Celebrate Beverly Coover-Pirone's Rise to Executive Director

You’re invited to attend a special dinner to honor Beverly Coover-Pirone's remarkable achievement
on Saturday, October 2nd. 

Photos & Limo Service at 3:45 pm at Beverly's Residence 

Address to be sent closer to the event to those that RSVP.

Dinner at 5:00 pm
Tabor Road Tavern
510 Tabor Road 
Morris Plains, NJ 07950
Cocktail attire is recommended but not required.
Please RSVP no later than Friday, September 17th

Beverly Coover-Pirone
Bound Brook, NJ

Before Kynect entered the picture in 2016, Beverly was a manager at a major retail store. Her husband, Carmine, owns his own plumbing business. She wasn’t actively searching for anything new at the time. She loved her coworkers and her family was thriving. But some days, the long hours and lack of appreciation for her hard work were tough to stomach.

Every now and then, a friend from church would post something on Facebook that piqued her interest. And when she found out what that crazy kid was up to, she joined on the spot. 

That crazy kid was, of course, Executive Director Jeff Stier. He played organ at Beverly’s church and had been trying to get her to be his customer for 2 years. They met up at a diner, he pushed play on the BP, and that’s all it took. 

“I was inspired to join because of the simplicity. It just made sense!” she says. With 2 kids in college, the idea of extra income each month to help with those costly textbooks was enticing. 

Beverly was quickly drawn in by the tightknit culture she found on her team and in Kynect as a whole. She figured out that daily consistency and enthusiasm, coupled with building strong relationships, would carry her far. So she started dreaming bigger than textbooks.

“Kynect has taught me I’m a go-getter! I’ve developed leadership skills, speaking skills, more patience. It’s drastically changed my life. I’m a better person,” she says.