KeyBank Honors Syracuse–area Business Owner at Annual Key4Women Awards
Posted on November 22, 2023
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — KeyBank has honored a town of Salina business owner as its 2023 Key4Women Achieve Award winner.
KeyBank’s Key4Women Syracuse chapter recognized Susan Crossett during its annual awards breakfast held Oct. 19 at Bellevue Country Club, per KeyBank’s Nov. 15 announcement.
Crossett, president and CEO of CPS Recruitment, also served as the keynote speaker. In her remarks, Crossett shared stories from her career journey as an entrepreneur, board director, corporate executive, advocate, change-management strategist and high-performance motivator, KeyBank said.
CPS Recruitment, a certified women-owned business, operates at 904 7th North St. in the town of Salina.
The Key4Women Achieve Award honors and recognizes the accomplishments of women business leaders and their contributions to the Central New York community.
The award is open to clients of KeyBank and is given annually to a female leader in the region who has achieved a high level of success in her profession, is a community leader, and is a supporter of other women in Central New York.
In addition to the award, KeyBank also made a $2,500 donation in Crossett’s honor to CenterState CEO’s Race for Equity program.
As described on the KeyBank website, “through advocacy, connections and empowerment, Key4Women supports the financial progress and empowerment of businesswomen … helping women meet their financial and business goals since 2005.”