Michael Chevalier is President of Preferred Systems, Inc. which is a provider of national Certified Continuing Educational Programs and a national provider of continuing education credits to Professional Organizations, Universities, Government Agencies and Association’s that produce educational programs for those attendees requiring continuing education credit for the maintenance of their certification or license. Preferred Systems, Inc. currently is accredited by 36 different national licensing boards and associations in the areas of Law, Insurance, Finance, Workers’ Compensation, Real Estate, Human Resources, Safety, Behavioral Health, Healthcare, Education, etc. Preferred Systems, Inc. is located in Erie, PA and was started in 1996.

Mr. Chevalier received his B.A. and M.Ed from Gannon University. Mike has an extensive background in training and development having provided Continuing Education Program trainings and certifications to Michigan State University Professional Development Programs in Human Resources and Workers’ Compensation Certification, The Pennsylvania Department of Labor, Bureau of Workers’ Compensation and Bureau of Safety Programs, Gannon University, Clarion University of Pennsylvania, New York Association of Self Insurers and the New York State Counties Association of Self Insurers, The Pennsylvania State Self Insurers Association, International College of Healing Arts, PGM University and numerous other professional associations. Preferred Systems, Inc. has also provided insurance and financial training programs for National City Bank, First National Bank of PA, Mellon Financial Services, Citizens Bank and several various national insurance companies.

Mr. Chevalier has also authored numerous grant applications having received in excess of $5,000,000 for community social service providers. Mike has also appeared on television and radio shows addressing specific topics pertaining to education, and various social issues affecting the community.

Mr. Chevalier also serves on a number of different local, state and national organizations as a board member.