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Power women — and some great men — honored on Staten Island

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Dr. Dynara Coomer with Victoria Schneps
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Dr. Dynara Coomer with Rachael Rusi.
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Kevin Brosnick
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Greg Fosdal
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Carlo Lasorsa
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Dan Messina
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Kimiko Avilez
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Ashley Aydin
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Renee Bushelle
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Jozette Carter-Williams
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Irene Cavanagh
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Terri Cote
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Jess Daly
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Robyn S. Degaeta
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Lynda Forlenza-Kastell
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Kelly Kass
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Angel Lee
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Bridget Lorenzo
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Dana Macaluso
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Christine Medina
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Anne Marie Russo
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Christine Swiderski
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Serena Stonick
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Susan Viegas

These are some powerful women — and men.

Schneps Communications honored 28 women — and even four men! — during Thursday night’s Staten Island Power Women in Business Awards and Networking event at the Hilton Garden Inn.

About 300 were on hand to cheer the honorees, who represented a bevy of businesses from across the borough and beyond in fields including banking, car dealerships, public relations and marketing, photography, and school leadership.

The male honorees, represented four fields of business — non-profit, healthcare, a restaurateur, and a fitness professional — were given special awards for their service to the community.

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Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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