What's Happening

  • Candid Conversation with Business Leaders: Volunteer New York!

    • Dec 11, 2014, 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
    • Volunteer New York!
    • 220 White Plains Road
    • 2nd Floor
    • Tarrytown, NY 10591
  • A Young Professionals Group Exclusive Event

    Alisa H. Kesten, Volunteer New York's Executive Director, and Board of Director's Member Joseph Ali, CPA, O'Connor Davies will take us through running a non-profit, why you should dedicate time and resources to a non-profit board, and the important lessons they have learned on their way to the top that can apply to any career.

    We'll also get a sneak peek into what it's like at the helm of Volunteer New York around the holidays - when everyone's thoughts turn to giving, and giving back.

    Hear the lessons the leadership of Volunteer New York has learned, and how they apply to your career!

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  • HOLIDAY Quarterly Networking Reception

    • Dec 02, 2014, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
    • Westchester Country Club
    • 99 Biltmore Avenue
    • Rye, NY 10580
  • Hosted by the Young Professionals-Open to All

    Walk-ins are welcome at the door

    You are invited to come and celebrate the holidays at the prestigious Westchester Country Club located in Rye, NY. Meet and mingle with the WCA Board of Directors and network with some of the top businesses within Westchester County.

    Hosted by WCA's Young Professionals. It will be a night of networking for the young AND young at heart.  All ages welcome!

    $75 members; $95 future members

    Event Sponsors: Manhattanville College I People's United Bank I Tompkins Mahopac Bank

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  • What They Are Not Telling You About the Health Benefits Exchange


  • Next Lunch & Learn on September 19 covers this and much, much more!

    Gov. Cuomo is claiming that insurance products offered through New York Health Benefits Exchange will be 53% less on average than current individual rates. We wondered how insurance premiums could be cut in half (on average) when medical costs continue to rise. True, the individual mandate enables insurers to trim premiums, because the risk can be spread over more policyholders – including healthy individuals, who typically didn’t buy insurance before. But there had to be more to the story...

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