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Aaron Fregeau

Strategic. Personable. Proficient.



Current Employer & Job Title: North Country Chamber of Commerce, On-The-Job Training Coordinator

Age: 38 | Hometown: Plattsburgh | Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing & Entrepreneurship from SUNY Plattsburgh, Master’s Certificate in Financial Management & Investment Analysis from SUNY Empire


An unassuming, gently soul, Aaron took an astonishing leap leaving a solid 16-year career to explore a new path from a retail Director of Operations/Property Manager to a Training Coordinator. He uses his solid career experience to help employers find create ways to develop the talent in our region, helping employees gain the skills needed for growth. Aaron and his wife, Bailey, welcomed their son nine months ago – extending the lineage of the Rabideau-Fregeau family.


How does company culture impact you and what do you do to contribute to it?

Company culture plays a large role in anybody’s day-to-day experience in their workplace. It sets the tone for how we all interact and collaborate. In terms of contributing to company culture, I try to lead by example. My goal is to maintain a positive attitude, demonstrate empathy and show a willingness to learn from others.


What strategies do you use to approach the day?

Approach each day as an opportunity for learning. Be curious and open to new ideas, feedback and experiences that can help expand my skills.


Tell us about your community involvement.

I proudly volunteer with SCORE, a U.S. Small Business Administration resource partner and the nation’s largest network of volunteer expert business mentors. I use my past experiences to offer guidance and support to aspiring and established entrepreneurs alike. I have also taken on the role of the Northeast New York SCORE Chapter’s Marketing and Communications Chair organizing programs to increase outreach, engagement, and awareness within the area.


How can the North Country improve its Gen IQ? (Gen IQ defined as an ability to lead, market to or innovate with multi-generational workplaces and marketplaces)

We should be promoting a culture that values and respects individuals of all ages, encouraging them to share their unique perspectives, as we can often learn something new from people who’ve had experiences that differ from our own. We should also emphasize the importance of mutual respect, empathy and open-mindedness, with the goal of creating a positive and collaborative work environment.


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