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A Conversation With Champions - "All Things Major"

ESL Champions Pavilion, Locust Hill Country Club in Pittsford, NY
Wednesday, June 23, 2010 11:30 a.m. 
Presented by the Polisseni Agency &
The Susan B Anthony Center for Women's Leadership 

Golf insider Gail Graham will serve as moderator, and this year's panel reaches beyond the golf world and includes Rochester native and soccer star Abby Wambach, and Olympic gold medalist skier Diann Roffe. The LPGA will be represented by Christina Kim, Meg Mallon and Betsy Rawls. 

Audience members will be invited to offer questions.

Tickets are $50 per person and $350 for a table of 8. All tickets include lunch and admission onto the course for Wednesday's tournament play.

Checks should be made payable to the Children's Success Fund. For more information, please call Wegmans LPGA at (585) 427-7100 or the Anthony Center for Women's Leadership at (585) 275-8799.

For more information or to register, visit the Wegmans LPGA website.

2010 Panelists

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Betsy Rawls
Meg Mallon
Christina Kim
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Abby Wambach
Diann Roffe
Gail Graham

Click here for panelists' bios


The 2010 Susan B. Anthony Promise Award:

This award was established by the University of Rochester’s Anthony Center for Women’s Leadership and William E. Simon Graduate School of Business Administration in 2006 to help commemorate Susan B. Anthony’s life and vision. The award honors a Simon School alumna whose career, leadership, energy and wisdom promise to help us realize women’s full social, political and economic equality.

Amy Leenhouts Tait

CEO of Broadstone Real Estate, LLC, and CEO for Broadstone Asset Management and Broadstone Net Lease


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Amy currently serves as CEO of Broadstone Real Estate, LLC, a commercial real estate investment, management and development company which she co-founded in 2006 with her father, Norman Leenhouts, and husband, Bob Tait.  She also serves as CEO for Broadstone Asset Management and Broadstone Net Lease, a private Real Estate Investment Trust.  Broadstone affiliates currently own and/or manage over sixty properties in seventeen different states.

Amy serves as a director of Home Properties, Inc., (NYSE: HME), where she chairs their Real Estate Investment Committee.  She retired from her full-time position at HME in 2001 in order to spend more time with family.  In 2009, she joined the board of IEC Electronics (AMEX: IEC) where she serves on their audit committee.

Amy also serves on the boards of a number of regional and community organizations -- currently including the M&T Bank Regional Advisory Board, the United Way of Greater Rochester, the Simon School Executive Advisory Committee, and the Allendale Columbia School.

Amy holds a BSE in Civil Engineering from Princeton University (cum laude) and an MBA from the Simon School (through its Executive Development Program.)  She and her husband, Bob, have two children, Alex and Margaret, ages 19 and 18.  They live in Rochester, New York, and have homes on Canandaigua Lake and on Bruny Island in Tasmania, Australia.


This event is co-sponsored by the Anthony Center for Women's Leadership, the Polisseni Agency & the Wegmans LPGA.