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Riverlife’s Jay Sukernek departs for a new opportunity

By September 29, 2017October 3rd, 2017Uncategorized

Riverlife Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Jay Sukernek is stepping down from his role at the organization at the end of this month.

​Jay has accepted the position of Chief Financial Officer of Jewish Association on Aging, effective September 29. Riverlife’s staff and board sincerely thanks Jay for his 7.5 years at the organization. During that time he was responsible for advancing major initiatives such as the Mon Wharf Switchback permitting and construction, Pennsylvania Waterfront Development Tax Credit legislation, renovation of Allegheny Landing, and countless negotiations with riverfront property owners, developers and stakeholders.

Thank you Jay and best wishes for the opportunities ahead!

Photo by Maranie Staab