Rose Group INT'LBoard of Advisors
Our Board of Advisors provide insight, connections, and advice that is critical to our development. .
George B. Brunt
George Brunt has over 40 years of business and legal experience advising both large and small companies. After representing Alcatel, Citicorp, International Telephone and Telegraph (ITT) in the General Counsel position and serving as Of Counsel to Greenberg Traurig, a leading international law firm, he founded Business Legal Management LLC.
Mr. Brunt built the multimillion-dollar companies of Controldocs.com (now known as iControl ESI) and PBW Holdings Inc., and owns several Paul Mitchell Schools.
Tricia Benn is an Executive of C-Suite Network and General Manager of The Hero Club.
Benn has access, influence, and insight in business development across multiple sectors and industries from startup through to successful enterprise growth and/or successful exits. She has more than two decades of experience with market research, global marketing, insights, and strategy in three enterprise-sized organizations. She is a speaker and industry leader across North America.
Benn served as the Global Marketing & Strategy Officer and US Managing Director with MDC Partners. She was the youngest VP at Ipsos Reid. In her time at Rogers Communications, she sat on two executive boards on companies owned by Rogers, while established and leading Rogers Connect Market Research, the only strategic insights group of its kind in North America.
She served on the national board of directors (including executive positions) for the National Market Research and Intelligence Association for 8 years.
Carol Greco is President/COO of Greco Associates and Founder/CEO of WeCare4 ™ to be launched 4Q2018. She is a senior level business professional previously with AT&T and ITT with expertise in strategic planning, business development, competitive assessment, M&A, marketing/sales management, as well as executive search and organizational design. As a leader in childcare and eldercare, Carol launched an innovative placement/consulting company, Family Care Necessities; published a book, Oh No! We Need a Nanny! and was selected as a childcare industry expert for the “Oprah” Winfrey show. She graduated from NYU with an MBA with honors and from Iona College with a BA in Economics as valedictorian.
Alyson Blewett is a dynamic, results-driven leader with over 25 years of experience in the commercial real estate industry. She is a strategic thinker and uniquely skilled at creating order from chaotic environments and processes. Recognized for her strength in team building, multi-tasking and collaborations, Alyson creates and fosters productive and long-term, working relationships within the corporate community and supporting markets.
As the Director of Business Transition & Move Management at CBRE Group, Inc., Alyson focuses predominately on managing commercial moves for major corporations and agencies. Over the last 25 years, she has directed the consolidation, relocation, and management of office services operations for large corporations, institutions, and Fortune 500 Companies in the New York Tri-State area and across the country.
Alyson is actively involved in the New York Chapter of CoreNet Global, a strong supporter of St. Francis Food Pantries & Shelters, and is passionately involved with Fred’s Team of Memorial Sloan Kettering.
Robert Steele has dedicated his career to learning the art and science of sales. More importantly, he has put that knowledge to work. As a founder of four companies, Robert understands that the CEO must be the best salesperson for the company. His experience of raising capital for start-ups, turning around entire organizations sales processes and managing a publicly traded company has given Robert an ability to have empathy while being a consummate driver of the business. Robert understands the value of teamwork, building relationships, mentoring colleagues and driving value throughout the organization. Having closed in excess of $500,000,000 in Total Contract Value, Robert has been called relentless by his colleagues. In 1978, as a free agent for the World Champion Dallas Cowboys, Robert was the only free agent out of eighty hopefuls to make the 1978 football team that played in Superbowl XIII. Robert loves challenges and meets those challenges head on.