Patricia A. Rado is a retired executive who served as president and chief operating officer of the American Stock Exchange. She was named to the position in October 2007, and was responsible for managing the operations and growth of Amex's businesses.
A 30-year veteran in the energy industry, Rado is the former vice president, controller and chief accounting officer of Public Service Enterprise Group, Inc. (PSEG), where she served until her retirement in January 2007.
A former independent governor of the Amex board of governors, she also served as chair of the Audit Committee and a member of both the Finance Committee and the Executive Committee. Most recently, she chaired an independent task force that reviewed technology issues at the Amex.
For eight years (1998-2006), Rado was a trustee of the board of the College of New Jersey. She is currently on the board of trustees of the Newark Museum Association and chairs its Human Resources Committee. She also is a founding member of Safe Haven of Greater Waterbury, a domestic violence and rape crisis agency, where she has served as a member of the Advisory Council for the Chamber of Commerce of the Princeton Area.
Rado received a B.S. in Accounting from Central Connecticut State College and an M.B.A. with a concentration in Computer Information Systems from the University of New Haven. She is a certified public accountant and a 1997 graduate of the Harvard Advanced Management Program.
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