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Laura Louise Zimberg, American medical technologist. Certified emergency medical technician, New York. Recipient Outstanding Program Manager award United States Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1988-1989, Outstanding Management Development V.P. award New York Region & Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1989-1990, New York State Outstanding Individual Development award, 1988-1989.


Zimberg, Laura Louise was born on August 3, 1961 in Kenmore, New York, United States. Daughter of Walter Martin and Susan Marie (Seils) Zimberg.


Bachelor of Science in Medical Technology, Damen College, Buffalo, New York, 1983.


Volunteer technician, DeGraff Memorial Hospital, North Tonawanda, New York, 1979;phlebotomist, DeGraff Memorial Hospital, North Tonawanda, 1979-1983;medical technician, phlebotomist, CMX laboratories, Buffalo, New York, 1983-1985;phlebotomist clerk, Roche Bio Labs, Williamsville, New York, 1986;medical technologist, Niagra Falls (New York) Memorial Hospital, 1986, since 1987;medical technologist, Sheehan Memorial Hospital, Buffalo, 1983-1987;medical technologist supervisor, Sheehan Memorial Hospital, Buffalo, 1987-1989. CPR instructor Greater Buffalo (New York) American Red Cross, 1985-1989, standard and advanced first aid instruction, 1985-1989.


Program manager Junior Chamber of Commerce/Schick scholarship fund, New York State Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1989-1990, regional director, 1991-1992. Individual development vice president Kenmore-Town, Tonawanda (New York ) Junior Chamber of Commerce, 1988-1989, management development vice president, 1989-1990, chapter president, 1990-1991. Parent Buffalo Zoo, since 1986.

Member Kenmore Merchant Association, Lambda Tau.