Life is known for throwing wicked curves. Just ask Lynn Balch.
When Balch, chairman of the Education Advisory Board, was a student at Penn State University, he studied broadcast journalism. But after graduating in 1972, Balch, now 62, had a tough time finding work in the field. He worked in Nebraska for a few years, but nothing panned out.
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