Ferrucci named to Hartford Business Journal’s 2023 Power Players List
New York, NY – March 6, 2023 – CohnReznick LLP, one of the leading advisory, assurance, and tax firms in the United States, today announced that Melissa Ferrucci, Office Managing Partner, Connecticut offices, has been named to the Hartford Business Journal’s 2023 Power Players list. The 50-person list recognizes people in many different industries across Greater Hartford who are not only top leaders within their organizations, but also in the broader business community. The publication’s news team determined inclusion on the list with an emphasis on diversity in people and industries.
Elected to CohnReznick’s partnership in 2020, Ferrucci’s exceptional client service and leadership capabilities were recognized through her elevation last year to Office Managing Partner – Connecticut offices. In addition to leading CohnReznick’ offices in Hartford and Stamford, Ferrucci serves clients in commercial real estate and affordable housing and provides auditing services and guidance on critical industry issues to a range of stakeholders. She has also worked closely with various governments and quasi-governmental agencies. In the community, Ferrucci dedicates her time to serving on the board of directors for two industry associations Real Estate Finance Association, Hartford Chapter, and the Construction Institute as Treasurer. In addition, Ferrucci serves on the planning committee for Building Foundations; THE Commercial Real Estate and Building Industry Breakfast in partnership with the United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut. In 2023, Ferrucci joined United Way’s Women of Tocqueville membership. She also served on the board of directors as Treasurer and President of CREW CT – The Real Estate Exchange in 2020.
“I am thrilled to receive this amazing recognition from the Hartford Business Journal,” said Ferrucci. “Providing services that can help Connecticut businesses grow and become leaders in their industries is truly rewarding, as is serving the community through volunteerism. Thank you to the Hartford Business Journal for this recognition and congratulations to all the other Greater Hartford leaders who made the list this year.”