LIA in the NewsNovember 29, 2021 – Long Island Press: Paule Pachter, CEO of Long Island Cares, Offers His Food For ThoughtNovember 24, 2021 – LIBN: A holiday focus on localNovember 23, 2021 – Newsday: The slow rebound of LI's labor force is in part due to early retirements, expert saysNovember 20, 2021 – Newsday: LI business leaders ask top lawmakers to help end stalemate over Third Track projectNovember 20, 2021 – Long Island Press: Businesses Hope to Score Boon from UBS Arena DebutNovember 18, 2021 –
Congratulations to TRITEC on breaking ground on Phase II of the Ronkonkoma Hub.
Congratulations to LIA Board Member Zebra Technologies for being named to Newsweek’s 2021 List of America’s Most Loved Workplaces. Zebra Technologies ranked #25 among 100 US companies recognized for employee satisfaction.
Dime Community Bank was named Employer of the Year for 2021 by Cerebral Palsy Associations of New York State. Dime CEO and LIA board member, Kevin O’Connor accepted the award in Saratoga Springs on Monday, October 25th.
The Feinstein Institutes at Northwell Health entered into an exclusive license agreement with Neuvotion, which is using AI to restore movement. The startup received $1 million in seed funding, including the Long Island Angel Network.Read more in InnovateLI.
Congratulations to TRITEC on breaking ground on Phase II of the Ronkonkoma Hub. Congratulations to LIA Board member Dr. Maurie McInnis who was inaugurated as Stony Brook University’s Sixth President. Congratulations to LIA board member Dr. Susan Poser on her inauguration as Ninth President of Hofstra University. Congratulations to LIA Young Professionals Committee member Jenna Natale for her promotion to Associate Publisher of LIBN. Read the LIBN story here. ACRES Capital is excited to announce that they
1. October 31, 2021- Newsday: East Side Access milestone: Dignitaries ride first LIRR train into Grand Central (note: Mentioned on front cover of November 1 paper) 2. October 31, 2021 – News 12: Gov. Hochul takes test ride on first LIRR train into Grand Central 3. October 29, 2021 – LIBN: Where have all the workers gone? 4. October 28, 2021 – Newsday: Hochul taps LI, Queens execs to direct state's economic development efforts 5. October 28, 2021- LIBN: Hochul nominates Kevin
For Immediate Release September 15, 2021 Contact: Mariah Dignan, Long Island Organizer Climate Jobs NY Education Fundmdignan@climatejobsny.org or 646-708-5474Labor, Environment & Industry Groups Host “What’s Brewin’ Offshore?” Long Beach, N.Y. - Climate Jobs NY Education Fund, New York League of Conservation Voters Education Fund, Long Island Association, Long Island Federation of Labor, Citizens Campaign for the Environment and Equinor hosted a happy
PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEMelville, NY September 15, 2021 Contact: Stacey Sikes, Vice President of Government Affairs and Communications (631) 493-3002 Long Island Association Appoints New Members to Board of Directors The Long Island Association elected four new members to the Board of Directors, who represent businesses and academic institutions that contribute to the success of Long Island’s economy. The new Board members include: • Dr. Susan Poser, President of Hofstra University •
To keep you apprised of the latest news regarding the Long Island Association, please see clips of the media coverage we received in the month of August. Newsday – August 31, 2021: Business leaders call on MTA to relocate railroad's Yaphank stationNewsday – August 31, 2021: Hints of a looming housing crisisLIBN - August 30, 2021: Biz Groups to MTA: Boost access to BNL, East EndNewsday - August 29, 2021: New MTA leader Lieber promises shorter, more reliable trips for LIRR ridersNews 12 – August 29,
To keep you apprised of the latest news regarding the Long Island Association, please see clips of the media coverage we received in the month of July. Long Island Business News – July 29, 2021: The Power List: Most Powerful Long IslandersABC News – July 22, 2021: Tens of thousands of New Yorkers moving to Florida during the COVID pandemic Long Island Herald – July 22, 2021: Racial disparities persist in L.I.’s birth dearthNewsday – July 21, 2021: Trouble finding jobs? Work on a sales pitch, employers
Hofstra dean Stacey Sikes to be LIA's No. 2 executive in historic move Stacey Sikes, director of Hofstra University's small business programs for nearly three years, will become the No. 2 executive at the Long Island Association, effective next month. Credit: Barry SloanBy James T. Madorejames.firstname.lastname@example.org @JamesTMadoreUpdated June 16, 2021 5:00 AMPRINT SHARE Stacey Sikes, who has directed Hofstra University’s small business programs for nearly three years, will become the No. 2 executive at the
Matthew Cohen is LIA’s new president and CEOBy: Adina Genn May 19, 2021The Long Island Association, the region’s largest business group, named Matthew Cohen as its new president and CEO. The organization had conducted an extensive search, which generated “many strong applicants,” the LIA said in a press release. Many on Long Island already know Cohen, a 10-year veteran with the LIA, who for 10 years served as its vice president of government affairs and communications, with extensive experience in
To keep you apprised of the latest news regarding the Long Island Association, please see clips of the media coverage we received in the month of February. News 12 Long Island (begins at the 19 minute, 8 second mark)-February 28, 2021: "Power and Politics" - Full Show Newsday-February 25, 2021: What the LIA needs in a new leader Newsday-February 24, 2021: Kevin Law to step down as LIA chief April 1 Newsday, The Point-February 24, 2021: What is next for Kevin Law and the LIA? Twitter Post from