Resume - Ron Rossetti - Email Ron

Ronald G. Rossetti  graduated in 1973, cum laud,  from Suffolk University  with a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration and is a lifetime member of Phi Alpha Tau Fraternity. Graduate studies earned him an MBA from Westbrook University. He served in the US Army as a drill sergeant, the Vietnam campaign. Drawing on 40 years of business acumen, he volunteers as a counselor for SCORE (Service Corps of Retired Executives), a National Organization and Division of the Small Business Administration committed to impart his experience advising small business people in the local community. He is a member of Toastmasters International, a non-profit educational organization with a purpose of promoting communication, public speaking and leadership skills.  He sat on the national board of directors for DBSA (Depression Bipolar Support Alliance), on the nominating committee and was a member at large on the executive committee of the national board.  He is co-founder of the DBSA (Depression Bipolar Support Alliance) support group serving the greater Hampstead, NH area and past President of the NH - DBSA state organization. He has published many articles on bipolar illness and other mental illnesses.  In addition, he served on the educational committee of NAMI (National Alliance for Mental Illness) in NH.

Rossetti is the founder and former CEO of Northeast Seminars ( ), the leader in entrepreneurial continuing education throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe.  By the mid 1980's, Ron developed Northeast Seminars into a multi-million dollar company, training practitioners in emerging techniques and technologies through seminars and via the Internet.  Additionally, he is past CEO of Three Brothers Enterprises, a manufacturer and distributor of medical dental equipment.
Rossetti is focusing his efforts as founder and CEO of The International Alliance for Mental Health (IAMH), determined to make a difference for those who share his diagnosis of bipolar disorder and for those whose lives are touched by other mental illnesses.