Jeremy J. Wolk, chair, partner, Nixon Peabody LLP
Diane L. Shoger, executive director
Martin K. Birmingham, audit chair, president and chief executive officer, Five Star Bank
Robert E. Brennan ’70, legal affairs, partner, Trevett Cristo Salzer & Andolina PC
Daniel J. Burns, immediate past chair, president, Rochester Region, M&T Bank
Lauren Dixon, at-large, chief executive officer, Dixon Schwabl
Sergio Esteban, governance chair, chief executive officer, LaBella Associates DPC
Emerson U. Fullwood, secretary, corporate vice president, executive chief staff and marketing officer, Xerox Corporation (Retired)
Kenneth L. Hines, investment chair, senior vice president, Merrill Lynch
Scott M. Kogler, C.P.A. treasurer, finance chair, Davie Kaplan C.P.A. PC
Howard Konar, at-large, president, Konar Properties
Dr. Anne M. Kress, Ph.D., ex officio, president, Monroe Community College
Todd M. Oldham, MBA, college liaison, vice president, Economic Development and Innovative Workforce Services, Monroe Community College
Lee J. Patterson ’70, alumni chair, sales and marketing executive, Millwork Industry (Retired)
Kathleen E. Pavelka ’79, at-large, president, Telecomp, Inc.
Leonard E. Redon, past chairs’ liaison, special assistant to the deputy mayor, City of Rochester
Mark Siwiec, special events chair, realtor, Nothnagle Realtors
Lori A. Van Dusen, at-large, founding principal and CEO, LVW Advisors
Richard S. Warshof ’68, development chair, vice president Marketing and Business Development, Paychex Inc. (Retired)
Matthew Augustine, president and chief executive officer, Biodrill Technical Solutions
David J. Beinetti, president, SWBR Architecture, Engineering & Landscape Architecture PC
Richard C. Brienzi ’79, business consulting/CFO services
Essie Calhoun-McDavid, chief diversity officer, Eastman Kodak Company (Retired)
Julie Camardo-Steron, chief executive officer/owner, Zweigle’s Inc.
Jack Cannon, chief executive officer, Cannon Industries Inc.
Jill M. Cicero, principal, Jill M. Cicero & Associates
Flor M. Colón, vice president, Strategic Partnerships, Alliances & Environment, Health, Safety & Sustainability, Xerox Corporation
Jeffery A. Davis, president, Elmer W. Davis Inc.
John L. DiMarco, II, president and chief operating officer, The DiMarco Group LLC
Robert J. Duffy ’75/’88, president and chief executive officer, Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce
Bernice E. Hatch, community advocate
Donald E. Jeffries ’71, president and chief executive officer, VisitRochester
Dolores K. Kruchten, vice president, Eastman Business Park
Michael A. Krupnicki '85, president, Mahany Welding Supply; founder and executive director, Rochester Arc + Flame Center *
Cynthia M. Langston, vice president, enterprise project delivery group, enterprise IT division, Excellus BlueCross BlueShield
Diana M. Lauria, associate director reunion giving programs, University of Rochester (Retired)
John E. Lovenheim, chief executive officer, Great Lakes Press (Retired)
David J. Mack, chief executive officer, MackTrak Executive Consulting Services
Karen C. Martin, president, Corning Incorporated Foundation
Ronald C. Mead, vice president, M/E Engineering, P.C.
Elaine Michael, president, ESM Associates
Edward G. Parrone, president and chief executive officer, Parrone Engineering
S. Jay Popli, executive vice president, Popli Design Group
Neil F. Rohrer, vice president, Core Payroll Sales, Eastern U.S., Paychex
Warren B. Rosenbaum, Esq. Woods Oviatt Gilman LLP
James F. Shaw, C.P.A., chairman, Davie Kaplan, C.P.A. PC
Naomi Silver, president and chief executive officer, Rochester Red Wings
John T. Smith ’71, chairman and chief executive officer, Solü Technology Partners and CloudDOCX
Gary L. Squires ’76, president, Manning Squires Hennig Co., Inc.
Kevin T. Stickles ’88, vice president, Store Operations Human Resources, Wegmans Food Markets
James M. Sydor ’71, president and owner, Stefan Sydor Optics
Charles J. Vita, senior vice president-group leader, Commercial Services, Canandaigua National Bank
Donna B. Wenk, vice president, Broadview Networks
Maureen R. Wolfe, senior vice president, Human Resources & Community Relations, ESL Federal Credit Union
Philip H. Yawman, executive vice president sales and marketing operations, Annese and Associates
John L. Bartolotta, director emeritus, administrative vice president in commercial lending, M&T Bank
Kenneth D. Bell, director emeritus, regional director, The Community Preservation Corporation
Simon Braitman, co-founder, Simcona Electronics Corporation (Retired)
R. Carlos Carballada, interim director, Center for Urban Entrepreneurship, Rochester Institute of Technology
Allen G. Casey, director emeritus, president, M/E Engineering, P.C. (Retired)
Frank J. Chiaino, director emeritus, founder and president, Fibertech Networks
José J. Coronas, director emeritus, general partner, Trillium Group, LLC
Daniel M. Garr, director emeritus, president, Greene Douglas Inc. (Retired)
Wayne K. Gilman, director emeritus, assistant controller, Eastman Kodak Company (Retired)
William M. Hughes, director emeritus, chief executive officer, HPA Consulting Group Inc.
Robert L. King, director emeritus, president, Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education
Arnold Klinsky, director emeritus, vice president and general manager, WHEC TV (Retired)
John R. Kraus ’65, director emeritus, vice president, Branding and Non-Traditional Advertising, Wilmorite Management Group LLC
Robert N. Latella, director emeritus, partner, Hiscock and Barclay LLP
Stephen D. Natapow, director emeritus, president, Natapow Management Group
Sandra A. Parker, director emeritus,
chief executive officer, Rochester Business Alliance (Retired)
Nathan J. Robfogel, director emeritus, senior counsel, Harter, Secrest & Emery LLP (Retired)
Harris H. Rusitzky, director emeritus, partner, The Restaurant Group LLC
John G. Thompson ’64, chief financial officer, Imaging Automation, Inc. (Retired)
Mary K. Thompson, director emeritus, community volunteer
James J. Ward, director emeritus, vice president, Bausch & Lomb (Retired)
Donald D. Welt, director emeritus, president, Welt Associates
Alice Holloway Young, Ed.D., founding trustee and chair emerita, Monroe Community College Board of Trustees
Brenda Babitz, director emerita, president, b smart group LLC
R. Thomas Flynn, president emeritus, Monroe Community College
Peter A. Spina, Ph.D., president emeritus, Monroe Community College
* Indicates new board member
John L. Bartolotta,
chair, group manager/administrative vice president, M&T Bank
Grace S. Tillinghast,
vice chair, co-owner, The Battery
Michael G. Barker,
supervisor, Town of Perinton
Anthony J. Daniele,
president, Monroe County Legislature
Barbara P. Lovenheim, Ph.D.,
professor emerita, Monroe Community College (Retired)
Carla M. Palumbo,
president and chief executive officer, Legal Aid Society of Rochester
Ronald S. Ricotta,
president and chief executive officer, Century Mold Company, Inc.
Kevin T. Stickles ’88,
vice president, Human Resources, Wegmans Food Markets, Inc.
Allen K. Williams,
director of special projects, Mayor’s Office, City of Rochester
Ilene L. Flaum
Wayne K. Gilman
Robert N. Latella, Esq.
Richard F. Mackey
Claire S. Montgomery
Nathan J. Robfogel, Esq.
Lois R. Tucker
Richard S. Warshof ’68
Alice Holloway Young, Ed.D.
Anne M. Kress, Ph.D., president
Andrea C. Wade, Ph.D., provost and vice president, Academic Services
Lloyd A. Holmes, Ph.D., vice president, Student Services
Todd M. Oldham, MBA, vice president, Economic Development and Innovative Workforce Services
Hezekiah N. Simmons, MBA, chief financial officer and vice president, Administrative Services
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