Our Hall of Fame honoree is Monte N. Redman, who is CEO/President of Astoria Bank and Astoria Financial Corporation. Mr. Redman was appointed as Chief Executive Officer and elected to the Board of Directors on July 1, 2011. Since his appointment, Mr. Redman has established a strong, seasoned Business Banking team, and has expanded the bank’s focus on multi-family and commercial real estate lending. In 2014, Mr. Redman oversaw the bank’s rebrand to Astoria Bank, reflecting the organization’s extensive range of offerings for its diverse and expanded customer base. In addition to his leadership of Astoria, Mr. Redman is an active member of the board of directors for the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York and the New York Bankers Association, addressing issues of importance to the New York banking community. He is also a member of the American Bankers Association’s American Bankers Council and a director and former chairman of the board of the Tourette Association of America (TA). Under his leadership, the TA helped influence legislation, furthered education and supported cutting-edge research.
John Kaiteris, Executive Director/CEO of HANAC Inc. He has an extensive background in government service and community relations having worked in the New York City Human Resources Administration and in the Mayor’s Office. He has brought these skills and talents to HANAC where he has been the Executive Director/CEO since 1973.
Steve Wei, is the founder/senior partner of Wei, Wei & Co., LLP. He was the principal and founder of Steve Wei, CPAs. As a partner of Wei, Wei & Co., LLP, he is in charge of overall management and administration of the firm’s accounting and tax practice, including directing the activities of managerial, professional and support staff, and coordinating manpower needs, among other resources.
Rhonda Binda, Executive Director of Jamaica Center Business Improvement District. She joined the Jamaica Center Business Improvement District as Executive Director in December 2014. With tri-sector private, government and non-profit experience and expertise in forming effective public-private partnerships, she has been advancing the BID by leveraging technology, tourism and transportation to make it an even more thriving business hub, and enjoyable shopping and cultural destination.
November 2, 2016
TERRACE ON THE PARK
52-11 111TH Street Flushing, New York
6:00 PM Dinner
7:30 PM Awards Program
For More Information Please contact:
Bridget K. H. O'Brien