CoreNet Long Island presents $15,000 check to Make-A-Wish; Next event is a technology forum on October 19

October 03, 2017 - Long Island

Pictured above (from left) are: Jenny-Lynn Georgiades, Waldner’s; William Korchak, JLL; Kathie Lombardi, Make-A-Wish Metro NY; Kathy Pasquale, JRS Architect, P.C.; Rosemary Conder, Make-A-Wish Metro NY; Anthony Carbone, Lorich Construction; and Jim Powers, Bohler Engineering.

Huntington, NY CoreNet Long Island held a Back-to-Business Cocktail Event at Prime on Tuesday, September 12th. The organization donated $15,000 to Make-A-Wish Metro New York from proceeds of CoreNet Long Island’s 21st Annual Charitable Golf Outing.

CoreNet Long Island’s next event is  titled, “Techonology Forum – The Future of Work.” The event will be held on Thursday, October 19 from  4  - 7 p.m.

The concept of work is changing in ways that were barely conceivable a few years ago and that will be barely recognizable in a few years. Technology is influencing and infiltrating virtually every aspect of work and the workplace. Attendees will hear from strategic leaders who are helping corporate real estate leaders manage and, in some ways, anticipate technological change.

Panelists include the following: 

• Peter Miscovich, managing director, JLL.

• Anita Napoli, consultant, applied research & consulting, Steelcase. 

• Carol Schwasnick, senior director, workplace solutions, CA Technologies.

The event will be held at CA Technologies,1 Computer Associates Plaza in Islandia. Visit http://longisland.corenetglobal.org/ for more information.

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