Dr. Sabrina Magid named a Rising Star

WHITE PLAINS, New York--The Business Council of Westchester has presented Dr. Sabrina Magid of Advanced Dentistry of Westchester with one of the "40 under 40" Rising Star awards for 2012.

“I am honored to be recognized by one of the leading business organizations in Westchester County for my accomplishments in the dental community,” said Dr. Magid.

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Modeled after the national business recognition program “Forty Under Forty,” the Business Council annually honors the accomplishments of Westchester’s young business leaders who are making a mark in their chosen profession.

The Rising Stars represent individuals from diverse industries including financial services, construction, real estate, education, healthcare, biotech, information technology, retail, and not for profit.

“The Rising Stars award recognizes individuals who surpass expectations, raise the bar, and set new standards for success,” said Dr. Marsha Gordon, president and CEO of the Business Council of Westchester.

“These young leaders represent the vision and future of Westchester County and its business community, and we look forward to paying tribute to them.”

Anyone between the ages of 21 and 40 who works in Westchester was eligible for consideration as a Rising Star. The two-part nomination process asked the nominator to describe the nominee's professional/entrepreneurial and/or personal accomplishments and leadership qualities. Nominees were also asked about lessons learned, strengths, and long-term goals.

A 10-person Steering Committee, chaired by Timothy Donohue, senior associate, CB Richard Ellis, Rising Stars Class of 2007, selected the “Forty under Forty” Rising Stars based on professional accomplishments, demonstrated leadership qualities, and professional and/or business affiliations.

“As Westchester County continues to grow, so does the talent located within our region," said Donohue.

"By recognizing the innovative vision, accomplishments and influence that these young professionals have demonstrated in such a relatively short amount of time, we are supporting not only their prospering careers but also the future of business in Westchester.”

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