Two Hillside executives have been recognized by the Rochester and Syracuse business communities for their leadership and impact.

For the fourth consecutive year, President & CEO Maria Cristalli (above, right) was named to the Rochester Business Journal’s Power 100 list of community influencers; and in Syracuse, Chief Operating Officer Elizabeth Nolan will be honored next month as Executive of the Year in the annual Nonprofit Awards ceremony held by Central New York Business Journal.

Cristalli, a 33-year Hillside veteran, was named President & CEO in 2018. Nolan joined the agency in 2008; prior to her current COO role, she was Executive Director of Hillside’s 14-county Central New York Region.

The Power 100 list honors individuals “who are working to make an impact in Rochester,” said Ben Jacobs, associate publisher of the Rochester Business Journal. “We are optimistic that the people and organizations listed here will play a large role in helping Rochester continue to move forward and grow into the best community it can be.” Click here to read more about the 2024 Power 100.

The CNYBJ Nonprofit Awards recognize various aspects of leading contributions to the nonprofit community of Central New York. In addition to Executive of the Year, categories to be recognized include board leadership, collaboration, corporate support, fundraising events and volunteerism. For a complete list of honorees, click here.

A luncheon honoring the 2024 Nonprofit Award winners will be held Tuesday, March 19 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Syracuse.

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