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Danielle Brody

Danielle is the events manager for Westfair Communications. Previously, she was a reporter for the Fairfield and Westchester County Business Journals. She has written for the Journal News, the Scarsdale Inquirer and the Newark Post. Danielle is a graduate of the University of Delaware.

Manhattanville offers nonprofit management certification

The Manhattanville School of Business is offering a nonprofit management certificate program, which teaches skills needed to build an organization.

United Way to host women’s luncheon

Female business leaders will speak and be honored at United Way of Westchester and Putnam's second Women’s Leadership Council luncheon next month.

White Plains bowling alley undergoes redesign

International bowling company Bowlmor AMF is renovating AMF White Plains Lanes into a three-floor bowling and entertainment center.

Westfair’s Family-Owned Business Awards to honor 20

Family businesses from Westchester and Fairfield counties will be honored Feb. 26.

Purchase College receives ‘green’ grant for infrastructure

Purchase College plans to retrofit campus surfaces to reduce water runoff after receiving a $765,000 grant.

SBA offers training program for business owners

A U.S. Small Business Administration program in New York will provide training and resources for owners to improve their businesses.

Fordham offers health care administration workshops

Fordham Westchester schedules a series of educational workshops for health care middle managers and those transitioning into the field.

Manhattan Chili Co. sets its sights north

Bruce Sterman and Luba Pincus plan to build a taco and chili chain in Westchester, starting in Pleasantville, where they opened a restaurant last year.

Larchmont entrepreneur embraces the style in contrast

A former advertising executive who grew up in Denmark starts an online store selling imported Danish home goods.

Startup company Burbio began as parents’ scheduling solution

A Pelham couple's tool to keep track of their volunteer organizations and their kids’ schedules becomes a business and an online platform.

Eating disorder treatment center finds home in Irvington

Monte Nido Irvington admits female clients 18 and older in need of urgent and around-the-clock treatment for eating disorders.

Westchester dads open School of Rock in Mamaroneck

With corporate backgrounds, Tory Ridder and Ned Kelly are getting a taste of what it’s like to be entrepreneurs – and rock band managers.