Sergio Esteban (Board Chairman)
CEO, LaBella Associates, PC
George Scharr(Board Vice-Chairman)
President & CEO, Flower City Printing, Inc.
Timothy S. Shortsleeve(Board Treasurer)
CPA, Partner TYS, LLP
Kyle BanksEconomic Development RG&E Corporation
Dana AbramsonBusiness Owner
Thomas BattleyExecutive Director, Rochester Regional Photonics Cluster, Inc.
Alice CurryEmployee Care Team Manager, Hammer Packaging
Glenn Jeter Owner, McDonald’s Franchise
Kevin J. KelleyExecutive Director, Rochester Technology & Manufacturing Association (RTMA)
Ann Kowal President, Special Care Systems, LLC
Kathy Miner HR Director, Administrative Services & Employment, University of Rochester
Gary Rogers CEO, Dock Hardware
Bert BrinkerhoffVice President, M&T Bank
Adrian HaleGreater Rochester Chamber of Commerce
Mary Beth ArtusoVice President, Complemar
Joe WesleyWorkforce Development, Wegmans
Rachael BaranelloAssociate, Harris Beach, Attorneys at Law
Christopher CiminiChief Financial Officer, Buckingham Properties


Cheryl DinolfoCounty Executive, Monroe County
Lovely WarrenMayor, City of Rochester
Jeffrey AdairDirector of Planning & Economic Development-Monroe County
William ClarkPresident & CEO, Urban League
Corinda CrossdaleCommissioner, Monroe County Department of Social Services
Patricia StovallDirector, Training & Employment Programs, Pathstone
Jerome H. UnderwoodCEO & Action for a Better Community
Joseph LeoneExecutive Director, UNICON
Dan Maloney President, UAW 1097
Danielle MaloyRegional Coordinator, Acces-VR
Arnetta PowellManager of Youth Employment Services, City of Rochester
Lynn FreidRochester & Genesee Valley Regional Director of Workforce Development Institute
Richard TurnerWorkforce Development Manager, Planning & Development Monroe County
Mark RogackiRochester City School District OACES Program Quality
Romanda Gibson-StevensonCity of Rochester Manager Vocational Services
Todd OldhamVice President, Economic Development & Innovative Workforce Services, MCC
Roosevelt MareusDean/Executive Director, Rochester Education Opportunity Center
Randy AndreManager, New York State Department of Labor

Executive, Finance & Audit Committee Minutes:

-August 14, 2018
-November 13, 2018
-February 12, 2019

Workforce Innovation & Performance Committee Minutes:

-September 11, 2018
-December 4, 2018
-March 5, 2019

Workforce Development Board Meeting Minutes:

-September 18, 2018
-December 18, 2018

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RochesterWorks, Inc. Fraud and Abuse Reporting Policy Purpose: This policy provides procedures for reporting incidents, including but not limited to criminal fraud, criminal abuse or other criminal activity and noncriminal complaints, such as waste of funds, to the Workforce Development Manager in Monroe County’s Planning and Development Department, the New York State Department of Labor, and to the US Department of Labor’s Office of Inspector General, through the Incident Reporting System. Scope: This policy applies to all RochesterWorks, Inc. employees, subcontractors and subrecipients. Reference: Title 20 Code of Federal Regulations ( CFR ) Section 667.630 Policy and Procedures: All employees, subcontractors and subrecipients shall promptly report any incidents of fraud and/or abuse by mail to: Workforce Development Manager, Monroe County Economic Development Division, West Main Street, Rochester, NY 14614. The incident should also be reported through the Incident Reporting System at the US Department of Labor’s Office of Inspector General by phone at 1-800-347-3756 or by mail to: Regional Inspector General for Investigations 230 South Dearborn Street , 7th Floor Chicago, Il 60604-1505 A copy of the information should also be sent to: U.S. Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration 230 South Dearborn Street , 6th Floor Chicago, Il 60604-1505 New York State Department of Labor Complaint Officer Workforce Development & Training Division State Campus; Bldg. 12, Rm 440 Albany, NY 12240 Subrecipients should also establish, document, and implement procedures to immediately notify RochesterWorks, Inc. of any suspected or proven fraud, abuse, or other criminal activity involving WIOA-funded activities. This policy will be included as an appendix to each RochesterWorks, Inc. WIOA-funded contract, presented to employees at orientation, posted on the website,, and posted on the bulletin board in the employee break room at 255 N. Goodman Street , Rochester, NY 14607.