CGR Welcomes Three New Members to its Board of Trustees
The new board members, who began their three-year terms in February, are:
Dr. Daniele Lyman-Torres, Commissioner of the Department of Recreation & Human Services for the City of Rochester. Dr. Lyman-Torres plans, directs and controls the administration and provision of services by the Department of Recreation and Human Services (i.e., Recreation, Human Services, Public Market, Parks, and Youth Services). She also serves on the board of Willow Domestic Violence Center.
Marisol O. Ramos-Lopez, Chief of Communications & Intergovernmental and Community Relations of the Rochester City School District. Ms. Ramos-Lopez oversees the communications for the District and its schools to meet their communications needs and provide clear, useful, accurate information to the public. This work is intended to raise awareness of school and student successes; build parent and community support through effective communication in a variety of media; and strengthen public confidence in the District and its schools through media outreach and public relations. Ms. Ramos-Lopez also serves on the boards of Causewave and Villa of Hope.
Thomas J. Rogers, Senior Vice President/CFO for ESL Federal Credit Union. Mr. Rogers oversees ESL accounting, treasury, strategic planning, market and business intelligence, product development, and operations areas. He also serves as a member of several executive-level committees. He is serving as board of director's chair of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Rochester, and board member of the COMET Informatics, LLC.
The Board of Trustees also elected new officers. Suzanne Nasipak-Chapman, Regional Director at USI Insurance Services, will serve as Vice Chair. Warren Hern, President and CEO of EastBay Ventures, will serve as Treasurer and will also serve as Chair of CGR's Finance and Audit Committee. Dr. Joel Frater, Former Executive Dean of Monroe Community College, will serve as Board Secretary. David Fiedler, retired CEO of ESL Federal Credit Union, will continue as Board Chair.
Founded in 1915, CGR is an independent, nonprofit management consulting organization delivering expertise in government and education, economics and public finance, health and human services, and nonprofits and communities. Our mission is to improve the quality of communities through impactful research, analysis, consultation and data management for the public, nonprofits and philanthropic organizations that serve them. To learn more, visit www.cgr.org.