All Access Healthcare Series
2nd Annual Real Estate Summit
Spring Networking Reception
Fall Leadership Dinner
For some inexplicable reason, there’s been a bias against women in the STEM fields, which has manifested itself in fewer opportunities, salaries, prizes, and recognition for women scientists. With Westchester emerging as a significant biotech and health tech hub, the Westchester County Association (WCA) wants to reverse that trend. Last year, the WCA, Westchester’s leading business organization, inaugurated the Women in Tech Awards Luncheon to honor pioneering women scientists who work here.
About the event:
Program includes networking, a panel discussion with local and national experts and VIP tickets to a Westchester Knicks Game!
5:00 PM Panel, 7:00 PM Game
Joel Fisher, Executive
Vice President, Sports Properties, Madison Square Garden
Mr. Fisher's tenure at Madison Square Garden has spanned over three decades touching many of the company's core business assets. Today, Fisher continues to oversee the final stages of the Transformation and all Madison Square Garden Real Estate projects as well as overseeing the day-to-day operations of MSG Sports Properties.
Tom Laidlaw, Former
Ranger and Owner, Laidlaw Sports Management
Mr. Laidlaw has been a leading agent for both National Hockey League and Europe-based players for two decades. His Laidlaw Sports Management business in located in Rye, N.Y. and offers players a full service program, including contract negotiation, likeness marketing, and career counseling. Before entering the business world, Laidlaw was a NHL defenseman for 10 seasons with the New York Rangers and Los Angeles Kings from 1980-81 to 1989-90.
Torromeo, Director, Sport
Business Management Program at Manhattanville College and former Vice
President, National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame
Mr. Torromeo has worked in nearly every capacity of the sports world, from a minor league team, to a D-I athletic program and the Football Foundation. He is also a consultant to the sports industry and the founder of Future Sports Business Executives.
Gene Westmoreland, Assistant
Executive Director/Tournament Director, Metro Golf Association
Mr. Westmoreland began his career with the MGA in 1978 assisting the field team with championships on a part-time basis. In addition to his duties at the MGA, Westmoreland is a rules of golf columnist for The Met Golfer and Suburban Golfer.
Leif Skodnick, Sports
Planning Editor, The Journal News (MODERATOR)
Mr. Skodnick oversee story production for online and print editions, manage the production staff, and use news judgement to determine the placement of content in print and online for maximum exposure. He. Manages an eight-person sports staff covering local issues in sports, high school sports over a three-county area, as well as the New York Yankees and New York Rangers.
If the companies founded by MIT graduates formed an independent nation, their revenues would propel that nation to the 17th-largest economy in the world, according to a Kauffman Foundation study. But MIT alumni, drawn from all over the world, remain heavily in Massachusetts, where they provide significant economic benefit to their local and regional economies. Could bringing an engineering school to Westchester have similar positive results?
Join us for our third quarter networking event with over 200 members of the regional business community, non profit leaders, and government officials. Enjoy delicious food from renowned caterer, Caperberry Events, while roaming around C.V. Mansion, a turn-of-the-century Victorian home with beautiful outdoor gardens.
Event Sponsor: People's United Bank and Caperberry Events
Member: $65 Future Member: $90