Mercy College President Tim Hall Recognized in City and State's Westchester Power 100 List

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President Tim Hall has placed #65 on the annual Westchester Power 100 List released by City & State. The list is comprised of influential individuals who demonstrate leadership in their respective fields and have made every effort to inspire change in their communities.

As said by City & State, "Tim Hall is finishing up his time at Mercy College, after nearly a decade as president of the school. The college president has announced plans to retire following the 2022-23 school year. During his tenure as president, Hall oversaw renovations at the college’s Manhattan campus and struck an agreement with the College of New Rochelle to allow students to complete their education at Mercy College after the former school closed. Hall also serves on the board of the Westchester County Association.”

Hall is recognized for his achievements alongside county government officials, business executives and nonprofit leaders.  

To view the Westchester Power 100 list, please click here.

Several Mercy College and College of New Rochelle Alumni have also been included in this prestigious list:  

#5: Congressman Jaamal Bowman, M.S. ’06  
U.S. Representative, 16th Congressional District  

#28: Susan Fox, H.D. ’22  
President and CEO, White Plains Hospital 

#46: Samantha Rosado-Ciriello, M.S. ’99  
President, Yonkers Federation of Teachers  

#48: Robert P. Weisz, H.D. ’14  
President and CEO, RPW Group 

#49: Eileen Egan CNR SN ’80  
Executive Director, Phelps Hospital  

#71: Elizabeth Bracken-Thompson CNR SAS ’74 
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