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Lisa Kaslyn

Community Advisor

Lisa Kaslyn is a public relations and social content marketing & communications consultant. Her company, Prosper Communications, specializes in contemporary marketing communications strategies, including integrated and search optimized PR, Social Media, Blogging and other digital and traditional Content Development strategies. Host and producer of the community public access show, "Good Day Hudson Valley," Lisa is involved and passionate about the Hudson Valley Community. Her show features local newsmakers, and interesting people who have an inspiring message and bring educational value to neighborhood viewers. For more than 20 years, Lisa has served as communications counselor to business leaders and executives at both small and large corporations, including Autism on the Seas, Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, Canon USA, IBM, Kraft and Nielsen, among others. Lisa lives in Carmel with her two daughters, Katie and Eve; two cats, Molly and Bieber; and one dog, Mini.

Lisa Kaslyn's Contributions

  1. Students from Rye Country Day, Mamaroneck Honored at Backyard Benefit

    Students from Rye Country Day, Mamaroneck Honored at Backyard Benefit

    MAMARONECK, N.Y -- Eight students from Rye Country Day School and Mamaroneck High School were recently honored for helping to ensure everyone gets a chance to play.The students were honored by Backyard Sports Cares at a Backyard Benefit at the Mamaroneck Beach and Yacht Club Thursday. The students help run sports programs for underserved and special needs children as volunteer coaches ...

  2. Got A Story Idea? Share It, Say Putnam 'Meet The Media' Panel

    Got A Story Idea? Share It, Say Putnam 'Meet The Media' Panel

    MAHOPAC, N.Y. -- Your story matters.Such was the takeaway from The Professional Women of Putnam (PWP) "Meet the Media" panel, held Thursday, April 20 at  Ramiros 954 in Mahopac.The event included Virginia Califano of the Putnam County News & Recorder, Kacey Morabito Grean of 100.7 WHUD and Jeanne Muchnick, Features Editor of Daily Voice and was moderated by Lisa Kaslyn ...

  3. Carmel Students Learn Competition Is 'More Than Robots,' Teacher Says

    Carmel Students Learn Competition Is 'More Than Robots,' Teacher Says

    CARMEL, N.Y. -- A team of Carmel students Tuesday mailed off machines that will toss Wiffle balls, light up, climb ropes and, they hope, gain them entry into what many call the Olympics of science and technology.The Bad News Gears spent the last six weeks conceptualizing, designing, building, programming, and testing their robots for the Hudson Valley Regional (HVR)FIRST® Robotics ...

  4. Ossining Students Gear Up For Robotics Competition

    Ossining Students Gear Up For Robotics Competition

    OSSINING, N.Y. -- Ossining High School students have spent weeks tinkering with and tweaking the creations they hope will win them the chance to compete in a worldwide robotics competition.The team, which calls itself The Ossining O-bots, called on its members to use all their scientific, engineering, technology and math skills to make the robots it will enter in the Hudson Valley ...

  5. Putnam Chamber Of Commerce Looking For Business Trailblazers

    Putnam Chamber Of Commerce Looking For Business Trailblazers

    PUTNAM COUNTY, N.Y. – The Putnam County Chamber of Commerce is looking for nominations for its “Best in Business” Trailblazer Awards.The awards, which honor local business leaders in 18 achievement categories, are to be presented during a ceremony from 6-9 p.m. on Thursday, March 23, at the Villa Barone Hilltop Manor in Mahopac, according to the Chamber.“Each year, we nominate the best ...

  6. Alexander String Quartet Performing In Carmel For 35th Anniversary Tour

    Alexander String Quartet Performing In Carmel For 35th Anniversary Tour

    CARMEL, N.Y. -- Gilead Presbyterian Church will host a performance by the Alexander String Quartet on Sunday, Nov. 13 at 3 p.m.The Quartet has performed in music in 13 countries across the globe, and has been recognized for its interpretations of Beethoven, Mozart, Shostakovich, and Brahms. In Fall 2016, the Quartet released Con Moto, a documentary film based on their debut performance ...

  7. Hudson Valley Celebrates Halloween With Killer Costumes

    Hudson Valley Celebrates Halloween With Killer Costumes

    It was quite the spooky day in the Hudson Valley Monday as Halloween saw the streets filled with ghosts, vampires, monsters and demons.Helping to keep the peace in Elmsford was Batman, who showed up at the school's Halloween Parade looking suspiciously like Superintendent Joseph Ricca.The superintendent promised students from  Alice E. Grady Elementary School and the Carl L. Dixson ...

  8. Viking Warrior Puppets Battle Forces Of Evil On Carmel Stage

    Viking Warrior Puppets Battle Forces Of Evil On Carmel Stage

    CARMEL, N.Y. -- Viking warrior puppets are ready to do battle in Carmel.The Arts on the Lake Hawk Rock Theater  will present "Beowulf" at the Arts Friday and Saturday, Nov. 4-5, at Lake Carmel Arts Center."Beowulf," written by an unknown Anglo-Saxon poet,  is the ancient story of one man’s struggle against the forces of evil, set in Denmark and Geatland, the southern ...

  9. Odell Presents $153.1 Million Putnam County Budget

    Odell Presents $153.1 Million Putnam County Budget

    CARMEL, N.Y. -- Putnam County Executive MaryEllen Odell unveiled a proposed 2017 budget that, she says, will “protect taxpayers, preserve essential services and promote economic growth” -- all while keeping within the state mandated tax cap limit of 1 percent.The $153.1 million spending plan was aired at a meeting of the County Legislature at the Putnam County Golf Course on Thursday, ...

  10. Energetic Tourism Director Pushes Picturesque Putnam County

    Energetic Tourism Director Pushes Picturesque Putnam County

    CARMEL, N.Y. -- Frank Smith knows the treasures that make Putnam County a terrific destination for tourists. His goal is to encourage others to discover the events, places and resources that make the county an important Hudson Valley resource.“I really feel like it’s a hidden gem,’’ said Smith, the acting director of Putnam County Tourism since March. “In Cold Spring, between the ...

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