Summit Mayor Nora Radest, with oversized ceremonial ribbon-cutting scissors in tow, celebrates the opening of The Co-Co in Summit along with the business' principals Lynne Pagano, Lauren Decker, Suzanne Willian, Christine Gilfillan and Suzanne Spero.

The Co-Co is a collaborative co-learning and co-working community where members can work, learn and have fun. A women-led local business with female-forward content, community, and design, The Co-Co's members are energized to join in supporting and inspiring women wherever they are on their journey of life and career.

Housed in a custom-designed, 3,000-square-foot space located at 115 Summit Avenue that features areas for private conversations / meetings, phone booths for a quiet call, conference rooms, and tables for working on a laptop, The Co-Co offers three levels of membership (Community, Part-Time and Full-Time) designed to meet members' objectives.

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