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WIFI Lunch & Learn, The Way Forward: Making your Success a Priority

June 20, 2019 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Erica Norton
(781) 736-1512

The Way Forward: Making Your Success a Priority

Cassie Rosenthal

Join Cassie Rosenthal, SVP of Rosenthal & Rosenthal as she shares her insights and experiences on identifying and harnessing your best skill sets to help you create your own success in your role, your company, and your future.  Interested in starting your own business, or already on an entrepreneurial path?  Cassie will also offer her valuable expertise on what you need to know, and what to avoid, to build a successful business!


Cassie Rosenthal brings diverse experience and a wealth of expertise to Rosenthal & Rosenthal, Inc. She has dual responsibilities at the firm, managing both business development strategy and sales & marketing efforts. Cassie is highly skilled at sourcing and developing new relationships with management and senior-level executives at a wide range of companies. In addition to her business development responsibilities, she has also been instrumental in creating an integrated marketing strategy for the company, as well as revamping their website and developing their mobile app.

Prior to joining her family’s business in 2012, Cassie co-owned and operated two art galleries (Goff + Rosenthal) for nearly a decade, one in New York and one in Berlin. She is on the board of Let’s Get Ready, a nonprofit supporting first generation college-bound men and women and low-income high school students through the college-going process. Cassie serves as President of the Board of Directors for Women Helping Other Women (WHOW), a charitable professional networking group that helps women and children in need. Cassie is also a Co-Founder of BABE, a new networking community for women executives, business owners and entrepreneurs.

She is also on the board of the New York Institute of Credit (NYIC) and was the inaugural recipient of the NYIC’s Women’s Division Renaissance Award.

Cassie has been featured in The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times and has appeared on BBC Radio and CNBC. She received a BA from Colgate University and a Masters in Art History from the Sotheby’s Institute in London.