Retirement of Steve Koller

Steve Koller

Steve Koller

Stephen J. Koller has retired from an illustrious 12-year career with NESC. Steve held the position of Senior Vice President for Government, Education and Religion Sectors as well as an active member in several aspects of the management of the organization. 

“Steve has been a key member of NESC’s leadership team, heading up several sectors of our activities including Government, Education, and Religion.  He has also been responsible for the coordination of our consultant resources,” said CEO Marv Berenblum.  “Steve is a truly uncommon executive who leads by a commitment to excellence.  He has set a very high standard for the quality of work that he performs, and has inspired his consulting teams to provide outstanding consulting and business advisory support to our clients.”

Before NESC, Steve was Director of the New York State Department of Economic Development. He had occupied senior positions in the U.S. and internationally for GlaxoSmithKlein and Sterling Drug. Additionally, Steve had been a consultant to the life sciences industry.

NESC President Jane Greenman hosted a retirement party for Steve prior to his departure.  See gallery below.

Steve and his wife Catherine will start their next chapter in the state of Washington. He will be greatly missed and we wish him the best of luck in future endeavors!

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