Community Buzz: Honors, events and more
In the world of business
Reynolds & Rowella hired Greg Sandor as a senior associate in its New Canaan office, focused on the preparation of individual, trust, gift and corporate tax returns for high-net-worth clients. Sandor is a New Canaan native and has a bachelor’s degree in finance and accounting from Miami University.
Sandor was a vice president for Weiler Arnow Management, a family office based in New York City; and before that was director of tax in the Shelton offices of Baldwin Technology.
New Canaan’s Dylan Alter was inducted into the National Honor Society of Leadership and Success at the end of the fall 2016 semester at Champlain College in Burlington, Vt. Alter is earning a Bachelor of Science degree, majoring in game design.
The National Society of Leadership and Success is the nation’s largest leadership honor society. Students are selected by their college for membership based on either academic standing or leadership potential.
In addition to honorable distinction, the society provides a step-by-step program for members to build their leadership skills through participation at their campus or online. Upon completion of the program, members receive their leadership certificate and take their place among the top student leaders at their campus and across the country.
Brianna DiPanni of New Canaan is spending the spring semester abroad. DiPanni, a member of the class of 2018 at Assumption College in Worcester, Mass., is studying in Ireland.
At the Library
Please register online at newcanaanlibrary.org for events at the New Canaan Library, 151 Main St.
Glass House Presents: Curator and architectural historian Esther da Costa Meyer will appear as part of Glass House Presents, an occasional series of talks and events about architecture, design, and Modernism in New Canaan and beyond.
Da Costa Meyer will speak at 7 p.m. Feb. 21 about her current exhibition Pierre Chareau: Modern Architecture and Design, now on view at The Jewish Museum, New York. It will be preceded by a light reception at 6:30 p.m.
From women’s rights advocate Marie Miller Stewart and Civil Rights catalyst (and legendary contralto singer) Marian Anderson, to current State Treasurer Denise L. Nappier, African American women have contributed to Connecticut’s history since its founding. Yet these major players in the development of Connecticut are often downplayed or ignored.