WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- Kids X-Press, Inc. announced the Dream Big honorees for the annual Touch the Sky Reception to be held on Tuesday, Oct. 28, at 42 The Restaurant in White Plains.
This year’s honorees include Gina Cappelli, president and founder of Formé Urgent Care & Wellness Center; JeanMarie Connolly, senior director at BNY Mellon Wealth Management; Marsha Gordon, president and chief executive officer of The Business Council of Westchester and Tony Sayegh, executive vice president, Jamestown Associates.
“We are delighted to be celebrating these individuals for their extraordinary commitment to develop, enrich and support young talent from all walks of life,” said Nivia Viera, founder and publisher of Kids X-Press, Inc., a nonprofit organization devoted to giving children the opportunity to express themselves and to see their names in print.
Cappelli's Formé Rehabilitation, Inc., Formè Urgent Care and Wellness Center is a New York state licensed Article 28 D&TC and a recognized New York state woman-owned business. Cappelli has become a role model for young girls by bringing an innovative concept of boutique health care to Westchester County.
As an experienced corporate leader, Connolly has gained the trust and respect of her clients through 30 years of relationship management.
Gordon brings more than 25 years of community, commerce and leadership experience to The Business Council of Westchester.
Sayegh is a political analyst and a Fox News contributor. In addition to his role as a Fox News contributor, Sayegh maintains an active media portfolio and currently serves as national political correspondent for Talk Radio News Service, based in Washington D.C. and a Republican analyst at News12 Westchester.
“We are pleased to be able to recognize our four honorees for their outstanding contributions to the community,” said Yuval Marcus, chairman of the board of directors of Kids X-Press. “Their own aspirations can be a testament to encouraging our children to believe that they can ‘touch the sky’ and follow their dreams as well.''
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