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Dr. Marsha Gordon is President and CEO of the Business Council of Westchester, a leading business organization throughout the region and New York State.   As a proven expert in and advocate for business growth, Marsha has created a powerhouse for Westchester business , creating bridges to opportunities for growth, learning, advocacy and economic development.   Marsha has been called on to lead many key initiatives including the Governors Regional Council for Economic Development, where she co chaired the strategic planning committee and serves on the Executive Committee. She also serves on the Health Insurance Exchange Advisory Council.  As President of Build the Bridge Now, her leadership resulted in the replacement of the Tappan Zee Bridge, with construction beginning this spring.Dr. Gordon is a graduate of Brooklyn College, has an MBA from Marist College and a Doctorate from Pace University . She also is a Ford Foundation Fellow in Regionalism and Sustainable Development.



Tom Kallish founded Tommie Copper in 2010.  A serious middle-aged weekend warrior, Tom suffered a traumatic water skiing accident.  The accident required multiple surgeries on his back, knees, and hips, leaving him in horrible pain.  Looking for a solution, he found only bulky, restrictive, and uncomfortable compression devices.  All of these were extremely hot and impossible to wear.  Tommie Copper is a result of Tom’s 45 years of technical experience and knowledge, combining copper-infused yarn into a comfortable fabric that can be worn all day was an extreme challenge. Tom designed this for anyone looking for pain relief from common aches and pains.  "It has been nothing less than an honor to know that in a little over a year, we have helped millions of people in everyday life. Hearing from real people with real problems, that have found a solution from Tommie Copper products is pretty special.” Tom has been an entrepreneur his entire life.  Besides the companies he has founded, his interests lie in philanthropic work.   Currently, Tom is involved with the Special Olympics, the Lois Bronz Children’s Center, Let’s Play it Forward and The Best Day Foundation.


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