Julie Wyetzner Honored with Executive Circle Award
Merrick resident recognized for her leadership and business acumen
By: Genser Cona Elder Law
Wyetzner has been an integral member of the Genser Cona Elder Law management team since 2016. She is responsible for overseeing the firm's finances, human resources and marketing while supporting its commitment to its client community of families, older adults and caregivers. Wyetzner credits her success in this role to the dedication of her colleagues, her work ethic, an ability to adapt and a unique approach to office management.
"I set a direction, manage it and keep everything operating on all cylinders," Wyetzner says. "I take a holistic approach to the firm as to where opportunities lie, and where changes need to be implemented."
Working alongside Genser Cona Elder Law Managing Partner Jennifer Cona, Wyetzner oversees the implementation of marketing efforts, brings an acute business mind to support the firm's practice development and spearheads its administration. They engage employees to be socially aware and give back to the community through a series of charitable endeavors, including in-house fundraisers. In addition, the firm annually volunteers for Midnight Run, distributing food, clothing, blankets and personal care items to the homeless on the streets of New York City.
They have driven the development of the firm's website and digital activities across a range of social platforms, all of which reflect the firm's commitment to clients, the community and the workforce. Wyetzner has also strategically engaged an audience through innovative programs for older adults, families and caregivers, and has developed and rolled out the firm's vision, mission, and core values.
"These activities give us a sense of community and remind us to be thankful for what we have," Wyetzner says.
Wyetzner is active in the Women's Collaborative, which brings Long Island professional and business women together for leadership programs. She is also an active member of the Association of Legal Administrators, and for the past two years has served as chair of the organization's charitable outreach efforts. She is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM-LI), engaging its members in programs that Genser Cona Elder Law offers to employers, such as TAWC: Tools and Advice for Working Caregivers, an Elder Care Employee Benefit program.
Based in Melville, Genser Cona Elder Law is a well-respected law firm concentrating in the areas of elder law, estate planning, estate administration and litigation, and health care law. Genser Cona Elder Law takes a holistic approach to elder law, providing support and resources for older adults and caregivers, and maintains long-term, partnering relationships with clients to provide the best solutions for multiple generations. The firm has been ranked the #1 Elder Law Firm by Long Island Business News for the past eight consecutive years, was honored as "A Firm That Makes a Difference" by the Hauppauge Industrial Association (HIA-LI), and received the 2018 HIA-LI Business Achievement Award. For additional information, visit www.genserlaw.com.
Photo Caption: Merrick resident and Genser Cona Elder Law Chief Operating Officer Julie Wyetzner was recently honored with the Long Island Business News Executive Circle Award, which annually celebrates excellence in business performance, community service and integrity. Wyetzner is pictured with her children, Charles Wyetzner and Shelby Shamir, at the Executive Circle Awards ceremony at Crest Hollow Country Club.