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Kerry Battenfeld

March 2019 BN360 Spotlight Professional – Kerry Battenfeld

The Buffalo Niagara Partnership is pleased to present the 2019 BN360 Spotlight Professionals, sponsored by Alpine Films. Each year, BN360 highlights 12 up-and-coming young professionals who strive for professional growth and development, care for their community, and are passionate about the future of the Buffalo Niagara region. Check in monthly

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BN360 Spotlight Blog: Let Your Legacy Live On

“The mission of Morehouse College is to develop men with disciplined minds who will live lives of leadership and service.” ~ Excerpt, Morehouse College Mission Statement I love my alma mater. Founded on Feb. 14, 1867, as a training ground for Baptist ministers, Morehouse College established a legacy that is

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January 2019 BN360 Spotlight Professional – Kent Olden

The Buffalo Niagara Partnership is pleased to present the 2019 BN360 Spotlight Professionals, sponsored by Alpine Films. Each year, BN360 highlights 12 up-and-coming young professionals who strive for professional growth and development, care for their community, and are passionate about the future of the Buffalo Niagara region. Check in monthly

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BN360 Spotlight Blog: The Impact of Love

Growing up on the east side of Buffalo in municipal housing, as long as I can remember, the greatest point of college entry and later success was through sports. However, unlike most kids in my neighborhood whose end goal was to play for the NFL or the NBA, I wanted to

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Crystal Surdyk

BN360 Spotlight Blog: Understanding The “Why”

As an Urban Planner I am often asking clients, community members, stakeholders and elected leadership to articulate their “why”.  Sometimes the “why” surfaces through a series of questions or public engagement activities.  In my profession, everyone I interact with has an opinion or an insight that needs to be captured,

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Steve Procknal

BN360 Spotlight Blog: Turning a Hobby Into Your Career

Growing up, I couldn’t wait for summer. Long days, that seemed to last forever, filled with endless sports and time with friends. Then it became time to go back to school. I knew from my first day of Pre-K that it just wasn’t for me. With the exception of sports,

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