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Rachel Roginsky ‘79

Rachel Roginsky ‘79, Principal of Pinnacle Advisory Group, shares with us what it means to her to be a Hotelie for Life®.

“Hotelie for Life means that I am a part of an extensive “family” network! My key reasons for taking such immense pride center on opportunity and camaraderie. Opportunity both personally and professionally, as well as the opportunities I have created for my employees. The individuals I have hired over the past 28 years are part of what makes my firm so successful. The lasting friendships industry-wide and vast resources we extend to one another as well as our connectedness, are part of what defines our excellence. The mentorship each graduate offers to the next generations of Hotelies speaks to the regard we have for SHA and our common ground. I am proud to say that I am a graduate!”

Rachel is pictured here flying in Zimbabwe, and with her daughter Rose (left) and her childhood friend Beth (center) hiking during the same recent trip to Africa.Rachel is pictured here flying in Zimbabwe, and with her daughter Rose (left) and her childhood friend Beth (center) hiking during the same recent trip to Africa.

Rachel Roginsky ‘79

 

Sebastian Colella ‘05

Sebastian Colella ‘05, Vice President of Pinnacle Advisory Group, shares with us what it means to him to be a Hotelie for Life.

“It is the close-knit community of alumni, students, friends, family, and professors that allow us to all remain Hotelies for Life. The Hotel School’s unique social nature helped me to foster life long friendships as an undergrad and the Cornell Hotel Society has enabled me to continue meeting like-minded professionals while living in DC, NYC, and now Boston. The school offers a set of tools that can be used in all walks of life and in any profession, primarily how best to serve others (and how to enjoy doing it!).”

Sebastian Colella ‘05 and family.