(Kingston, NY) Ulster Savings Bank’s President and CEO Bill Calderara has recently joined the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corp. (HVEDC) Board of Directors. William “Bill” Calderara is an accomplished bank executive with over 30 years of experience in leadership, strategic planning, business development, operations, risk management, finance, and lending.
The HVEDC is a resource for businesses relocating or expanding to the Hudson Valley. They work closely with business, academic, government, and community leaders to shape a brighter economic future by driving business innovation, attraction, and expansion throughout the region. Offering an array of services, the HVEDC helps businesses succeed.
"We are super excited to have Bill as part of our team. His banking and business expertise will be a valuable addition to our board and help businesses grow here in the Hudson Valley," said Mike Oates, President and CEO of Hudson Valley Economic Development Corporation.
Bill received his education at Fordham University and Iona College, graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration after double-majoring in accounting and computer science. Mr. Calderara has also been very involved in community and industry leadership serving on numerous Boards.
Mr. Calderara has received numerous awards and recognitions, most recently he was inducted into the SUNY New Paltz School of Business Hall of Fame as the 2019 Business Person of the Year and the National Eagle Scout Association’s Outstanding Eagle Scout Award recipient also in 2019, just to name a few. He and his wife, Patti, reside in Kingston and have three adult children and four grandkids.
About Ulster Savings Bank:
Headquartered in Kingston, New York, Ulster Savings Bank is a Mutual Savings Bank with assets of $1.3 billion. Ulster Savings Bank has 15 branches located in Kingston, Lake Katrine, Gardiner, Hyde Park, New Paltz, Newburgh, Phoenicia, Poughkeepsie, Red Hook, Saugerties, Stone Ridge, Wappingers Falls, and Woodstock. Additional mortgage lending offices are located in Orange, Dutchess, and Westchester counties