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Wednesday, October 16, 2019 - 3:15pm

Mercy President Timothy L. Hall has been named to Westchester’s Power 100, an annual list of the most influential leaders across the state compiled by City & State, a media organization that covers New York’s local and state politics and policy.

Hall and fellow honorees will be recognized at a Westchester Power 100 cocktail reception on Thursday, October 17 at Whitby Castle in Rye, New York. Westchester County Executive George Latimer will deliver the keynote address.

“I am honored to be included in City & State’s second Westchester Power 100 list along with some of the county’s most influential trailblazers,” said Hall. “I am proud of the positive impact Mercy College students, staff, faculty and alumni have had on Westchester and look forward to advancing initiatives that will continue to encourage their community service and beneficence.”

City & State's annual list of the most powerful people in New York City has been a long-standing institution in New York, and this is the second year for the Westchester list. The county’s most influential leaders from academia, politics, media, business, healthcare and more are expected to attend the Whitby Castle gathering. Guests will receive a just-released Power 100 special issue of City & State Magazine, featuring profiles and rankings of each of the top 100.

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