My road in life took a while to figure out.
I was born in New York and raised in New Jersey.
I earned my bachelor’s degree in political economy from Williams College in Massachusetts—I also studied politics, philosophy, and economics abroad at the University of Oxford in England.
After graduating, I went on to earn my MBA in financial management.
I started my career as an insurance underwriter and then moved on to risk management.
From there, I spent almost 10 years at PepsiCo, working with sales strategy, risk management, and capital markets.
I left Wall Street and corporate America to work in government—first as a senior advisor to the county executive and then as deputy commissioner of social services for Westchester County, New York.
During my time as deputy commissioner, I met my predecessor at Greyston and developed a relationship with him—when he needed a vice president of programs and partnerships, I applied and got the job.
After two years as vice president of programs and partnerships, I was appointed as president and CEO of Greyston.
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