Gilda’s Club leader oversees loving support for those with cancer
Lasers in Rochester may fuel the world, reach for the universe
It’s hard to imagine that when lasers were first invented there was a bit of a “so what?” reaction. In 1960, light was the main application people could envision from lasers and the question was why did we need a new source of light?...
Webster woman blends thirst for knowledge with work ethic to succeed
Jennifer Cave thought she was going to be a probation officer. She was working on the civil service exam when she accepted a part-time role as a compliance specialist at Rochester Research Associates...
Millennial influence grows at Rochester City Ballet
Rochester City Ballet has been around for 32 years, and it remains a vibrant and youthful organization dedicated to innovation with a board of directors spanning multiple generations...
Elizabeth Thorley makes her mark as boutique wealth manager
In Rochester's world of financial planning, big firms rule. Organizations like The Bonadio Group serve as hubs for wealth management with vast pools of resources and an endless array of different offerings for clients...
Divinity school picks first female president
Angela D. Sims, 62, currently a dean and vice president of institutional advancement at Saint Paul School of Theology in Kansas and Oklahoma, will begin her job in Rochester July 1.
Three go-getters form own company
Indie Queens began in the basement of Sarah Baker’s Pittsford home nearly two years ago. Baker, Chelsea Henderson and Lyndsey MacMillan were former coworkers on a mission to find their own business adventure.
Dozens rally here for pay equity
Three months and two days. That’s how much longer women had to work to earn the same as their male counterparts did in 2018. So on April 2, women around the country, including dozens in Rochester, demonstrated to bring awareness to the pay gap that exists between men and woman.