Posted by: danielrashke | February 3, 2016

TASC Staff Recognized

Executive of the Year LogoNothing makes me prouder than to see my staff receive the recognition they so justly deserve. So naturally I’m pleased that two on our TASC team were recently honored by In Business Magazine, based in Madison, Wisconsin.

Named by In Business as Dane County’s 2016 CFO of the Year is TASC’s Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Steve Cable. With more than 30 years of public accounting and manufacturing experience, Steve’s impressive career boasts a strong history of business growth and accomplishments in cross-functional team building, cost savings, acquisitions, and business results. By stepping in last year as interim Chief Operating Officer (COO), Steve cemented his presence as essential to our Executive Management Team. Steve’s financial leadership, experience, and focus are integral to TASC and to our ongoing commitment to organic and external growth.

Named to the In Business “40 under 40” class of 2016 is Jim Yinko. As a TASC 40 Under 40 logoMicrobusiness Regional Sales Director (RSD), Jim works tirelessly to help the sole proprietors and self-employed afford valuable healthcare for their families. For more than eight years Jim has consistently ranked as one of our highest producing RSDs. Not bad for an individual who isn’t even 40 years old yet.

Of course, Steve and Jim are only two of many amazing and gifted members of the TASC team. Like them, Pam Reynolds, our Chief Development Officer, and Andy Bartel, Executive Vice President of Group Sales, are active on committees and church councils. Steve also serves as Chairman of the Board at Care Wisconsin.

And the list goes on… Our Microbusiness President Matthew Ziemke is a member of the American Heart Association’s Executive Leadership Team. Our Executive Vice President of Business Development, Christian Rosenstock is an Advisor for the Business School at Madison College, an ADI Committee Member for the Madison Children’s Museum, and has started his own charity, Gunning for Hope, to raise money for cancer research.

Those I’ve mentioned here represent just a small fraction of TASC individuals who work selflessly, giving their time, mind, and resources to support a variety of organizations all across the United States.  I am inspired by—and consider myself very lucky indeed to work alongside—these individuals at TASC. Our environment of team work is integral to our philosophy of working together for the greater good. Of course the need is never-ending, as are the rewards.


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