Team Clean, Inc. is a product sponsor of the Main Line Society of Professional Women.
Team Clean founder and president, Donna L. Allie, PhD. was recognized by Philadelphia Business Journal as one of 2014’s most admired CEO’s. Ms. Allie was given an award by Philadelphia Business Journal in the category of Entrepreneurship. This is one of several occasions Allie has been recognized by Philadelphia business journal over the years. The president and founder of Team Clean (a leading provider of janitorial services in the Philadelphia region), Allie launched the company in the mid-1980s as a solo entrepreneur, and has grown the company to over 600 employees and over $16 million in sales. The company she founded on a shoe-string was also named by PBJ as the #1-ranked Minority-Owned Business in 2007 and 2008.
Donna Allie is the Philadelphia 2014 Go Red for Women Chair. Go Red for Women is the American Heart Association’s nationwide year-long initiative that celebrates the energy, passion and power of women banding together to listen to our bodies, know the warning signs of heart disease and take action.
The American Heart Association’s 11th annual Philadelphia Go-Red-for-Women luncheon was held May 9, 2014. The luncheon served as the culminating event in the year- long Go Red for Women Campaign to raise funds and awareness around the number one killer of women (and men), heart disease.
The Luncheon was a mission filled day and, with approximately 800 guests in attendance, more than $1 million was raised in the fight against cardiovascular disease and stroke. This represents a new record for the Philadelphia Go Red for Women Luncheon and, with more than $150,000 in growth over last year, ranks the Philadelphia Go Red for Women Initiative as the number three American Heart Association Go Red for Women campaign in the entire country!
Proceeds from the Luncheon will fund research grants that will be used to uncover future medical breakthroughs. Past AHA research grants led to many important life-saving discoveries, including: CPR, implantable pacemakers, and drug coated stents.
GPCC Board Member Donna Allie, the President and Founder of Team Clean, Inc. served as Chair for the American Heart Association’s 2014 Go Red for Women Campaign Chair. Donna led the campaign to an all-time high by working diligently to champion this important cause throughout the year.
Team Clean, Inc is a commercial cleaning company headquartered in Philadelphia. Ms. Allie and Team Clean are recipients of numerous government, business, civic and community service awards and citations.
Team Clean Founder Donna L. Allie, PhD., was awarded the 2014 Governor’s Entrepreneur Impact Award for the Southeast Division.
On May 30, 2014, Governor Tom Corbett recognized 50 outstanding Pennsylvania companies and entrepreneurs for creating jobs, developing ideas, reaching new markets and making positive contributions in local communities at the 2014 Governor’s ImPAct Awards.
Governor Corbett said, “Today, we honor the men and women who spend countless hours providing the leadership and care that it takes to run a successful and growing business. This recognition goes beyond the contributions made to Pennsylvania’s diverse and vibrant economy. Today, we celebrate Pennsylvanians who embody the American dream by taking risks, working hard and achieving success.”
The Governor’s ImPAct Awards recognized 50 companies in five categories: Jobs First, Community Impact, Small Business Impact, Entrepreneurial Impact and Export Impact. The awardees were chosen by an independent judging panel selected by the state’s partners, Team Pennsylvania Foundation (Team PA) and Journal Multimedia.
Team Clean was founded by Ms. Allie in 1989. Within two years, the company expanded into commercial cleaning, first focusing on offices with less than 1,000 square feet. Within ten years, Team Clean was contracted to clean major office spaces and event venues, including Veteran’s Stadium, and was named to the list of “Top 100 Businesses” by the Philadelphia Business Journal.
Team Clean has been built into one of the region’s largest, fastest-growing and most-honored minority-owned firms based on one rule: always provide unparalleled service to customers. As stated by Ms. Allie: “Our company provides an impeccable service that exceeds our customers’ expectations, and preserves and enhances the value in our customers’ assets. We provide our employees a means to achieve financial self-sufficiency, while helping them to build a stronger sense of family, ethics and business.”
Ms. Allie remains independent and hard-working, dedicated to building her business, improving the lives of her employees, and enhancing a growing, vibrant company headquartered in the City of Philadelphia. Her singular vision includes the goal of providing meaningful employment for over 3,000 men and women. That vision is powered by her passion for providing a re-entry to the workforce for the less fortunate, and comes from her own unique and compelling experiences both as an individual and as a business owner.
When we shop for cleaning supplies, most of us only expect them to clean. What we don’t expect is that. What we don’t expect is that the chemicals in many commercial cleaners contribute to indoor air pollution and can also be harmful if they are inhaled or touched. View Donna Allie, owner of Team Clean, talking about her quest to provide a safer, healthier alternative to her clients by using green cleaning products.
The NAACP recognized 104 Influential Black Women in Philadelphia on March 24, 2013. Donna Allie was among this year’s 104 deserving women who were chosen from hundreds of nominations by community leaders, professionals and entrepreneurs. The event honored women who work as civic leaders, professionals and visionaries whose work benefits society and merits recognition and celebration.
Donna Allie was honored with the Brighter Futures Award on March 5, 2013 for hiring and mentoring employees with intellectual disabilities. This day marks the 21st annual MyCity, MyPlace Brighter Futures Awards celebration which was sponsored by the Philadelphia Dept. of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services (DBHIDS). It was a time to publicly acknowledge a direct-support professional, support coordinators, and community members for going the extra mile to include someone in the everyday life of the community.
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