Stephen J. Rotella born in 1953 is a former bank executive and board director at St. Barnabas Medical Center, New Jersey. Stephen J. Rotella, President of StoneCastle Partners LLC (SCP) is not only an active philanthropist but also the new chairman of LIFT National Board. Rotella assumed the role from veteran businessman Michael Gilligan after proving his capability to lead. Mr. Rotell attended the State University of New York and attained a Bachelor’s degree in Economics. He earned his MBA in Finance and Information Systems from the State University of New York at Albany and read full article.
Stephen joined StoneCastle with an idea that had one hundred millions in assets and has made it have a turnover of over eleven billion U.S dollars. The company through Rotella’s help has grown from a smaller and highly entrepreneurial business to a multimillion industry. His idea was to connect investors looking for safer places to invest their hard earned money. By using technology to link together all community banks, the value could be added to the banks offering the addition of value safely to the banks. Stephen has also been the chair of LIFT development community. His advice has helped LIFT evolve to deal with the cycle of poverty in the United States Through Stephen’s help; Lift has been able to partner with young children dealing effectively with the country’s economy crisis and Stephen of facebook.
Stephen lives an extraordinary life. His typical day involves waking up early in the morning for gym followed by walking his dog after breakfast. On his work day, he focuses on only three or fewer initiatives per day. He believes in brainstorming and has employed some smart people whose opinions weigh in his decisions. Informal discussions, asking questions and interactions have helped Stephen Rotella’s ideas come to life. Stephen is mostly excited by robotics, and he sees them as the future of technology in the deliverance of better services. Rotella first strategy in achieving success is focusing on what a customer wants and not what they think they want.. He stresses out on the importance of listening to the clients and the people closest to the company.
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