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David Levine

  • Why COVID-19 Has Forever Changed Westchester’s Hotel Industry

    Hotels in Westchester County are still in a brutal battle with COVID-19-related losses but hope to hang on for a strong recovery.
  • African American History: A Past Rooted in the Hudson Valley

    Since the days of Henry Hudson, the African presence in our area has been significant, but some aspects not widely recognized.
  • Real Estate Update: Westchester’s Commercial Market on Its New Normal

    Has the COVID-19 pandemic decimated the Westchester commercial real estate market? Or has it launched a substantial boom?
  • Here’s What’s New in Westchester Higher Education

    We check in with eight of the county’s top colleges and universities to see how they are handling the COVID-19 outbreak and what’s driving their long-term goals.
  • Why the Westchester Arts & Culture Industry Is Critical to Our Economy

    Arts and culture are irreplaceable components of the economic well-being of Westchester County.
  • Bill Mooney Reflects on His Tenure as President and CEO of the Westchester County Association

    Photos by Lynda Shenkman Bill Mooney retires as President and CEO of the Westchester County Association (WCA) with a wealth of accomplishments over his 15 year tenure leading the WCA. He established a Blue-Ribbon Task Force on Healthcare Reform, a landmark regional coalition of business leaders and healthcare providers that worked to correct market imbalances […]
  • “Alternative” Medicine Goes Mainstream in Westchester

    In the ever-changing healthcare industry, patient desires for integrated services, like acupuncture, yoga, reiki — and even music and pet therapy — have shaken up traditional medicine.
  • Leslie Gordon

    In her three years as president and CEO of Feeding Westchester, Leslie Gordon has learned that “you have to be prepared to shift at a moment’s notice.” That means her focus can quickly move from operations management to relationship building, or from strategic development to fundraising. “My day could include all of that,” she says. […]
  • Sarah Jones-Maturo

    After Bob Friedland sold his Harrison-based real estate company to another firm, Sarah Jones-Maturo, at the time a successful commercial broker with global real estate firm CBRE, came on board to lead RM Friedland. “She immediately outshined her predecessors by evaluating the company and hiring the right people for administration,” says associate broker and current […]
  • Ellen Rothschild

    Ellen Rothschild cofounded Digiscribe, an Elmsford-based company that provides digital solutions to businesses, in 2001 with two partners — one of them her husband. The company, which helps offices achieve “paperless” status, offering document scanning, document managing, and workflow automation, now comprises 75 employees at two locations, in Elmsford and just outside of Boston. As […]