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Women’s Council 2014 Board of Directors

President
Lorisa LaRocca, Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP
Vice president
Wende Knapp, Harter Secrest & Emery LLP
Treasurer
Shelly Marketell, Eastman Kodak Co.
Secretary
Kelly Mueller, American Diabetes Association
DIRECTORS
Rachel Baker August, Seneca Park Zoo Society
Jennifer Johnson, Frontier Communications Corp.
Kathleen Massimilian, Mass Mutual Financial Group
Jean McCreary, Nixon Peabody LLP
Nancy Rencis, KeyBank N.A.
Elizabeth Schirmer, Sweetwater Energy Inc.
Meredith Smith, Rochester Institute of Technology
Alyssa Whitfield, American Red Cross
Kanika Wright, Carestream Health Inc.
Athena
Planning Committee
Chair
Lorisa LaRocca, Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP
Members
Julie Bazan, Manning & Napier Advisors Inc.
Jan Bent, Context Driven Strategy LLC
Tonya Brooks, Church of Love Faith Center
Claudia Burcke, Greater Rochester Enterprise Inc.
Abigail Ginsberg, Alan Ginsberg CLU ChFC
Linda Hall, Wakefield Way Consulting
Wende Knapp, Harter Secrest & Emery LLP
Jennifer Martin, Brown & Brown of NY Inc.
Kelly Mueller, American Diabetes Association
Nancy Rencis, KeyBank N.A.
Katelin Ryan, Ad Council
Alyssa Whitfield, American Red Cross
Kanika Wright, Carestream Health Inc.
RBA liaison to Women’s Council
Susan George
Athena
Selection Committee

Christopher Booth
CEO, Excellus BlueCross BlueShield
Jean Carroll
President and CEO, YWCA of Rochester & Monroe County
Anne Kress Ph.D.
President, Monroe Community College
John Doyle
President and CEO, Doyle Security Systems
Norma Holland
Anchor/reporter, 13WHAM ABC,
Fox Rochester and CW Rochester
Donald Bain Ph.D.
President, St. John Fisher College
Jean Howard
Consultant, G.J. Howard Consulting

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