“Having worked with Sydney on many projects in the past, I have a huge respect and appreciation for her business acumen, energy, and commitment to everything she does. Adding someone of her caliber enhances the existing team in building long-term partnerships with like-minded investors,” said Alex Rozek, Co-Chairman & Co-CEO of Boston Omaha Corporation.
Sydney arrives at Boston Omaha Asset Management after an accomplished career in the finance industry. She recently served as Lead Director of Yellowstone Acquisition Company (NASDAQ:YSAC); a SPAC sponsored by Boston Omaha Corporation that completed a merger with Sky Harbour Group (NYSE: SKYH). Previously, Sydney was the Head of Private Wealth Management at Ellevest, worked in the Investment Management Division of Goldman Sachs & Co., and was the Founder and CEO of Synergy Inc. (successfully acquired in 2013).
Sydney received her B.A. degree from Middlebury College, where she studied Neuroscience and Studio Art, and won two NCAA Women’s Lacrosse National Championships. Sydney received her M.B.A. from the Alfred B. Sloan School of Business at MIT. Sydney is an active board member of UAspire and SheGives. She and her wife Caroline, co-own The Mountain Inn and The Killington Distillery, in Killington, Vermont. Sydney is the Co-President of F.J. Dion Yacht Yard in Salem, Massachusetts, and current CEO of Mac Mountain and Vermont Covered, a public-private partnership building access to rural broadband.
About Boston Omaha Asset Management
Boston Omaha Asset Management seeks to create long-term investment returns while limiting the risk of capital and purchasing power loss. The firm uses an opportunistic approach to build partner wealth via long-life, physical assets that can operate in a low-cost manner and/or can be financed in an advantaged way. Boston Omaha Asset Management is a subsidiary of Boston Omaha Corporation (NYSE:BOC), a public holding company with subsidiaries in four verticals: Broadband, Billboards, Bonds, and Asset Management. To learn more, please visit www.bostonomahaam.com.
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