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Long Island Power Women in Business Honored

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Some of the most influential women in the Long Island business landscape brought their colleagues, families and friends together for a night of celebration at the ‘Power Women in Business’ awards and networking event in Great Neck.Nearly 600 guests filled Leonard’s Palazzo to see Schneps Communications recognize Long Island’s most outstanding women in business, banking, real estate, law, not-for-profit and entrepreneurship. The honorees shared business cards, enjoyed cocktails and food and received a beautiful, iconic bronze award and certificate for the work they do in their businesses and communities. The women were also presented with swag from Godiva, Bottle Bargains and Demarche.“We are thrilled because you are it, you are the stars of the east coast,” Victoria Schneps, co-publisher of Schneps Communications and Long Island Press, told the honorees. “You are the power of Long Island.”The ceremony was highlighted by a number of awards of distinction: Antoinette Biordi, a reporter and anchor for News 12 Long Island, received the ‘Star of Stars’ award;Ann Conroy, president of the Long Island division of Douglas Elliman Real Estate, received the ‘Realtor of the Year’ award.Kim Gavin and Renee Wisinski, co-founders of Twin Tech, LLC received the ‘Innovators of the Year’ award; Amy Altman and Moriah Adamo, partners at Abrams Fensterman, received the ‘Dynamic Duo’ award; Pavneet Kaur Mehra, vice president of CitiCards branded cards, received the ‘Rising Star’ award.The event concluded with a raffle portion in the which 100 percent of proceeds were raised to benefit the rock can roll organization.The rest of the ‘Power Women’ honorees were as follows:Dr. Neva Helena Alexander, Founder, Neva Global AllianceLorraine Aycock, SVP & Market Manager of Enterprise Business and Community Engagement, Bank of AmericaGrace Balucci-Doria, CEO, Grace’s MarketplaceHon. Ruth Bogatyrow Kraft, Partner, Vigorito, Barker, Porter, & Patterson LLPAnnamarie Bondi-Stoddard, Managing Partner, Pegalis & Erickson, LLCSusan Bortone, Director of Operations, GoHealth Urgent CareSandra N. Busell, Partner, Certilman Balin Adler & Hyman, LLPJean Camilletti, Franchise Partner, Blo Blow Dry BarJennifer Cantin, Director of Marketing & Development, Lessings Hospitality GroupMargo Cargill, CEO, Titanium Linx Consulting, Inc.Marianela Casas, Assistant Commissioner for Community Engagement, Nassau County Police DepartmentStephanie Castro, Associate Group Director Vice President, Signature BankShalu Chopra, Community AdvocateYvonne Cort, Partner, Capell Barnett Matalon & Schoenfeld, LLPCheryelle Cruickshank, CEO, Human FirstElizabeth Custodio, Vice President, Community Development & CRA Officer for NY People’s United BankDonna M. Douglas, Director of Operations, Academy Charter SchoolWendy Dubner-Master, President, Heritage Farms & GardenAllison Ehrlich, District Manager, ADPBrigitte Ferrada, SVP & Relationship Manager, Capital OneMeredith Friedman, Partner, Van Horn & Friedman, P.C.Amanda Field, Commissioner, Plainview Water DistrictLoretta Gastwirth, Partner, Meltzer LippeKim Gates Goldstein, Attorney, Gates Goldstein, LLPCheri Giglia, Managing Director, CPA, Supporting Strategies, North Shore LIReena Gulati, Principal Attorney, Reena Gulati, PLLCDaria Hoffman, Attorney & Associate Real Estate BrokerKristen Jarnagin, President & CEO, Discover Long IslandMelissa Kaiser, Vice President- Business Development Officer, Flushing BankDeborah Kaminetzky, Owner, Kaminetzky Law & Mediation, P.C.Elena Karabatos, Partner, Schlissel Ostrow Karabatos, PLLCKaren Keating, President, Tradition Title Agency, Inc.Kelsey Knutsen, Chief Marketing Officer, Tully Rinckey PLLCRobyn Kreiner, MD, Adult & Pediatric Allergist, Strauss Allergy & AsthmaDr. Eve Lupenko, Greenberg Plastic Surgery and DermatologyJoan Hope MacNaughton, Founder & Artistic Director, Leggz LTDRuni Mukherji Ratnam, Ph.D., SUNY Old WestburySamantha Ray, Head of Operations, American Investment PropertiesGail Ritzert, Partner, Hawkins, Rosenfield, Ritzert & Varriale, LLPGyll Sbrocchi, Senior Mortgage Loan Officer, Bethpage Federal Credit UnionJudy L. Simoncic, Partner, Forchelli Deegan Terrana LLPKaren Tenenbaum, Managing Partner and Founder, Tenenbaum Law, P.C.Davi Tserpelis, SVP Regional Business Banking Manager, City National BankCristina Velez, General Manager, Hampton Inn & Suites at Rockville Centre Kathy Viard, Broker/Owner, Signature Premier PropertiesVeena Vijayendra, Public Health Policy AdvocateJulie Watterson, Executive Director, Kids Clubhouse of Suffolk CountyAmy Zaslansky, Founder, The Book FairiesMerrill Zorn, President & CEO, Zorn’s of BethpageAntoinette Biordi, who was also the guest emcee for the event, took a moment to reflect on what being a ‘Power Woman’ meant to her when she addressed the crowd.“I get to be a woman in charge and in power every day and I just hope that I can continue to inspire a new generation of power women,” Biordi said. “It’s important now more than ever, especially in this social climate, that we recognize, connect, support and empower each other.”Lorraine Aycock, senior vice president and market manager of enterprise business and community engagement for Bank of America, said that the importance of such an event is the ability to bring so many influential women together to join forces.“The idea of harnessing all of this power in one room, it really speaks to where Long Island is and how women have been part of the change and are working together to really touch so many areas of the community,” Aycock said.For Joan Hope MacNaughton, who has owned her dance studio Leggz LTD since she was 19, the event was a reminder that women are capable of anything.“Women are naturally powerful, they just have to realize it themselves and become very independent,” she said. “When you become independent you become powerful.”Wisinksi added that the ‘Innovators of the Year’ award she and Gavin received is validation that they are making a difference.“It’s inspirational to be recognized for something that we kind of feel comfortable doing in the everyday,” Wisinski said. “But I think if one person pays attention and is inspired by what Kim and I have done then we’ve done our job.”The platinum sponsor of the event was London Jewelers, while other sponsors included: Investors Bank; Flushing Bank; Parker Jewish Institute for Rehabilitation and Health Care; Capital One; Vigorito, Barker, Porter and Patterson, LLP; Northwell Health Go Health Urgent Care; Lessing’s Hospitality Group; Signature Premier Properties; Kaminetzky Law & Mediation, P.C.; People’s United Bank; jetBlue; Rallye Auto Group; Capell, Barnett, Matalon and Schoenfeld, LLP; Raich, Ende and Malter Co., LLP; Zorn’s of Bethpage; Godiva; The Salon Project; and Sandwire.Click here to view the photo gallery from the event. 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Woods Park Open brings out 61 disc golfers and plenty of winners

first_img Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Skyler Struble of Wellington was one of the 61 disc golfers at Wellington’s Woods Park Open. Disc golfers spent the day going through the 18-basket course twice.Sumner Newscow report – The Woods Park Open held in Wellington on June 25 brought out 61 disc golfers.The official results are below. Photo gallery of the event can be found here. The feature story on the tournament can be found here.MPO Brandon Nelson 58 52 110MPO Ben Maass 59 59 118MPO Mike Unruh 65 58 123MPO Andy Horning 62 62 124MPO Lupe Esquivel 61 66 127MPO Russ Horning 63 65 128MPM Chris Smith 53 54 107MPM Shan Mann 57 64 121MPM Chris Dendurent 68 62 130MPM Greg Larmer 63 68 131MPM Lance Roberts 67 66 133MPM Isaac Dimmit 71 63 134MPM James McLaughlin 71 72 143MPM Arty Hicks 80 75 155MM1 Craig Winters 69 67 136MM1 Lee Penner 70 70 140MA3 Will Gibson 67 67 134MA3 Joel Winter 70 65 135MA3 Geno James 68 68 136MA3 Breck Lund 72 67 139MA3 Chuck Hickey 75 70 145MA3 Darren Odell 81 73 154MA3 Tyler James 75 81 156MA2 Skyler Struble 59 69 128MA2 Spencer Hickey 68 65 133MA2 Nathan Brenner 71 66 137MA2 Jeffrey Burdiek 71 67 138MA2 Isaiah Esquivel 68 72 140MA2 Aaron Suiter 71 71 142MA2 Cody Ervin 72 72 144MA2 Don McCaig 74 72 146MA2 Matthew Siri 77 70 147MA2 Brad Kohl 74 73 147MA2 Patrick Schroeder 77 72 149MA2 Jarod Wiens 68 82 150MA2 Josh Kelley 75 76 151MA2 Colton Whaley 78 77 155MA2 Scott Carpenter 84 80 164MA2 Cason Bahr 77 999 DNFMA2 Butch Stewart 79 999 DNFMA2 Nick Layton 84 999 DNFMA1 Tyler Janney 54 65 119MA1 Braden Struble 59 66 125MA1 Brady Delp 59 66 125MA1 Quentin Ray 63 65 128MA1 Jason Adkins 58 70 128MA1 Adam Gate 65 68 133MA1 Jeff Ring 63 70 133MA1 Branden Rusk 73 61 134MA1 Matthew Newton 64 70 134MA1 Kyle Grim 69 66 135MA1 Nick Hunt 70 66 136MA1 Josh Sapp 66 70 136MA1 Lance Small 74 70 144MA1 Austin Dunn 72 999 DNFFPO Cae Morris 66 70 136FPO Miranda Fulton 69 75 144FPO Carol Schonlau 77 71 148FA2 Kristina Hickey 86 79 165FA2 Heather Kohl 89 82 171.Follow us on Facebook.Follow us on Twitter.last_img read more