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Marisa Iallonardo

  • Delaying Care: The Flip Side of COVID-19 in Westchester

    While Westchester focused on getting the coronavirus under control, those worried about contracting it sometimes put their own healthcare on hold.
  • Mary Ann Skewes Aguasvivas, 24

    Assistant Vice President & Branch Manager M&T Bank Mary Ann Skewes Aguasvivas has always been ahead of the game. She was just 16 when she entered Le Moyne College (“Ever since I could remember, I have been the youngest in my class. When you’re used to that, it doesn’t feel like a big thing,” she […]
  • Brittany Lee, 29

    R&D Specialist, Velocigene Regeneron “Since my first biology class in high school, I have been fascinated by human health and function,” says Brittany Lee. That fascination has taken her far: After majoring in biology and minoring in chemistry at SUNY Oneonta, she started working at Regeneron in 2014 and today is an R&D Specialist at […]
  • Kelsey Irene DiCarlo, 27

    Casualty Analyst USI Insurance Services Studying actuarial science at Bryant University paved the way into insurance for Kelsey Irene DiCarlo, who wanted to be in a STEM field. “There is always something new to learn in the insurance industry,” she says. And DiCarlo has taken that learning to heart: Not only has she done a […]
  • Robert McNamara, 29

    Director of Operations & Management GHP Office Realty, LLC Robert McNamara skipped his 2013 college graduation from the University at Albany to go right to work for GHP Office Realty, LLC, starting as a tenant-services coordinator. “I was opening the mail, doing data entry, answering the phones, things like that,” says the Putnam County native. […]
  • Fawad Piracha, Pharm.D., 28

    Senior Vice President, Clinical Affairs KabaFusion New Rochelle resident Fawad Piracha went directly from high school into a six-year doctor of pharmacy program at St. John’s University, receiving his Pharm.D. in 2016. And though he debated between medicine or pharmacy, the latter won out: “I always liked the fusion of business and healthcare,” he explains, […]
  • How Has High School Changed Over the Last 20 Years?

    The six areas in which public schools and education have changed the most.
  • Religion in Westchester: How Holy Are We?

    Religion may not be the driving force it once was, but many Westchesterites are still keeping the faith.
  • Your Guide to Boating in Westchester

    Here, we have the lowdown on all things boating in the county — from where to dock your boat to what to wear when you clear harbor for the open water.
  • Deals + Steals

    Get your fashion fix at a lower price.