Marjorie Luke has had at least three careers over a span of more than 50 years working in a variety of fields, and each one taught her valuable lessons she now brings to her role as Piedmont SCORE chapter chair and volunteer mentor.

The Connecticut native started out in 1968 as an engineering aid for United Aircraft, now United Technologies, before shifting to computer technology. Integrating computers into the business world was then an emerging field, and Luke worked for a succession of firms before landing at the Connecticut General Life Insurance Company, which later became Aetna, for 23 years.

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