Youth Services Recognizes Ziegenfelder Executives

Photo by Alan Olson Youth Services Systems recognized Barry Allen and Lisa Allen, of The Ziegenfelder Co., Friday night at its annual Good Samaritan Tribute Dinner at Wheeling Park’s White Palace. Pictured, from left, are YSS CEO John Moses; Barry Allen, chief customer officer for Ziegenfelder; Lisa Allen, Ziegenfelder’s president; and YSS Board Chairwoman Emily Fisher.

Youth Services Systems recognized the president of The Ziegenfelder Co. and her husband for their hiring practices during a Friday night dinner at Wheeling Park’s White Palace.

During its annual Good Samaritan Tribute Dinner, YSS thanked Lisa Allen and her husband, Barry, for their compassionate hiring practices and the effect they have on the community as a result of them.

“We know from our experience in working with those in recovery, with the homeless, that Ziegenfelder’s makes a difference in their lives,” Moses said.

The Zieggy Tribe, as the company calls itself, aims to hire veterans, the homeless and those reintegrating with society after drug rehabilitation or after leaving jail or prison.

“When we approached Lisa, it was very clear that the Allens were proud of their whole team, that this was a team effort,” Fisher said. “YSS feels the same way about our staff and their work, so this made perfect sense to us.”

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