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50 BCW Members Are in New Power List

The BCW’s members filled half the ranks of City & State New York’s 2022 Westchester Power 100 list revealed earlier this week.

Our president and CEO Marsha Gordon and executive vice president and COO John Ravitz shared the #9 position on the annual list that highlights government officials, business executives, health care leaders, nonprofit heads, union chiefs, advocates, activists and more.

In its introduction, City & State noted some of the listees’ remarkable accomplishments. For example, Leonard Schleifer’s Regeneron developed a drug that helped save the life of former President Donald Trump.

The BCW board members on the 2022 Westchester Power 100 list are:

Dr. Marsha Gordon/John Ravitz—Business Council of Westchester

George Lence—Nicholas & Lence Communications

Mark Weingarten—DelBello Donnellan Weingarten Wise & Wiederkehr, LLP

Dr Belinda Miles—SUNY Westchester Community College (WCC)

Tim Jones—RMC Development Company LLC

Paul Dunphey—NewYork Presbyterian/NewYork Presbyterian Westchester/Hudson Valley Hospital

Dr Susan Fox—Westchester Institute for Human Development

Dr Seamus Carey—Iona University

Marvin Krislov—Pace University

Liz Bracken Thompson—Thompson & Bender

Karen Erren—Feeding Westchester

Dr Robert Amler—New York Medical College

Stacey Cohen—Co-Communications

Dave DeMilia—Tompkins


The BCW members on the Power 100 List are:

Ed Domingo—Empire City Casino

Dr Leonard Schleifer—Regeneron

Catherine Rinaldi—Metro-North Railroad

Nick Spano—Empire Strategic Planning

Ramon Laguarta—PepsiCo

Michael Israel—Westchester Medical Center Health Network

Susan Fox—White Plains Hospital

Ross Pepe—Construction Industry Council of Westchester & Putnam Valley

Martin Ginsburg—Ginsburg Development Companies

John Fareri—Fareri Associates

Robert Spolzino, Jeffrey A. Cohen & David Imamura—Abrams Fensterman

Robert Weisz—RPW Group

Derek Anderson & Eileen Egan—Northern Westchester Hospital; Phelps Hospital

Louis Cappelli—Cappelli Organization

Carola Otero Bracco—Neighbor’s Link

Anthony B. Gioffre—Cuddy & Feder

Allison Lake—Westchester Children’s Association

Milagros “Milly” Pena—Purchase College

Tim Hall—Mercy College

Laura Rossi—Westchester Community Foundation

Anthony J. Alfano & Jaccel Kouns—Montefiore New Rochelle Hospital & Montefiore Mount Vernon Hospital

Lindsay Farrell—Open Door Family Medical Center and Foundation

April Gasparri—Westchester County Airports

Tom Gabriel—United Way of Westchester and Putnam

Christian DiPalermo—CDD Strategies

Jan Fisher—Nonprofit Westchester

Richard Haggerty—Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors

Thomas Leslie—Greenberg Traurig

Martin Berger—Saber Real Estate Advisors

Bob Knight—Harrison Edwards

Louise Feroe—Manhattanville College

Joanne Dunn—Youth Shelter Program of Westchester

Jeanette Gisbert—Volunteer New York!

Nicholas Singer—Standard Amusements

Michelle A. Nicholas—PCSB Bank

Aleida Frederico—Westchester Hispanic Chamber of Commerce

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