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Star Power Hones Skills of Future Leaders

The Business Council of Westchester this week celebrated the graduation of its StarPower Class of 2019.

The StarPower Leadership Program is a professional development program facilitated by Executive Career Transition Coach, Laura Powers, President of Mt. Kisco-based Powers Career Coaching.

StarPower consists of five monthly, in-person meetings held at the BCW’s headquarters in Rye Brook. The program is designed to help build self-knowledge, relationship know-how, and communication skills needed to build a successful career and shine as a leader. The graduation was held May 16 at the BCW headquarters.

From left, seated, Nick Cerchia; Gina Rosenberg; Ty Peterson; Dana Platt and David Cedrone
From left, standing, Program Facilitator Laura Powers; Jennifer Bonhomme; Mike Csanko; Teresa Sinapi; Christian Espinoza; Amy Lasagna; Rashiem Mims; Marcela Codero Gomez; Juan Bernardo, and BCW President and CEO Marsha Gordon

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