Panel discussion offers ‘Lessons from Jewish Business Leaders’

 

American Traffic Solutions Executive Vice President Adam Draizin, Parchment CEO Matthew Pittinsky, Goodmans Interior Structures CEO and Event Moderator Adam Goodman and Nextiva CEO Tomas Gorny served on the panel. (Photo credit: danielspiegelmanphotography.com/Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix)

American Traffic Solutions Executive Vice President Adam Draizin, Parchment CEO Matthew Pittinsky, Goodmans Interior Structures CEO and Event Moderator Adam Goodman and Nextiva CEO Tomas Gorny served on the panel. (Photo credit: danielspiegelmanphotography.com/Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix)

Nearly 100 Jewish professionals attended the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix Business & Professionals Corner Office: “Lessons from Jewish Business Leaders” event on April 5.

Sponsor Perkins Coie provided a venue at the Phoenix Plaza Conference Center for guests to network and learn from top local executives in the technology industry.

Adam Goodman, CEO of Goodmans Interior Structures, guided the panel discussion in which the Jewish business leaders Adam Draizin, executive vice president of American Traffic Solutions; Matthew Pittinsky, CEO of Parchment; and Tomas Gorny, CEO of Nextiva, shared their secrets to success.

Adam Draizin; Stuart Wachs, CEO of Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix; Adam Goodman; Matthew Pittinsky; Eliot Kaplan, Business & Professionals chair; and Tomas Gorny. (Photo credit: danielspiegelmanphotography.com/Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix)

Adam Draizin; Stuart Wachs, CEO of Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix; Adam Goodman; Matthew Pittinsky; Eliot Kaplan, Business & Professionals chair; and Tomas Gorny. (Photo credit: danielspiegelmanphotography.com/Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix)

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