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A mechanical mind (access required)

When his classmates at Aquinas Institute were heading off to football practice or some other after-school activity, Mark Gionta was on his way to work in one of the shops at Rochester Colonial. “The rest of us were doing our ...

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Finding the right fit (access required)

John Gilmore is not a lawyer. As the founder of BarkerGilmore, the legal recruiting firm based in Fairport, it makes sense that the first question most people ask him is if he’s a lawyer. Gilmore received his bachelor’s degree and ...

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Lifetime learner: RRH EVP Stamps leads by example, lifting those around her to reach their full potential (access required)

Deborah Stamps’ desire to pursue a career in nursing began to take root when her grandmother, Gwendolyn, underwent open heart surgery. Stamps was around 12 years old at the time and found herself in close communication with the nursing staff ...

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Epitome of a Rochester leader (access required)

It isn’t often that an entrepreneur is as well known for his business acumen as he is for his involvement in the arts. But Marc Iacona epitomizes both. As president and CEO of Simcona Electronics Corp., Iacona spends his days ...

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‘Be yourself’ mentality (access required)

Randi Proukou wants the members of GRAWA (Greater Rochester Association of Women Attorneys) to let their guard down a little. As president of the Greater Rochester Association of Women Attorneys Proukou wants to know about all the stresses and struggles ...

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Hitting a home run for Northwestern Mutual (access required)

Considering Greg Constantino’s love for baseball, he surely was sleeping in his crib with a toy baseball bat before he was 6 months old. “I have pictures of me in diapers swinging the most huge red bats, hitting the ball ...

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Singh oversees nurse-led employee wellness program at UR Medicine (access required)

Renu Singh has a passion for wellness and believes preventative care can play a major role in a person’s longevity and quality of life. “We have so much control over our health,” says Singh, noting that some 75 percent of ...

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Ensuring there’s a can-do attitude at Billitier Electric (access required)

When one company has been in business for 76 years, which is the case for LeChase Construction Service LLC, and when one of its frequent partners on projects, Billitier Electric Inc., has been around for 50 years, the involved parties ...

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Katherine Douglas leads MCC through unexpected challenges as interim president (access required)

Community colleges are filled with problem solvers, says Monroe Community College’s interim president, Katherine P. Douglas. “We are a community of problem solvers and we do that incredibly well,” said Douglas, who prefers to be called Kate. For example, look ...

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Leader of RHIO herds health care data (access required)

Just as it would have been difficult decades ago to imagine a pandemic scenario like the one we’re all living through today, most of us also could not have envisioned an electronic information system like the one managed by Jill ...

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Roloson aims for small-firm mentality as president of LaBella (access required)

There was something about the concept of drawing lines on paper to create some sort of structure—a barn, a warehouse, a house, whatever—that Jeff Roloson always found compelling. Then again, while growing up in the Seneca County village of Waterloo, ...

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