Ericson Strategic Marketing Solutions, LLC



Cynthia Dawn Ericson is a lifelong resident of Chester County, Pennsylvania. She graduated from Widener University with a B.A. in Political Science / Pre-Law, honors 1983 and 1984. She also received professional training from the Central Atlantic School of Commercial Lending and the Central Atlantic School of Banking at Bucknell University. With 25 years of experience within financial services, in both banking and insurance, she began her own consulting business "Ericson Strategic Marketing Solutions". Her experience also includes CoreStates Bank, American International Group (AIG), and Continental American Life Insurance Company. Cynthia also developed two new weekly radio shows on WCHE 1520AM, "This Week in Business" and "This Week in Service."

Widener University, Chester, PA. Bachelor of Arts, May 1984. Honors, 1983-1984.
Central Atlantic School of Commercial Lending and Central Atlantic School of Banking, Bucknell University, 2004.
Rotary Leadership Institute, Level 1, 2, and 3, 2008-2010.


Professional Awards
2009, 2010, 2011 Paul Harris Fellow.
Scholarship to Rotary Leadership Institute, 2008-2009.
Chester County Chamber of Business & Industry Sales Awards, 2005 & 2006.
Selected "Strategic Leadership in the Marketplace" - AIG's Future Leaders, 1999.
Two-time Pennsylvania Penny Award Winner for Outstanding Strategic Direct Marketing, 1998.

Greater West Chester Sunrise Rotary, 2005-present. Club President 2011-2012, Board Member.
Member of the Wealth Planning Network, Director of New Business Development.

Community Service
"This Week In Service" Radio Show WCHE 1520AM
Community Service Corner Internet Radio
Community Service Radio Show WCOJ 1420AM
Fern Hill Elementary School - Reading Program

Academic Distinction

Outstanding Woman of the Year, 1985
Who's Who Among Student in American Universities and Colleges, 1984
President of the Student Body, 1983-1984
Academic Honors, 1983-1984
Model United Nations, Founder and Chairman, 1983
Secretary of the Student Body, 1982-1983
United States Congressional Intern, 1982
American Student Association, Founding Member, 1982
Parliamentarian of the Student Body, 1981-1982