Stacy Lake, corporate communications manager at national architecture, engineering and planning firm Bergmann, is the recipient of the 2020 Outstanding Alumni Volunteer Award from the Saunders College of Business at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Lake has served for seven years on the Saunders College Dean’s Council and Advisory Board (D*CAB) (formerly the Alumni Advisory Board), serving on the Executive Committee since 2017. She assists with many board-related initiatives, including faculty-student networking in the Rochester business community, student mentoring, fundraising activities, business competition judging and student recruitment events.
Lake joined Bergmann in 2019. Based in the firm’s Rochester, New York headquarters, she oversees external corporate marketing and internal communications across all regions and disciplines.
“Service is one of our firm’s core values, so we appreciate and applaud Stacy’s volunteerism in service to her alma mater,” said Pietro V. Giovenco, PE, Bergmann president and CEO. “We congratulate Stacy on this well-deserved recognition and thank her for furthering Bergmann’s commitment to our communities.”
The Outstanding Alumni Volunteer Award is presented to an alumnus/alumna in recognition of steadfast commitment to Saunders College of Business's mission and vision. The honoree has had a continuous impact on the College's students, alumni, faculty, staff and the RIT community. The award is voted on by members of the Saunders College Advisory Council.
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For four decades, Bergmann architects, engineers and planners have been delivering results to clients across the United States and Canada. This team of more than 450 professionals spans the Northeast, Midwest and Atlantic regions. Bergmann develops connections with partners and communities to create dynamic, creative solutions that will stand the test of time, while promoting environmental and functional sustainability. Projects in the Bergmann portfolio range from signature buildings and commercial developments to critical transportation infrastructure and community planning.