These women create a legacy of leadership, guiding their businesses and nonprofits forward through good and challenging times.
After COVID, there’s no place like home sweet home for these Westchester business owners, all of whom launched home-based companies.
In a post-COVID landscape, cafés and eateries wear multiple hats as a place to hang, home-goods store, bakery, or even an ice cream shop.
Private equity CEO Scott Johnson has logged thousands of miles with his private plane, helping 9/11 vets and critically ill children along the way.
Krasdale Foods president Gus Lebiak has lots of irons in the fire — including one that involves a radical reduction of the company’s carbon footprint.
Across four generations and a century of service, local home-improvement chain Wallauer keeps adapting to the times in Westchester.
Despite the lingering effects of COVID-19, the local nonprofit community is focused on a future of helping others and enriching the region.
These higher education leaders gave it their all while guiding not only students but also staffs and faculties through unprecedented change.
Stride back into the office both warm and eminently stylish in these cozy-yet-chic knits that are perfect for the workplace.
According to entrepreneur and Westchester native Arden Franklyn, the county’s hip-hop culture is alive and beyond well.