Rachel Bankowitz

Client Delivery Program Manager

Rachel Bankowitz brings over 17 years of professional experience in project management to Infinite Management Solutions.  Bankowitz has authored over 150 reports for both public and private entities, including the FHWA, NRC, DoD, VA, DOT, DNR, Consumers Energy and Rickenbacker International Airport.  A few of her major accomplishments involve the survey, photography and reporting of over 1,200 buildings for the construction of the Gordie Howe Bridge from Detroit to Canada, the designation of 25 buildings to the Dayton Register of Historic Places, and the establishment of the Dayton Historic Landmark Plaque and Dayton City Beautiful programs.  Bankowitz has a bachelor’s degree in Travel & Tourism and a master’s degree in Historic Preservation.  In 2018 she was appointed by Governor Kasich to the Ohio Historic Site Preservation Advisory Board, of which she currently serves.  Bankowitz was named “Daytonian of the Week” on July 4, 2018.

In her spare time Bankowitz enjoys spending time with her family, exercising outdoors and being on the water.


“I highly recommend Infinite Management Solutions (IMS) to anyone or any company that is wanting to become more productive and efficient. They have changed my thought process on how to tackle projects in business development. My introduction to IMS was a couple of months ago during a training workshop. IMS’ facilitators were warm and welcoming and extremely knowledgeable. The facilitators led an intimate 3-day workshop on process improvement. IMS focused on current processes and offered guidance on improving the processes to make these more efficient for the company. After the workshop, I had a new perspective on how to be more productive, focused and how to prioritize projects in my current role. IMS was very professional and the recommendations that were made by IMS are being utilized daily.”

T. Rooney
N-ovation Technology Group

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