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Emmo Consulting/Semi-retired Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Specialist
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President of the Finger Lakes Chapter
Women's Interfaith Institute
Women's Institute for Leadership & Learning
Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry
American Bankruptcy Institute
One Voice Alliance of Women
Board Member and Membership Chair
Friends of Womens Rights
Adriene Emmo is president of the Finger Lakes Chapter of the Friends of the Women's Rights National Historical Park and an active community leader in her hometown of Seneca Falls, NY.
She is co-chair of the Convention Days committee, chairman of the Village Heritage Area, co-chair of the It's A Wonderful Life event, vice-president and board member of Seneca Falls-Waterloo Kiwanis International, board member and membership chair of the One Voice Alliance of Women, and board member of the Seneca Museum of Waterways and Industry. Adriene is also founding president of Emmo Consulting, which administers chapter 11 bankruptcies, and is a member of the American Bankruptcy Institute.
The Seneca County Chamber of Commerce Staff would like to send out congratulations to Adriene Emmo, Owner Emmo Consulting/Semi-retired Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Specialist Geneva on being named the 2013 ATHENA Geneva Recipient.
Adriene Emmo, Retired, Emmo Consulting
ADRIENE EMMO RECEIVES NINTH ANNUAL ATHENA GENEVA AWARD
GENEVA, N.Y. (September 13, 2013) - The Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce that Adriene Emmo, Owner Emmo Consulting/Semi-retired Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Specialist Geneva has been named the 2013 ATHENA Geneva Recipient. A dinner to recognize the three ATHENA Award nominees (Kathleen Crelot -President/CEO, Finger Lakes Federal Credit Union; Adriene Emmo - Owner, Emmo Consulting/ Semi-retired Chapter 11 Bankruptcy Specialist; Barbara Pierce-Morrow - Executive Director, Family Counseling Service of the Finger Lakes, Inc.) and four ATHENA Young Professional Award nominees (Tiffany Collinsworth -On Air Personality/Promotion Director, Finger Lakes Radio Group/ Anchor, Fingerlakes1.com; Kathleen Flowers - Director, Center for Community Engagement and Services Learning, Hobart and William Smith Colleges; Abigail Linsner - Accounting Supervisor, Wayne County Department of Social Services; Tara Rago - AVP/Geneva Branch Manager, Lyons National Bank) was held on September 12 th at Ventosa Vineyards. For many years, Adriene has provided her expertise in bankruptcy and business reorganization to national and international firms of renown through her professional affiliation with the Kate Logan Company. A sought-after expert in administration of the proceedings associated with Chapter 11 filings, Adriene became mentor and guide to most new professional associates in the firm. Although officially retired, Adriene is still called upon by her firm to consult on cases where her specialized knowledge is required. Adriene has projected the same professionalism and expertise into her volunteerism. Adriene's personal role in the establishment of the Women's Institute of Leadership and Learning is a perfect way to highlight her dedication to the advancement of young women. A critical part of the mission of that organization which Adriene helped formulate, it is the education and empowerment of young women that is the focus of Adriene's continued work. The guest speakers, educational programming, and website which Adriene has been instrumental in developing are just some of the vehicles through which Adriene is encouraging young women to challenge the status-quo. Her strong intellect, considerate nature and endless energy are a source of inspirations to others who learn from her that activism is less about demanding change and more about making it happen. She has left a permanent imprint on our community. Her leadership-by-example is living proof that one individual can indeed make a difference. She is a founding member of the local chapter of the National Organization of women; she is an active Board member for the Women's Interfaith Institute and a founding member of the Women's Institute for Leadership and Learning, an organization that sponsors "The Seneca Falls Dialogues," a biennial event that continues the discussion on women's and human rights began by Elizabeth Cady Stanton in 1848. Adriene's work encourages women to learn not only the challenges faced by women across the globe, but to actually do something about it. Adriene was honored as Woman of the Year by the Seneca County Women's Coalition in 2011. She was also recognized with a legislative resolution introduced in the New York State Senate by Michael F. Nozzolio. In 2009, Senator Nozzolio honored Adriene with the New York State Liberty Award for her outstanding service to her community, one of the highest awards given by the State Senate. Adriene was nominated by Diana Smith, Former Mayor of Seneca Falls.
opener," said WII Board Member Adriene Emmo.
"Nadia is a mesmerizing speaker, whose many talents as an author, artist, dancer and activist provides invaluable perspective and insight into the Muslim faith and women's struggle for equality," said Adriene Emmo, founding member of WILL. "Her interaction with Stanton was an insightful and moving experience for the audience," Emmo continued.