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Rebecca Kessler

Rebecca Kessler

YMCA of Greater Rochester announces the following promotions: Rebecca Kessler, director of fun and special programming at the Schottland Family YMCA; Anna Spear, child care center director at the Carlson MetroCenter YMCA; Brent Rasmussen, digital marketing coordinator for YMCA of Greater Rochester; Cady Schneible, camp director at YMCA Camp Arrowhead; Carly Swiering, experience coordinator for YMCA of Greater Rochester; James Lacagnina, director of operations at Schottland Family YMCA; Kim Carlascio, director of athletics at Schottland Family YMCA; Kristin Moore, director of donor engagement at Eastside Family YMCA; Elizabeth Lenz, communications coordinator for YMCA of Greater Rochester; Stephanie Campanelli, director of donor engagement at Schottland Family YMCA; Sushma Dasaraju, membership director at the Eastside Family YMCA; Suzanne Christa, center director at the Lewis Street Child Care Center; Tony Wing, sports staff associate at the Bay View Family YMCA; and Elias Hayes, health and wellness staff associate at the Schottland Family YMCA.

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Anna Spear

Anna Spear

Brent Rasmussen

Brent Rasmussen

Cady Schneible

Cady Schneible

Carly Swieringa

Carly Swieringa

James Lacagnina

James Lacagnina

Kim Carlascio

Kim Carlascio

moore-kristin

Kristin Moore

Elizabeth Lenz

Elizabeth Lenz

Stephanie Campanelli

Stephanie Campanelli

Sushma Dasaraju

Sushma Dasaraju

Suzanne Christa

Suzanne Christa

Tony Wing

Tony Wing

Elias Hayes

Elias Hayes

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