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As Westchester’s health tech and biotech hub continues to grow, the Westchester County Association is turning its focus on making sure it has the educated workforce high tech, scientific industries require. To that end, Marissa Brett, president of the Westchester County Association, announced today that the WCA has begun a feasibility study to determine the viability of attracting an engineering school to the County.
Mayor Mike Spano announced this week that preliminary data released by the state points to a renaissance in Yonkers. The report from the New York State Department of Labor shows the city's unemployment rate dropped nearly 2%...
The EF International Academy, a for-profit Swiss school, is the new owner of the Thornwood Conference Center, where it will welcome 800 new U.S. and international students next fall. The private, international boarding school, which will continue to operate its facility on the former Marymount College campus in Tarrytown, also will be hiring up to 100 new employees. Marissa Brett, president of the Westchester County Association, calls the repurposing of the conference center great news for Westchester.
William P. Harrington, Chairman of the Westchester County Association (WCA), announced today that Marissa Brett has been named President of the Westchester County Association, effective June 1, 2014. For the past three years, Ms. Brett served as executive director of the WCA and director of the BLUEPRINT for Westchester, the WCA’s dynamic economic development initiative to drive innovation and attract and retain business in Westchester County and the region. William Mooney, Jr., will remain as CEO of the WCA.
The RPW Group, one of region’s largest commercial real estate developers and a key investor in the Westchester County Association’s BLUEPRINT Accelerator Network, has big plans for building out its property at 440 Mamaroneck Avenue in Harrison. After purchasing the vacant former Citibank building, RPW leased half of the space; now, the Rye Brook-based company will invest $15 million in upgrading the building’s infrastructure, preparing another 176,000 feet of space for commercial occupancy, according to a report posted by The Journal News.