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The Patch featured Lana Bailey-Tamaro in "Pace Names Lana Bailey-Tamaro to Board of Trustees"

12/04/2020

The Patch featured Lana Bailey-Tamaro in "Pace Names Lana Bailey-Tamaro to Board of Trustees"

Pace University's Board of Trustees announced the election of a new member, Lana Bailey-Tamaro '06 (Dyson College of Arts and Sciences), a distinguished alumna and business leader.

"Lana Bailey-Tamaro exemplifies the drive to succeed we prize in our graduates," said Mark Besca, chair of Pace's Board of Trustees. "She has had a varied and accomplished career as a police officer, a mental health counselor, and now a business leader. We welcome her broad range of experience to our board, and we're excited about the compelling role model she will be for future generations of Pace students."

Lana Bailey-Tamaro is the CEO and owner of CASO Document Management, a national document scanning and document services automation company with offices in New York, Texas and Pennsylvania. As CEO, she oversees business operations, partnerships, investments, joint ventures and the overall growth of the company. Prior to CASO, Bailey-Tamaro worked as a police officer in the New York Police Department's Detective Bureau in the Forensic Investigative Division. She has also been a mental health counselor and has expertise in organizational psychology.

Bailey-Tamaro said, "Pace University, and specifically the psychology department, has given me so much, so I'm thrilled to have the opportunity to give back. As a person of color and a female CEO, I know that we all benefit if everyone has the opportunity to get the practical skills they need to succeed. I have worn many hats in my life. I have worked as a police officer, a mental health professional, and now a businesswoman, so I look forward to providing my unique perspective to the Board of Trustees. Pace provides important opportunities to their amazing students, changing their future and their lives."

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