medical Center, Donna Eicherly made the decision to go back to school for her esthetician license and continue her esthetic studies at the Dermal Institute. Now the owner and manager of Citrus Skin Studio, Eicherly says her mission “is to make quality skin treatments and products affordable and accessible to all women.” “It is no surprise that acne and other skin problems can really affect self-esteem,” says Eicherly. “Our acne program is very successful for our clients who have been searching for products and treatments that not only get their skin clear, but keeps it clear and healthy.” Eicherly says her program is very comprehensive and includes looking at her clients’ diet and lifestyle choices and identifying triggers that may contribute to breakouts. “We work to educate our clients to understand what is happening with their skin,” she says. “We love to teach healthy skin habits and nurse skin back to health.” She also networks with other professionals who also specialize in acne. “My team is on top of new treatments and products that will benefit our clients.” Citrus Skin Studio also offers custom facials to address specific concerns such as sun damage, unbalanced and sensitive skin, and healthy aging skin. “And we do this in a relaxed, warm and friendly atmosphere,” says Eicherly. In her other life, Eicherly is in the process of setting up a volunteer program to benefit women coming out of domestic violence situations. “I am enlisting the help of other local women business owners to volunteer a service to help women feel good about themselves and learn some self-care tips to practice at home to nourish their bodies and souls,” she says. PHONE: 717-534-1100
KATIE MAXWELL, ESQ. JESSICA FISHER GREENE, ESQ. Walters & Galloway, PLLC
“I knew since kindergarten that I wanted to be a lawyer," says Katie Maxwell. “I have an aunt who is a lawyer and growing up she would often tell me about her exciting cases. She even took me to court with her during my school breaks.” Now a practicing attorney whose areas are criminal defense, family law, and litigation, Maxwell is an integral part of the Walters & Galloway law team. A graduate of Barnard College, Columbia University, and Penn State Dickinson School of Law, Maxwell says she enjoys her job. “I consider myself lucky to practice in Cumberland County where we have an incredibly collegial bar and an accessible bench,” she adds. Maxwell is a member of the PA Criminal Defense lawyers, Cumberland County Bar Association, Cumberland County Inns of Court, and the Pennsylvania Bar Association and House of Delegates. She volunteers her free time as a Carlisle YMCA youth soccer coach. “I went into law after working in a nursing home. I saw all of the issues that went on with residents and started researching about the law and older adults. I decided to attend Penn State Dickinson School of Law because of the school’s Elder Law Clinic program,” says Jessica Greene. Greene also earned her undergraduate degree from Penn State and received her LLM in Elder Law from Stetson University College of Law. She is a member of the National Elder Law Foundation, Life Care Planning Law Firms Association, Cumberland County Bar Association and Elder Counsel. In 2016 she achieved the distinctive designation of Certified Elder Law Attorney (CELA) by the National Elder Law Foundation.
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32 HARRISBURG MAGAZINE JULY 2019
Harrisburg's Magazine July 2019 Issue.