Syracuse Associate Will Wolfe is ready to defend his title as fastest driver at the Race for Equity in Syracuse, hosted by CenterState CEO’s Racial Equity & Social Impact (RESI) team. CenterState CEO spearheads economic development in Onondaga County and was instrumental in helping the region secure commitments from Micron Technologies.
The Race for Equity involves celebrity drivers taking a spin in high-performance cars around Pineview Run and Country Club, a privately operated two-mile road race course in the Syracuse area. Will participated last year, buoyed by donations from Harris Beach attorneys and staff across the state. Will traversed the course faster than any other celebrity driver.
This year, he has some intra-firm competition. Also driving in the Race for Equity is Susan Crossett, a consultant in the Syracuse office who advises clients of our Energy Industry Team.
The purpose of the event is raise money to support critical diversity, equity and inclusion services provided by RESI team, including helping nonprofits with limited budgets offer DEI training and services within their organizations. Big or small, any contribution fuels this important initiative within our community.
Click to donate to Will and Susan by visiting the CenterState CEO Race for Equity page. The event is scheduled for 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 16. Pineview Run is located at 2250 Case Hill Road in Lafayette.