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Ray Isaac elected president of Small Business Council

The Small Business Council (SBC) of Rochester announced today that Ray Isaac, president and CEO of Isaac Heating & Air Conditioning, has been elected president. Isaac will serve a two-year term.

Isaac succeeds Paul Kaiser, vice president of New York Business Development Corp., who also served a two-year term. Kaiser will now fill the role of immediate past president of the SBC.

Isaac Heating & Air Conditioning has been a member of the SBC for over 12 years, and Isaac has served on the SBC executive committee since 2014. Isaac was honored with the 2014 SBC Business Person of the Year award in the more than 50 employees category. Isaac Heating and Air Conditioning was founded by Isaac’s grandfather in 1945, and he is the third generation to lead the organization.

“I am honored to have the opportunity to lead such an organization in the Rochester business community,” Isaac said in a statement. “The SBC has so much to offer. Our professional development programs and networking events are second to none. My goal is to introduce the benefits of our organization to more and more businesses so that they can leverage the knowledge, information and relationships to build their respective businesses.”

Also joining the board of directors of the SBC in January 2018 for two-year terms are: Benjamin Jacobs, Rochester Business Journal; Tim Levine, ESL Federal Credit Union; Tom Hanna, All-American Home Care; Rosa Ladelfa, Cornerstone Wealth Management LLC; and Sarah Compter, SYNACT Inc.

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