Aleksandra Kardwell Received Top 50 Women In Business Award - 27 East

Aleksandra Kardwell Received Top 50 Women In Business Award

authorStaff Writer on Nov 8, 2019
Aleksandra Kardwell, founder of the Hamptons Employment Agency, was among the 50 recipients of the Long Island Business News 2019 Top 50 Women in Business Award. The award was presented... more

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