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SCORE Mentor Spotlight: John Enoch
April 25, 2022
John Enoch

Nasdaq predicts that the small business economy is set to soar once again in 2022. This trend will lead to continued record numbers of new mentor requests for our Chapter and the need to onboard as many qualified new volunteer mentors as possible.

Bringing Talent to the Table

Meet new SCORE mentor John Enoch. John comes to his role as a mentor with over twenty-five years of experience in the printing and packaging industry. His work background includes roles in a variety of management and sales positions within several large corporations and running a small $15 million labeling equipment business for eight years. This background allows John to offer his experience with the day-to-day operations of a large corporation and a small business. This unique flexibility is a great asset to provide for our SCORE clients.

Reaping the Rewards of a Volunteer

Early in his business career, John had a plant manager who encouraged everyone on the management team to use the skills developed to give back to the community. John took on a volunteer role at that time and has continued over the years in various organizations. He has always found it richly rewarding.

“After retiring a few years ago, I heard about SCORE and felt it would be a great fit for me.  I wanted to stay active on the business side, and volunteering at SCORE allows me to stay engaged with the business community and help others as well.”
     - John Enoch, SCORE Volunteer mentor

John is eager to serve with co-mentoring opportunities. He is familiar with the following:


  • Operations
  • Product Development & Manufacturing
  • Strategy & Planning
  • Technology


  • Agriculture
  • Forestry
  • Fishing & Hunting
  • Manufacturing
  • Professional, Scientific & Technical Services
  • Warehousing & Transportation
115 East King Street
Lancaster, PA 17602
(717) 397-3092

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