Larson Statement on Ginsberg’s Announced Retirement from CCAT
Hartford, CT – Rep. John B. Larson (CT-01) released the following statement after it was announced that Elliot Ginsberg, CEO of the Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology (CCAT) will be retiring effective November 1st and that Ron Angelo will be taking over as the new CEO:
“Elliot Ginsberg has brought Connecticut manufacturing back to the forefront through the creation of CCAT and his work. Through CCAT, Elliot has transformed the manufacturing ecosystem in the Hartford region and Connecticut and has helped countless small businesses get their start. Elliot was a pioneer in his efforts and his vision for CCAT is something that other states should model. Elliot has truly transformed Connecticut’s manufacturing for the better and I thank him for his service.
“I know his successor, Ron Angelo will continue in Elliot’s efforts. His leadership and work at Great River Advisors and as Deputy Commissioner Department of Economic Development (DECD) were outstanding. I know he will take his experience and continue to make CCAT a leader in manufacturing. I look forward to working with him to continue to support CCAT.”