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  • What’s Hot in Economic Development in Westchester

    Business leaders in Westchester set plans in motion for a strong reemergence, showing confidence in the area’s resilience amid the pandemic.
  • Retail Goes Experiential With VR, Influencers, and More

    Is it too late for brick-and-mortar, or can adaptive thinking deliver a retail experience that will ultimately draw people out of their homes?
  • Jayna Tartaglia, 25

    Learning & Development Associate Westmed Medical Group As an aspiring graphic designer, Jayna Tartaglia always imagined herself working at a magazine. But after the Rye Brook native graduated from Connecticut’s Sacred Heart University in 2016 and won a job as a training coordinator at Westmed Medical Group, she found she enjoyed the world of healthcare, […]
  • Erin Cordiner, 29

    Director of Volunteer Programs Westchester Parks Foundation Pivoting into a career that tapped into her passion for the environment is paying off for Erin Cordiner — and for the county’s parks. Cordiner, now director of volunteer programs, joined the staff at the Westchester Parks Foundation in 2018. The year before her involvement, volunteers were contributing […]
  • Joseph Sgammato, 27

    Deputy Director of Communications Office of Westchester County Executive George Latimer Joseph Sgammato got a crash course in working with national media when the coronavirus erupted locally, with Westchester an early epicenter. Sgammato — the deputy director of communications for the Office of Westchester County Executive George Latimer — was behind the scenes when his […]
  • What’s It Like to Be a Minority Business Owner in Westchester?

    Despite challenges – and a shortage in numbers – Westchester's minority business owners see a path to a bright future.
  • The Yonkers Firm Doing IT Right

    During its quarter-century in business, Yonkers-based Progressive Computing has used its IT chops and adaptability to thrive in modern times.
  • Irene Amato

    Founder & CEO, A.S.A.P. Mortgage
  • Marcie Manfredonia Siciliano

    When it comes to entrepreneurship, Marcie Manfredonia Siciliano seems to have the Midas touch. Back when Marcie was a newly divorced single mother of four boys ages 3 to 15, she needed to find a way to make a living from her home in the Bronx. (“I was on the verge of going on welfare,” […]
  • Vilma E. Bordonaro, M.B.A.

    When you meet Vilma Bordonaro, chances are she’ll have a smile on her face. “I smile all the time because I love what I do,” she says. “I don’t have very many bad days; I laugh it off and move on.” Being chief of staff at New York Medical College gives her plenty of reasons […]