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Frank Pagani

Frank Pagani is a public relations and marketing communications consultant with more than 30 years of experience in helping businesses and organizations stay ahead of the curve and improve their bottom lines. He has contributed news articles and feature stories to the Fairfield County Business Journal, Westchester County Business Journal, WAG magazine and others and is an award-winning poet in the town of Greenburgh poetry competition. His firm, Pagani PR, is based in Ardsley. Contact him at 914-843-5079 or Frank@PaganiPR.com.

Rakow marks 30 years in commercial real estate

Rakow Commercial Realty Group has assisted more than 1,000 tenants, buyers and sellers in Westchester and Fairfield counties and beyond.

At 74, David Boies still fights for Americans’ civil rights

David Boies’ passion for justice began on the farm of his youth.

Campofranco driven by the art of the real estate deal

Childhood experiences served Salvatore Campofranco well in his 35 years as one of the region’s most prominent figures in real estate.

Doctor at forefront of spinal cord injury research

The work of Dr. William A. Bauman of New Rochelle has led to better understanding and treatment of serious spinal cord injuries.

Nun devotes life to bringing music education to all

The nonprofit Songcatchers has realized its mission of “reaching for peace through music” by providing music instruction to underprivileged youths.

Dog treat company helps employ people with disabilities

The proceeds from Good Reasons' snacks for canines are used to provide employment opportunities for people with autism and other disabilities.

Column: The lawyer as instrument for social change

Attorney Michael Koskoff follows his fathers words to “stand between the abuse of governmental power and the individual.”

Column: High fashion goes to the dogs

Reenie Brown translates a career in accessories into a love of animals.

Stamford company fills the walls in a healthy fashion

Picture That L.L.C. builds a 12-year business on art for corporations and hospitals.

Column: Hospice CEO prepares for crowning achievement

Regional Hospice and Home Care of Western Connecticut’s new hospice residence is “a place to live, not die,” says Cynthia E. Roy, the organization's president.

Column: The power of an open mind

Carol Wilder-Tamme is set to retire as Darien Chamber of Commerce president after bringing the group into the Internet age.

The long and winding (and successful) road to UB

Winners Circle is a regular feature that takes a look at successful women in business and at top attorneys, men and women, in the region. To nominate someone, contact Bill Fallon at bfallon@westfairinc.com.

A sharp eye for education turns to business

Karen DelVecchio is the executive vice president of the Bridgeport Regional Business Council

Fighting the good fight

A year ago, she made the headlines in a major securities litigation fraud case. This year, she’s making news in an equally big way in antitrust litigation. The newsmaker is Barbara Hart.

The divorce minus the acrimony

Vicki Volper is a mediation and collaborative divorce attorney.