Rochester Chamber Announces Promotions and New Hires
Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce announced five staff promotions and two new hires. Megan Baldino, Christyne Huerta, Kayleigh Mooney, Dominic Oliveri, and Jennifer Suppé received promotions while Sandy Gonzalez and Lia Lando are new additions to the Rochester Chamber team.
Details of the promotions:
Megan Baldino promoted to Office Administrator from her former position of Front Office Coordinator of Rochester Chamber’s RBA Staffing division. This marks Megan’s sixth promotion in her five years at Rochester Chamber. She recently became a first-time homeowner in Hamlin.
Christyne Huerta promoted to Accounting Supervisor from Finance and Accounting Clerk. Christyne has a bachelor’s degree in English literature from SUNY Brockport and is currently working on a second degree in accounting.
Kayleigh Mooney promoted to Medical Staffing Supervisor from her former position of Placement Specialist at Rochester Chamber’s RBA Staffing division. Kayleigh has seven years recruiting experience including working on-site at two client locations.
Dominic Oliveri promoted to Supervisor, Background and Reference Checking from Coordinator, Background and Reference Checking. Oliveri has worked at Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce since 2007 and also serves as head coach of the SUNY Geneseo men’s soccer team.
Jennifer Suppé promoted to Sr. Human Resource Services Specialist from Human Resource Services Specialist. Jennifer has a master’s degree in human resources development from St. John Fisher College and PHR and SHRM-CP certifications.
New hires include:
Sandy Gonzalez as Placement Specialist for Rochester Chamber’s RBA Staffing division. Prior to coming to RBA Staffing, Sandy worked for another staffing agency as a recruiter for the light industrial and manufacturing fields. Sandy considers the staffing business a passion, not just a job.
Lia Lando as Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce Sales Representative. Lia previously served as news anchor and reporter at WHEC-TV Channel 10 in Rochester. Lia is a graduate of Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.