07 Aug InspiriaMedia CEO To Head Marketing & Communication Committee For The Business Council of Westchester Rising Stars Leadership Council
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y., May 20, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Recognized by his leadership and the success of the White Plains-based InspiriaMedia, Ronnie Ram, President and CEO of the firm has been selected by The Business Council of Westchester Rising Stars Leadership Council to lead its marketing/communication committee. Having executed hundreds of advertising campaigns for small to medium sizes businesses and agencies, Ram has proficiently implemented tactical marketing strategies.
Previously, as a recipient of the Rising Star Award from The Business Council of Westchester, Ram’s involvement, drive and talent has been a strong reflection of the best in the business community. For those demonstrating insight and the ability to lead, this coveted award provides young professionals with the resources to flourish in their careers.
“Being a rising star in Westchester is a point of pride and an award that sets you apart in a very competitive business environment, said Ram. “Rising stars are active and involved in their business and community and as such upcoming business leaders.”
“We are thrilled that Ronnie has generously committed to giving of his time and talents to this group,” said Maria Bronzi, Chairperson of The Business Council of Westchester’s Rising Stars Leadership Council and Director at Altium Wealth Management, LLC. “We want to help make Westchester a better place to live, work and play, and we are excited for the value he brings to the team.”
As a Rising Star award recipient in 2010, the support Ram has received has significantly increased his connection and access with the business council over the years.
“It’s led to inclusion in high level business development and networking opportunities such as rising star lunch and learns and motivational business talks,” said Ram. “Some of which allowed me to develop strong personal relationships that led to substantial business for my firm.”
As a part of a committee of strong leaders and as head of the marketing/communication subcommittee, Ram aims to be instrumental in aiding the Rising Stars. His extensive involvement includes the coaching of individuals and teams, and implementing effective solutions for strategic media placements, inbound marketing and outdoor advertising. He hopes to help further the messaging and mission of the Rising Stars which is “to identify and connect Westchester County’s emerging workforce and future leaders, engage them in our community, support their efforts to advance their careers and to attract likeminded individuals” through his expertise in advertising and marketing.
“I would like to offer support in the way of sharing business advice with younger or less experienced rising stars. Many of us have experienced more failures then successes early on in our careers and anything I can do to help drive success in the rising stars will be a very positive reflection on me and my fellow members,” stated Ram.
Ram will continue to be a dedicated and active member who utilizes his experience and ideas to support Westchester County’scurrent and future rising stars that are dedicated in cultivating their businesses.
“Being part of a committee of leaders’ enables me to not only further contribute to the business environment in Westchester but also to help shape the future leaders of our area,” said Ram.
About The Business Council of Westchester
The county’s largest and most influential business membership organization, The Business Council of Westchester is committed to helping businesses market, learn, advocate and grow. In addition, The Business Council of Westchester is actively involved in reviewing federal, state and county legislation and regulations in order to assess the potential impact on the business community and to influence the outcomes through advocacy when the business community’s interests may be affected. It also acts as an information resource for the business community and government leaders at all levels.