The Westchester County Association announced today a “Call for Nominations” for Women in Tech Awards to honor outstanding women in life sciences and technology, and a Westchester high school and college student pursuing a STEM field. The awards will be given out at the Second Annual Women in Tech Awards Luncheon, organized by the WCA, on October 1, 2015, at Tappan Hill Mansion in Tarrytown. Nominations are due by July 10 and may be downloaded from the events section or obtained by contacting The WCA at 914-948-6444 or emailing email@example.com.
The Westchester County Association announced that registration is open for Customer Satisfaction and Service Excellence, the second in a series of courses offered by the Hudson Valley Workforce Academy. The Academy was created by the WCA to ensure that Westchester employers have the best trained workforce possible and to address the critical need for skilled workers and help fill the 2,500+ jobs presently open in the healthcare, technology, and business sectors here. Customer Satisfaction will begin on Wednesday evening, June 10, at 1133 Westchester Avenue, White Plains in the Lobby Level Board Room, from 5 to 7 pm. Upon successful ”graduation,” participants will receive a certificate of completion.
Day Two of Health Tech ’15, was revelatory in two ways: It showed first hand the miracle of modern medicine and gave the 600+ attendees a true glimpse of how the intersection of science, technology, and healthcare were taking place in Westchester County. Perhaps the most dramatic moment of the conference, which was organized by the Westchester County Association, occurred when Doug Schreiber, a formerly paralyzed, 41-year old stroke victim with...
Dr. Kevin J. Tracey is on a mission. He wants to build a Center for Bioelectronic Medicine that he believes – and after seeing his PowerPoint and listening to his case histories, it is hard to refute – that bioelectronic medicine will lead to the successful treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, cancer, lupus, and other diseases that currently require large regimens of drugs.