Frank Genovese – President, The Rothbury Corporation

Frank is the President and owner of The Rothbury Corporation, a Richmond, VA area investment company. Since 1980, Frank has been the Chairman, President, Chief Operating Officer, majority owner, and co-owner of nine corporations (four of which were turnaround successes) ranging in size from start-ups to a $200 million multi-national corporation with more than 2,000 employees.

Through The Rothbury Corporation, Frank has served as Chairman and co-owner of Power Distribution, Inc., Agri-Tech, Inc., Everyday Wireless, LLC, and Progressive Engineering, Inc. Frank also served as the President and co-owner of Sampson Coatings, Inc., AMF Union Machinery, Inc., and AMF Bowling, Inc., a worldwide manufacturer and marketer of automated bowling equipment and supplies, which was later sold for $1.2 billion. He is a current board member of Alloy Polymers and previously held board positions at CAM Fabrication Holdings, Cherokee Sanford Brick Company, and Colonial Mechanical Corporation.

Frank currently serves as an advisory board member of the Heart of Virginia Council Boy Scouts of America and previously served as a Trustee of the Darden School Foundation at the University of Virginia and Chairman of the Darden School Foundation’s Building and Finance Committee, Chairman of the Investment Committee of the Virginia Capital Foundation, and board member of the de Tocqueville Society. He is also a Visiting Lecturer at the Darden School of Business, teaching “Acquisition of Closely Held Enterprises.”

Frank received a Master of Business Administration degree from the Darden School of Business at the University of Virginia and a Bachelor of Science degree in Finance from the University of Connecticut. Frank also served in the United States Marine Corps.