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Stan Collesano

Chief Operating Officer


Stan oversees all aspects of the daily operations at RESOURCE —from preparing and managing budgets to leading all aspects of broker training. Stan has the unique ability of helping people and businesses grow to reach their full potential. He works with the RESOURCE leadership to develop and promote the company vision. He believes in constantly learning and growing both personally and professionally —helping him take complex issues and simplify them so a business can prosper.


Before joining the RESOURCE team, Stan served as President of PBS Enterprises, Inc. and SL Consulting, Inc. Stan was also a managing partner of his law firm, where he was a practicing attorney for 15 years with numerous victories including winning a $25M lawsuit for a major american automotive company. In his past work experience, learning how to manage people has been very valuable to him. He has extensive experience in understanding businesses, their industries, seeing trends and using that information to help a business grow. Stan has a Juris Doctorate from Thomas M. Cooley/Western Michigan School of Law and his Bachelor’s of Science in Accounting from Canisius College in Buffalo, NY.


Stan has been coaching track and field for 25 years. He started the Fishers Fire—a youth track and field for the youth of Hamilton County school district. He is the founding member of the Indiana Youth Track Association. They put on 4 track meets a year with attendance of over 600 kids from all over Indiana and the neighboring states. Although Stan may be from Buffalo, New York, he’s a huge fan of Indianapolis—there’s something to do for everyone and it’s a great place to raise a family. He loves spending time with his children, his fiance, enjoying the outdoors and going out for a run everyday. In his free time, Stan loves to read. Some of his favorites include The Elite Mind, The Iron War, The Flash Boys, and The Purple Cow. He’s currently reading The 15:17 to Paris, a book about the passengers that stopped the terrorist attack in France.