Her trait as a self-starter and her ability to bring out the best in others are some of what brought Kim Allen to Dixon Schwabl 22 years ago.
“She’s aware that if you’re going to take on something new, that probably means something else needs to be taken off the plate. She’s really sharp in terms of the financial circumstances of the association and how we work and what we’re capable of doing,”
In his role, Wilkes, 45, is responsible for the executive leadership and driving the growth of the company’s largest region, determining the strategic direction for the United States, Canada and Latin America.
Baudo, 44, is the Head of School at Allendale Columbia School, an independent, co-ed school in Rochester for students in Little School (ages 18–36 months) through grade 12.
Empire State Development is the economic development wing of New York state, and Fox O’Sullivan is responsible for ESD projects in a nine-county area.
Ian Mortimer’s comfort with ambiguity is probably a good thing as he settles into his role as the inaugural president of the newly established Golisano Institute for Business & Entrepreneurship.
His welcoming greeting, warm smile and desire to make every visit perfect have made him Rochester’s most famous maître d. He is a fixture at the front door, in the Founders Room and on the terrace, and surely is more well known than most of the club's 600 members.
“Lori O’Brien is the perfect leader to follow Ken Perri,” said Retired Court of Claims and acting state Supreme Court Justice Richard A. Dollinger, a member of the LawNY Board of Directors.
Jim Reed has had more than 25 years of working at Excellus BlueCross BlueShield to prepare for his current role as president and CEO; and he wouldn’t have had it any other way.
Mark Whitford’s goal as the new managing director of the Rochester office of Barclay Damon LLP is to maintain the success of his predecessor.
“There is an incredible need for our services and an inability to meet that demand because of workforce challenges,” Cristalli says, adding she gets frustrated when she sees youth waitlisted for needed services for an extended period.
“We might not get back to what we used to be, and we don’t have to,” Continenza says. “We will get to where we’re supposed to be and continue to grow.”