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CenterState CEO announces six employees promoted to new corporate leadership team

By Eric Reinhardt (ereinhardt@cnybj.com)

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CenterState CEO announced it has promoted six employees to its newly established corporate leadership team. It’s the result of an 18-month internal process, which CenterState CEO will formally implement on Jan. 1 of next year. (Eric Reinhardt / CNYBJ file photo)

SYRACUSE, N.Y. — CenterState CEO announced it has promoted six employees to its newly established corporate leadership team following an “organizational refresh process.”

The group includes Ben Sio, who will serve as chief of staff and senior VP of strategy, policy and planning.

In addition, Andrew Fish has been named senior VP of member and business experience; Dominic Robinson will serve as senior VP of inclusive growth; Juhanna Rogers is the senior VP of racial equity and social impact; Elle Hanna will serve as senior VP of marketing and communications; and Lori Dietz has been appointed senior VP of administration and human capital.

The new leadership and organizational structure are the result of an 18-month internal process, which CenterState CEO will formally implement on Jan. 1, 2023.

In addition to leadership changes, the economic development and chamber of commerce organization says it has developed “eight strategic principles and associated metrics that will support its mission to create a region where businesses thrive, and all people prosper.”

The newly formed corporate leadership team is responsible for “advancing” the strategic principles. They include business competitiveness, community prosperity, equity, sustainability, continuous improvement, customer service, talent excellence, and brand awareness.

 

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