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Over the years we’ve seen more and more entrepreneurs follow in the footsteps of business leaders like Mark Zuckerberg and Marissa Mayer. These are men and women who are taking risks at a young age and bringing innovation to businesses across the country. During a recent trip to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Alicia Menendez had a chance to meet with three such business leaders – all young, all successful, and all eager to give back to their home town.

Meet Christina Wong, the production manager at ESM Productions; Josh Goldblum, the founder and CEO of BlueCadet, and Ginny Susini, the assistant vice president of PNC Bank.

Why moving up doesn't mean you have to move away: young professionals investing in their hometowns

Over the years we’ve seen more and more entrepreneurs follow in the footsteps of business leaders like Mark Zuckerberg and Marissa Mayer. These are men and women who are taking risks at a young age and bringing innovation to businesses across the country. During a recent trip to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Alicia Menendez had a chance to meet with three such business leaders – all young, all successful, and all eager to give back to their home town.

Meet Christina Wong, the production manager at ESM Productions; Josh Goldblum, the founder and CEO of BlueCadet, and Ginny Susini, the assistant vice president of PNC Bank.

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