Leonard Vignola




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founding partner and managing director


Leonard Vignola is a founding partner of Beacon Partners, which was established originally in 1976 to provide hands-on assistance to under performing companies. Mr. Vignola's early clients included Remington Shaver through assistance given to Mr. Victor Kiam, in its acquisition and subsequent turnaround.

His assignments with Beacon Partners have included numerous functional challenges. He has served as COO of an optical lens-forming equipment manufacturer; CFO of an environmental remediation corporation; and CEO of a computer peripheral company. He has led or participated in assignments ranging from Chapter 11 reorganizations and divestitures to startups of new ventures.

Previously, Mr. Vignola was founding partner and officer of Patricof & Co., and an officer of Marwit Capital (an SBIC). He was founder and president of a lottery ticket vending machine company, and is former director of internal operations analysis for PepsiCo and its operating companies. He started his career in the steel industry, where he was controller of the Cuyahoge Rod & Wire division of US Steel, director of planning for Crucible Steel, and senior consultant with Checchi and Company, an international consulting firm, where he undertook engagements involving the European steel industry.

Mr. Vignola is a graduate of Northwestern University and holds an MBA from Case Western Reserve. Len is founder of the Connecticut chapter of the Turnaround Management Association and of the Connecticut Venture Group and has served as past president of both organizations. He is also active in numerous other professional and civic activities.


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