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Molding a future with technology and focus

Want to know how to grow a company? Ask Ronald Ricotta. Since taking the helm as president and CEO of Century Mold Co. Inc. in 2002, the Rochester-based company has more than doubled its annual sales, from $26 million to ...

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Ronald Ricotta Position: President and CEO, Century Mold Co. Education: Bachelor’s degree in business administration, Rochester Institute of Technology, 1979 Age: 48 Family: Wife Kelly; children, Matthew, 25, Jeffrey, 23, Katherine, 15, and Steven, 12 Residence: Pittsford Outside activities: Golfing, ...

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Engendering success in accounting business

Ingrid Stanlis became an accountant in 1979 when being an accountant was something a woman just didn’t do. She went to work for a firm that eventually became KPMG LLP’s Burlington, Vt., office. When KPMG made the acquisition, “I was ...

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Ingrid Stanlis Title: Managing partner, KPMG LLP Age: 54 Home: Rochester Education: B.A. in English, Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt., 1972; completed accounting program at University of Vermont, 1977 Family: Husband, Paul Donnelly Quote: “Accountants come at this from all different ...

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Daniel Mahany Title: President and CEO, Canfield & Tack Inc. Age: 47 Education: B.S. in accounting, Le Moyne College, Syracuse, 1979 Family: Wife, Marie; daughters, Erin, 17; Mary Kate, 14; Colleen, 11 Residence: Penfield Interests: Attending daughters’ sporting events; driving ...

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Printing a road map for his firm’s success

“You could lock me in this building for a month and I couldn’t produce a business card,” Daniel Mahany confesses, gesturing toward Canfield & Tack Inc.’s printing plant. Mahany, the commercial printing firm’s president and CEO, seems completely comfortable with ...

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Joan Stone Title: Dean, Rochester Institute of Technology’s College of Imaging Arts and Sciences Age: 62 Home: Webster Education: B.S. degree in mathematics, St. Lawrence University, Canton, 1963; M.S. degree in mathematics education, Syracuse University, 1967; Ph.D. in curriculum, supervision ...

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Painting a future with a technology bent

Managing the balance of technology and the arts-giving creative folks the tools to help them fly-is like managing an orchestra, Joan Stone says. “In an orchestra, you have people playing different instruments yet they come together to make a whole ...

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Mark Coburn Title: Associate provost and director, office of technology transfer, University of Rochester Age: 50 Residence: Webster Education: A.B. in zoology, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, 1976; M.S., technology management, Pepperdine University, Culver City, Calif., 1991 Family: Wife, Karen; son, ...

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Fostering the science of technology transfer

The telltale signs of Mark Coburn’s fascination with science and technology were visible even when he was 8 years old: he had fashioned a laboratory in his closet. “I can’t believe my parents let me do this. Maybe they didn’t ...

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Robert Radley Title: President, FRA Engineering P.C. Age: 48 Education: B.S. in civil engineering, SUNY Buffalo, 1980; graduate work at Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pa. Family: Wife, Marion, 48; son, Robert, 24; daughters, Kelly, 22 and Rebecca, 16 Residence: Batavia Interests: ...

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Leader aims to engineer a team approach

Robert Radley does not understand all the attention paid to CEOs and presidents. For Radley, the president of FRA Engineering P.C., the success of a company is the result of a team more than any individual. “Sometimes the whole thing ...

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Laying the tracks for a law firm’s growth

Leading a visitor on a short tour of Underberg & Kessler LLP’s new offices in Bausch & Lomb Place, Anna Lynch tosses an affectionate dig about “dirt lawyers” in the direction of her predecessor as the firm’s managing partner, John ...

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Laying the tracks for a law firm’s growth

Leading a visitor on a short tour of Underberg & Kessler LLP’s new offices in Bausch & Lomb Place, Anna Lynch tosses an affectionate dig about “dirt lawyers” in the direction of her predecessor as the firm’s managing partner, John ...

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Anna Lynch Title: Managing partner, Underberg & Kessler LLP Age: 43 Education: B.A. in American government and 19th- and 20th-century literature, Georgetown University, Washington D.C., 1983; J.D., Syracuse University College of Law, 1986 Family: Son, Joseph, 14; daughter, Grace, 10 ...

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