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President and Chief Executive Officer
AGC NYS LLC
AGC NYS LLC
10 Airline Drive Suite 203
AGC NYS, LLC is one of the largest chapters of the AGC of America. Founded in 1918 at the request of President Woodrow Wilson, AGC represents more than 33,000 member firms associated with the construction industry. AGC is focused on growing construction m...
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Linda Rosenthal, Alex Beauchamp, Ron Deutsch, James Parrott and Mike Elmendorf
Mike Elmendorf, President and CEO of the Association of General Contractors of New York State, explains Governor Cuomo's infrastructure plans for this year and the state's greatest needs. (Original air-date Jan. 27).
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Michael Elmendorf, Albany, New York
President and CEO, Associated General Contractors of New York State
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Michael J. Elmendorf II
National Federation of Independent Business
President & Chief Executive Officer
Mike Elmendorf was named President and CEO of the Associated General Contractors of New York State (AGC NYS), New York's leading construction industry association, in February 2011.
Previously, Elmendorf had served as New York State Director of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), New York's largest small business advocacy association, where he lead a resurgence of the organization, establishing it as one of the Empire State's most powerful and effective business organizations.
Prior to joining NFIB, Elmendorf spent 11 years in the administration of New York Governor George E. Pataki.
Elmendorf has extensive experience in government, having served as Special Assistant to the Governor and Director of Intergovernmental Affairs.
In that role, he was a member of the Governor's senior staff and served as the Governor's advisor on state-federal, regional, state-to-state and international relations.
was responsible for a broad range of policy initiatives, and worked with officials from across New York on the local, state and federal levels.
was also the lead negotiator for New York State
on the historic Great Lakes-St.
Lawrence River Basin Water Resources Compact, which was approved by all eight Great Lakes states' governors and legislatures, the United States
Congress and the President of the United States
, protecting the water resources of the Great Lakes region while balancing the need for economic development and growth.
A longtime community leader, Elmendorf serves on a number of boards and is a founder of the nationally recognized Colonie Youth Court program.
Small business roots run deep for Mike Elmendorf
grew up in a family of small businesspeople and saw firsthand the challenges and rewards of running your own business.
mother and stepfather own and operate Fritze Jewelers
in Colonie, New York, a family business that has been in operation in New York's Capital District for more than 60 years.
father spent many years in the bar and restaurant business in the Albany area.
Elmendorf is a native of the Town of Colonie, and received his bachelor's degree, magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, from Union College in Schenectady, New York.
Mike Elmendorf, head of the ...
Mike Elmendorf, head of the state chapter of the National Federation of Independent Business, said he was "very disappointed" by the veto.
"We appreciate the gravity of the financial and fiscal crisis confronting the state, and admire the governor's determination to tackle it," Elmendorf
said in a statement.But, he
added, "small businesses are facing a crisis of their own as they struggle to afford health insurance."