President and CEO, PathStone Corporation
Years in current role: 2
What was your biggest success in 2021?
We not only maintained providing current services as an organization, but we actually expanded our geographical service area by two states during the pandemic.
What are your expectations for 2022?
Further learning to embrace the new normal. It is more important than ever before to look forward and minimize intent to go back to the way things “were.”
What is your biggest takeaway from dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic?
Our environment has significantly changed, and we have proven capable of evolving along with it.
What is your favorite thing about the Rochester community?
It is a collaborative atmosphere. Our community truly understands the importance of partnerships even in a competitive arena.
If time were no issue, what would you do to help the community that you aren’t already doing?
I would like to help minority students with learning how to increase their wealth, including various educational opportunities, connections to local organizations, and exposure to local leaders. Not only is classroom education important but so is learning a trade. I would want to expand the marketing of trades to the communities we serve.
This profile is part of Rochester Business Journal's Power 100 list for 2022. Information used in this profile was sourced from the honoree. View the full list at rbj.net.