Former CEO, CVC
When one thinks of an entrepreneur, the person that usually comes to mind is someone who founds a company, but one doesn’t necessarily have to start a company to be an entrepreneur.
Jessica’s guest, Christine Whitman, is an unconvenetional entrepreneur who bought a distressed company and turned it around. She is the former CEO and President of CVC, a Rochester based company that supplies processing equipment to the semi-conductor industry. Christine speaks with Jessica about her shift from employee of a $10 Million company to owner of a $100 Million tour de force.