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Posted on: June 22, 2017

Councilwoman Cartright Serves on Emerging Technology Panel

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Farmingville, NY –  On June 7, Brookhaven Councilwoman Valerie M. Cartright (center) served as a panelist during the Thomson Reuters Long Island Emerging Technology seminar at the Season 2 restaurant in Garden City. The event, titled “Understanding the Impact of Emerging Technologies in Our Industry – What is Here, What is Coming, What is Important,” drew a large attendance. The Councilwoman addressed representatives from corporate America, government and legal sectors on how technological advances can assist in her service to Brookhaven Town constituents.

 “Technological advances, appropriately implemented, can be a tremendous asset for residents seeking support from our township. Being at the table today, allows me to help frame the conversation with my community’s needs at the forefront,” said Councilwoman Cartright.

 The panel included Carol Challed, Vice President of Business Operations at Corporate Commercial Development Group of Henry Schein, Inc., Dr. Theodoros Zanos, Assistant Professor and Lab Head for the Neural Decoding and Data Analytics Laboratory in the Center for BioElectronic Medicine of the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, A. Jonathan Trafimow, Partner at Moritt, Hock and Hamroff, and Nick Jarema, Head of Strategy of Thomson Reuters Labs. The seminar was moderated by Joseph Raczynski, Technologist.

 For more information about the emerging technology topics and featured speaker, A. Jonathan Trafimow, contact or call Thomson Reuters Labs at 646-223-5491.

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