Kevin J. Mulvehill, a partner with Phillips Lytle LLP and the firm’s Rochester office leader, says that there is no “universal truth” on whether lawyers and law firm staff are more productive working from the office or working from home. ...Read More »
Many area schools have adopted a hybrid model of learning due to COVID-19 and local educators believe at least a portion of that modality will continue even post pandemic. The hybrid model uses a mix of classroom and online learning. ...Read More »
Every day, every week and every month for the past 70 years, the Mary Cariola Children’s Center has helped individuals with complex disabilities fulfill their potential. The center also does the same for the people they employ. Through the staff ...Read More »
When a child has trouble breathing on their own or has such daunting developmental issues that a visit to the doctor’s office causes explosive outbursts, routine dental care or eye exams can be the last thing on parents’ minds. On ...Read More »
At 33 years on the job, Anna-Lynn Brink, director of community services at Mary Cariola Children’s Center, is now four years into a new sort of initiative tackling some of the toughest and most complex cases at the agency. The ...Read More »
Seventy years after the inception of Mary Cariola Children’s Center, the mission remains the same: To identify critical community issues surrounding education and finding ways to solve them. The Mary Cariola team is committed to being an active community partner ...Read More »
If Mary Cariola were alive today, she might be astounded at the progress her namesake nonprofit has made in its 70 years. “I would like to think it would take her a few minutes to catch up and that she ...Read More »
Every year the Rochester Business Hall of Fame inducts new entrepreneurs and innovators who have helped shape our region. They have made significant contributions to their industries, given generously in our community, and serve as excellent role models for the ...Read More »
Ray Isaac is reluctant to say how young he was when he started working for his father, James Isaac, at Isaac Heating & Air Conditioning. That’s just the way things go in multi-generational family business. We’ll just say that his official employment at ...Read More »
Their maternal grandfather owned his own construction firm: D. Giamberardino Construction Co. So did their father: Richard DiMarco General Contractor. Thus, it was only natural for his sons, John and Richard, to follow in those mortar-dusted footprints—first doing masonry with ...Read More »
From the unlikely path of aspiring singer to financial advisor, Lori Van Dusen of LVW Advisors has built a wealth management empire out of a humble space off Monroe Avenue in Pittsford. Since founding LVW in 2011, Van Dusen has ...Read More »
When Peter Schottland took the helm at American Packaging Corp. in 1999, it was annually posting an impressive $130 million to $140 million in sales. But with steady re-investments and a focus on employees, the company has grown to more ...Read More »
To help track the impact of downtown’s ongoing evolution, the RBJ asked three stakeholders for comments. Monday: Sharon Napier, founder and partner at Partners + Napier. Tuesday: Sergio Esteban, CEO of LaBella Associates. Today: Christopher Mannelli, executive director of Geva ...
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To help track the impact of downtown’s ongoing evolution, the RBJ asked three stakeholders for comments. Monday: Sharon Napier, founder and partner at Partners + Napier. Today: Sergio Esteban, CEO of LaBella Associates. Wednesday: Christopher Mannelli, executive director of Geva Theatre. ...
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