Insurers File Proposed Rates for 2022 District of Columbia Health Plan Offerings

Washington, DC–The District of Columbia Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (DISB) has received 184 proposed health insurance plan rates for annual review in advance of open enrollment for plan year 2022. The proposed rates were submitted on DC Health Link, the District of Columbia’s health insurance marketplace, from Aetna, CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, Kaiser Permanente and United Healthcare. The proposed rates are for individuals, families and small businesses for the 2022 plan year. Overall, the number of plans submitted for 2022 is down by four from those submitted for 2021. Changes include the number of small group plans decreasing from 163 to 157 and the number of individual plans increasing from 25 to 27.

“DISB is committed to working with insurance companies to evaluate their proposals and ensure that the District’s insurance rates are adequate and not excessive or unfairly discriminatory,” said DISB Commissioner Karima M. Woods. “Our commitment supports the Bowser Administration’s vision to protect residents and small business owners and help them thrive in a vibrant and equitable city.”

In the individual market, CareFirst proposed an average increase of 11.3 percent for HMO plans and an average increase of 7.9 percent for PPO plans. Kaiser proposed an average increase of less than 0.1 percent. For small group plans, CareFirst filed average rate increases of 2.5 percent for HMO plans and 8.8 percent for the PPO plans. Kaiser proposed an average decrease of 3.1 percent. Aetna filed for an average decrease of 2.1 percent for HMO plans and an average increase of 23.4 percent for PPO plans. Finally, United proposed an average increase of 24.7 percent and 11.7 percent for its two HMOs and 16.1 percent for its PPO plans. Information on the proposed individual and small group rates is available here.

View the proposed rate filings here. For additional information on the District’s Health Rate Review Process, visit here.

The public can comment on the proposed rates by sending an email to [email protected].

About DISB

The mission of the Department of Insurance, Securities, and Banking (DISB) is three-fold:

(1) cultivate a regulatory environment that protects consumers and attracts and retains financial services firms to the District; (2) empower and educate residents on financial matters; and (3) provide financing for District small businesses.

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High fire danger brings burning restrictions to north-central counties (published June 17, 2021)

To help ensure public safety and protect natural resources, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is activating burning restrictions beginning 12:01 a.m. Friday for the southern and eastern portions of Beltrami county, and all of Cass, Crow Wing, Hubbard, Itasca, Morrison, Todd and Wadena counties.

In the area affected by the restrictions, burning permits will not be issued for brush or yard waste; no fireworks may be ignited on any public or private land outside city limits (check with your local community for any additional restrictions); and campfires are allowed only in an established fire ring associated with a home, campground, or resort.

The burning restrictions will remain in effect until terminated by the DNR Commissioner when weather and environmental conditions indicate a reduction in fire danger.

Casey McCoy, fire prevention supervisor, says while residents and visitors in the affected counties may still see plenty of green vegetation, the current fire situation remains dangerous. “Unusually hot and dry conditions have increased the risk of fire. One unintentional spark in these conditions could result in thousands of charred acres and property damage,” McCoy said, “This is a dangerous time for wildfires in Minnesota.”

With little precipitation and more warm weather in the forecast statewide, fire danger is likely to remain high into July. While the DNR and wildfire agencies are ready to respond to wildfires, McCoy says the responsibility for preventing fires in the first place largely falls to the public. “We don’t issue burning restrictions lightly. It’s a matter of public safety and resources. Minnesotans have a history of making a difference on wildfire prevention when they keep safety top of mind,” he says.

Minnesota’s wildland fire management agencies report more than 1,350 wildland fires have burned roughly 34,000 acres since the beginning of March 2021. The dry conditions have been building since last fall, and many areas in northern Minnesota remain abnormally dry or in moderate drought.  

Fire prevention is a shared responsibility. Checking current fire danger conditions at the DNR statewide fire danger and burning restrictions map and following the fire prevention tips above will help prevent wildfires during high fire danger. If you do spot a wildfire, call 911.

For more information, visit the DNR wildland fire information webpage.


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Stephen Colbert’s ‘Late Present’ welcomes an viewers again for first time since coronavirus pandemic

The host welcomed back a full house to the Ed Sullivan Theater, home of CBS’ “The Late Show,” on Monday. It was the first time in 15 months that Colbert presented the show in front of a live audience.

CNN Business was granted access to the taping of Colbert’s return to the big stage, which took place in front of a fully vaccinated crowd.

However, none of those moments truly matched the energy that was in the Ed Sullivan Theater on Monday night. The theater, which is located on Broadway, houses the largest audience of any of the late night shows (its capacity is 400 people). So even though other hosts welcomed back audiences before Colbert, this felt like a New York institution had returned.

“So … how ya been?” Colbert said with a smile to audience members during the opening monologue. “I have not been on this stage in front of a live audience for 460 days. I don’t know if I even remember how to pander to the most beautiful crowd in the world!”

Colbert was the first host back on TV…

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Isles of Scilly: The unique island paradise off the coast of England

(CNN) — It’s mid-morning when three velvet-helmeted swimmers suddenly bob up from deep underneath the turquoise sea.

Dazzles of light dance as kayakers swoosh oars through glacier-clear water, propelling over a kelp forest towards Nor Nour, a tiny, deserted island.

It’s then the divers appear: Atlantic Grey seals just meters away, rare in many places but not here on the Isles of Scilly, an isolated archipelago off the UK’s Cornish coast, slung out into the middle of the Atlantic.

Nornour is part of the Scillies’ Eastern Isles. It’s about 25 minutes of paddling from St. Martin’s, one of the Scillies’ five inhabited islands.

As usual, Nornour’s moon-white shores are deserted, as is the prehistoric village which survives there.

The village has grass-lined circles of stone: remnants of Iron Age huts, still standing despite having been lived in more than 2,000 years ago.

Previously hidden beneath the sands, the houses were revealed In 1962 — along with more than 300 enameled Roman…


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Instagram launches role ads in all regions

Instagram continues to expand Reels advertising, with the new format that will be available in all regions today.

As on Instagram:

“After testing in select countries, today we are launching Reels ads for the world. Reels is the best place on Instagram to reach people you do not follow, and a growing global stage where brands and creators are discovered by anyone ‘Advertising will help businesses reach larger audiences, allowing people to discover inspiring new content from brands and creators.’

I mean, ‘the best place’ for discovery is probably a bit of a PR rack, but the bottom line is that it’s another surface through which you can reach your audience with your Instagram promotions, which can offer considerable potential as Instagram keep up the pressure. Rules aimed at making it a bigger element in the app.

As you can see in the example above, Reels ads will be displayed in full screen format and displayed between the individual roles.

“As with regular Reels content, these ads will run and can take up to 30 seconds. People can comment, such as viewing, saving and sharing Reels ads.”

It’s hard to say how effective the format will be, because it largely depends on the ad and how attractive your ad content is. For example, TikTok ads perform better when they look and feel organic, so users do not simply swing past as soon as they appear.

But definitely, short-form video monetization is difficult. Vine figured it out the hard way, while no other platform was able to effectively merge ads into short-lived video streams, as users could easily skip them through promotional placements, and there was no option to put them in the middle or pre-post.

Instagram will hope that this format will at least yield positive results for its advertising partners.

Instagram first launches Reels ads in India, Brazil, Germany and Australia back in april, before expanding to brands in Canada, France, the United Kingdom and the USA end of last month. The expansion is part of the broader pressure on Reels monetization with a view to building a more sustainable Reels ecosystem, which will ideally ensure that Reels creators are able to be paid for their efforts.

But the true value of the format will take a while to determine.

Instagram did not share any official numbers on the use of Reels, but Adam Mosseri, Instagram head noticed that the option grows “in terms of how many people share and how many people consume”. Instagram also said Reels saw specific use moment in India, where TikTok was banned last June (and Reels was launched not days later)

But it’s still a reasonable way behind TikTok, and with a recent report suggesting that users are now spending more time in TikTok as on Facebook or on Instagram, Facebook will undoubtedly remain focused on promoting the use of roles, as it seems to be preventing its users from migrating over and sucking into the endless vortex of TikTok’s highly tuned video stream.

With the constant pressure, Reels may be a good advertising option, but individual results will vary, and the format is also likely to evolve somewhat over time.


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5 benefits of brands for businesses large and small

When it’s an allergic season, ask for a ‘Kleenex’ instead of tissue paper; you might enjoy a “Popsicle” on a hot summer day instead of an ice cream pop; and you ‘Google’ something when you have to search the internet for information.

These are expert brands in action. Some companies have pushed their brands so successfully that the brand itself has surpassed the general term, as in the above cases.

Good brands are indispensable for the success of your business, and there are numerous benefits associated with it. Having an easily recognizable brand drives new business through verbal referrals, while making it easier to export new products. It also helps to create cohesion within your business and attract the best talent to your open roles.

Read on to learn more about brands and the five biggest benefits for small and large businesses.

What is the purpose of branding in marketing?

It’s easy to combine brands with other forms of marketing, but it’s not exactly the same. Marketing is what you do to send your products and services to potential customers, while branding is basically the way your business presents itself to the world.

Trademark includes the obvious components of name, logo, colors and fonts, but it also incorporates your mission, values ​​and motivations, creating an all-encompassing brand identity that, if done right, can easily associate customers with your business. This is important: you want your customers to do it bird something if they think of your business.

The main goal of your brand strategy should be to differentiate yourself from your competitors and create brand equity, or commercial value that is only derived from the perception of the brand. Doing so builds trust and loyalty among your target market and puts you at the forefront of your potential customers’ minds when it’s time to buy.

Developing an easily identifiable tone and logo, aligning your values ​​with those of your customers and eliciting a strong emotional response to the look and thought of your brand is a sign of an excellent brand strategy.

5 benefits of branding for companies

1. Brand awareness: One of the strongest and most advanced benefits of high quality brands is brand awareness. Customers who already trust your business and recognize your clear color, logo or font will most likely buy your product or service. This way, brand awareness plays a big role in selling your products or services.

2. Manage new business: Word-of-mouth referrals are still the proven way to run new business. This is especially true for small businesses, 85% of them report that oral references were the best way to conduct local business. When customers can quickly and easily recall a brand they use and trust, it’s better to refer your business to their friends and family.

3. Shared values ​​build cohesion in the business: Strong brand equity not only helps strengthen your relationships with your customers and clients – it also helps create a clearer sense of mission and direction within your business that enhances coherence and ensures that you all work towards the same set of goals.

4. Easier to implement new products: If you have a strong brand in place, a lot of the work of marketing and selling your products and services has already been done. Once you have built up some trust among your customers, it is much easier to convince them that your latest product is worth buying. Think about it: Apple does not have to be very convincing to create interest in the latest iPhone, does it? It’s good brand at work.

5. Better applicants: Customers want to buy from brands they know and trust, but the same goes for job seekers. Good brands can help you attract a larger and more talented pool of applicants to your open positions, to ensure you get the best of the best hires.

The main types of brands, with examples

Visual Trademark

The visual components of your brand are some of the most important – and ultimately attention-grabbing – features of your brand. A good visual branding strategy conveys your company’s personality and style to your audience through visual cues (ie are you comfortable and relaxed or serious and inventive?). It helps them to learn from you without having to dig too deep.

Think of Apple: Apple’s visual branding style is silvery, smooth, sharp and new, and this is evident in their stores, logos and, of course, in their devices. You do not need to know much about Apple to understand that it is developing and selling some leading-edge technology based on its brand alone. And that’s exactly what good visual brands need to do.

Social media brand

A large part of social involvement and consumer activity takes place today social media, so it’s important that your business has a clean, consistent online presence in all social networks. Social media is one of the few places where attention is measured within seconds, so it is important that users can identify your business within this short amount of time.

Amazon’s presence on Twitter should set an example for other companies. The company has dozens of different accounts for many of its products and services. Although each account has its own distinct edge, there is a distinct sense of continuity that includes similar colors, colors, fonts, and messages between each, indicating that it is Amazon’s. The bottom line is that users do not have to work hard to realize that your social media account belongs to your business.

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– Amazon (@amazon) 12 June 2021

Corporate brand

Corporate brand covers all elements of your business’s branding strategy, from marketing its products / services to ensuring that all digital touch points are synchronized. At the end of the day, a customer should feel that he is getting the same message from the same company, no matter what part of your business he is in.

Nike is at the forefront of the corporate branding world. Its mission to improve physical performance through athletic wear is ongoing throughout every section of its brand and marketing, from the motto “Just Do It” to its marketing materials with athletes in the zone.

Do not overlook the importance of branding. The right branding strategy can make or break a business, and it’s important to ensure that you have a clearly defined brand that permeates all of your products, services and touchpoints, to ensure that you stand out when you customers are ready to buy. Doing so drives your business forward.


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High fire danger brings burning restrictions to north-central counties

To help ensure public safety and protect natural resources, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources is activating burning restrictions beginning 12:01 a.m. Friday for the southern and eastern portions of Beltrami county, and all of Cass, Crow Wing, Hubbard, Itasca, Morrison, Todd and Wadena counties.

In the area affected by the restrictions, burning permits will not be issued for brush or yard waste; no fireworks may be ignited on any public or private land outside city limits (check with your local community for any additional restrictions); and campfires are allowed only in an established fire ring associated with a home, campground, or resort.

The burning restrictions will remain in effect until terminated by the DNR Commissioner when weather and environmental conditions indicate a reduction in fire danger.

Casey McCoy, fire prevention supervisor, says while residents and visitors in the affected counties may still see plenty of green vegetation, the current fire situation remains dangerous. “Unusually hot and dry conditions have increased the risk of fire. One unintentional spark in these conditions could result in thousands of charred acres and property damage,” McCoy said, “This is a dangerous time for wildfires in Minnesota.”

With little precipitation and more warm weather in the forecast statewide, fire danger is likely to remain high into July. While the DNR and wildfire agencies are ready to respond to wildfires, McCoy says the responsibility for preventing fires in the first place largely falls to the public. “We don’t issue burning restrictions lightly. It’s a matter of public safety and resources. Minnesotans have a history of making a difference on wildfire prevention when they keep safety top of mind,” he says.

Minnesota’s wildland fire management agencies report more than 1,350 wildland fires have burned roughly 34,000 acres since the beginning of March 2021. The dry conditions have been building since last fall, and many areas in northern Minnesota remain abnormally dry or in moderate drought.  

Fire prevention is a shared responsibility. Checking current fire danger conditions at the DNR statewide fire danger and burning restrictions map and following the fire prevention tips above will help prevent wildfires during high fire danger. If you do spot a wildfire, call 911.

For more information, visit the DNR wildland fire information webpage.


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So You Want to be a Social Media Influencer

Image of a smart phone with a large person inside it speaking into a megaphone. Smaller people surround the phone showing expressions of love.

This illustration from MicroBizMag celebrates the marketing power of the influencer.

What is the hole in the digital marketplace that you are best positioned to fill?

Creating high-quality, clickable content that promotes your advice, knowledge and opinions will establish you as the go-to personality for your particular topic. ”

— Mike Mayer

HIGHLAND PARK, ILLINOIS, UNITED STATES, June 17, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Cristiano Ronaldo. Doblas Gunderson. Vartika Kashyap. These names might not be immediately familiar to you, but to their multi-millions of social media followers, their word is golden. And so are their brands.

They are among the most successful types of social media influencers and they have parlayed their formidable social media presence into lucrative marketing power. Their followers look to them for their shared expertise, lifestyle tips and product recommendations. The most profitable brands in the world court the big social media influencers in order to win a stamp of approval, and their social media posts are eagerly viewed by those who, for one reason or another, follow these individuals on platforms like Instagram, TikTok, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.

What is a Social Media Influencer?

Top social media influencers nurture and grow a significant online audience. They are most often a celebrity or high profile person within a specific industry. However, it can also be the case that becoming a social media influencer makes someone a celebrity—or simply someone well known within a certain niche of interest.

Of course, with great power comes great responsibility to put one’s best face forward. All it takes is one ill-considered social media post to risk controversy and cancellation. PT Barnum once said “there is no such thing as bad publicity.” Tell that to Rawvana (real name: Yovana Mendoza Ayres). At her height, she was an influencer whose online identity and brand sponsorship were tied to veganism. So it was, to say the least, off-brand when she appeared in a fellow video blogger’s video with a plate of fish.

The backlash was swift, and her inevitable apology video spoke of the responsibility that an influencer has to their followers.

How to Become an Influencer

Still want to be a social media influencer? You’ve come to the right place. Main Event Digital’s expertise as a digital marketing agency includes helping people develop a unique omnichannel strategy that will establish credibility as an influencer. From developing content and choosing the right social media platforms to maintaining a laser-focus on defining your brand, our team can help maximize your social media presence and avoid the influencer pitfalls.

Why Influencer Marketing?

Chalk it up in large part to millennials, who have surpassed baby boomers as the largest generation group (they comprise one-quarter of the population). Know what millennials hate? Traditional ads. According to a McCarthy Group study, a whopping 84 percent of millennials did not like or, more importantly, trust traditional marketing.

The same study found that millennials likewise view watching television as so 20th century. They prefer live streaming and video on demand.

But Forbes reported that, according to a study published by Adweek, almost 60 percent of millennials are willing to view a brand’s sponsored content “as long as it includes authentic personalities and is entertaining and useful.”

Before you can become a social media influencer, it is crucial for you to ask yourself this very important question: Why? A follow-up question is, what do you bring to the table? What is your expertise? What are you passionate about? What is the hole in the digital marketplace that you are best positioned to fill?

It can be daunting just starting out on the road to achieve the status of a Facebook influencer, TikTok influencer or YouTube influencer. The biggest success stories can boast of hundreds of thousands, even millions of followers. Yet, while these social media influencers have celebrity recognition and can reach massive audiences with a single post, that doesn’t necessarily mean their audiences are truly engaged, and engagement is the name of the game.

Brands are increasingly on the lookout for micro-influencers. What they may lack in follower counts is compensated for in actionable engagement. What makes micro-influencers attractive (besides perhaps their lower partnering costs) is that they are driven by the passion to build authentic relationships with their followers. So don’t let initial low follower numbers dissuade you. Be true to your values, present your authentic self, and if you post it…they will come.

Influencer Marketing Strategy

Demonstrating your knowledge and offering your opinions are key to building your audience. Creating high-quality, clickable content that promotes your advice, knowledge and opinions will establish you as the go-to personality for your particular topic. Disseminating this content is not simply a matter of posting it online. You need to strategize which platform is best for targeting your audience. Is it a blog, social media, videos, webinars, guest blogging, an infographic?

Main Event Digital can help you get the most out of your content. For example, a blog post can be the basis for an eye-catching infographic or its content re-purposed for a slideshow or a series of social media posts.

Another key to being an impactful social media influencer is networking with other influencers or bloggers who cover the same industry or area of interest as you. If someone has written something from which your audience might benefit, ask if you can share the content or offer to link to their site. In return, ask them to link to yours.

Being a social media influencer is an ongoing conversation, one you will want to maintain on a consistent basis. Some of the most impactful content you can create are posts about yourself and your daily life. This puts a relatable face to your posts. When your readers learn about you, they have a better sense of your values and opinions.

It is also important to remember that this is a two-way conversation. Engage your audience; thank them for responding to a particular post, even if they don’t agree with you. Solicit feedback, ask them questions. The better you know your audience, the better you can fine-tune your posts. That doesn’t mean pandering to your audience at the expense of your beliefs. Transparency and authenticity are the pillars of success for a social media influencer.

It’s also essential to stay current, not only on trends in your industry, but on social media best practices and emerging platforms. Determine how most effectively you can use them.

There is much more to know and learn about being a social media influencer. Contact Main Event Digital or call 773-405-3635 for a free consultation on how we can help.

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Axi donates $33,000 to COVID-19 recovery efforts in India

Learn how Axi has helped out Kalpaturah and its gallant effort to combat the covid-19 situation in India.

NORTH SYDNEY, NSW, AUSTRALIA, June 18, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Like many others around the world, the team at Axi has been deeply moved by the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in India. In an effort to offer support to some of the most vulnerable people caught in the health crisis, Axi has made donations totaling more than $30,000.

The contribution is going towards Kalpataruh, an NGO doing extraordinary work across India to provide meals, medicines, oxygen concentrators, and other essential items to those without access to basic necessities. Axi is privileged to help support the invaluable service that Kalpataruh performs.

In addition to an initial donation of US $20,000 made directly by Axi, the company offered to match any individual donations made by employees. To date, that has resulted in an additional contribution in excess of US $13,000 being sent to Kalpataruh, bringing the total raised by Axi and its employees to more than the US $33,000.

As a company, we’re proud to be aiding an organisation that is making a huge difference in the day-to-day lives of so many vulnerable people. We’re also incredibly humbled by the generosity of those within the Axi family who have made a contribution to the cause. This willingness to help is yet another example of the fantastic character within our team and the strength we can draw from our collective culture.

We hope that others are able to draw inspiration from the work being done by Kalpataruh and that the Axi team has helped show small acts of individual generosity can have a significant and meaningful impact on others.

Original press release: https://www.axi.com/int/blog/company-news/axi-donates-33-000-to-covid-19-recovery-efforts-in-india

To make a donation to our charity of choice in India, please visit http://kalpataruh.com.

Matthew Smoothy
Axi
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From Hamptons to New York City, Top-Selling Real Estate Expert Lisa Maysonet Tops $1 Billion in Sales

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Sotheby’s Broker Lisa Maysonet Closes Astounding Deals in Midst of Challenging Market from Hamptons to New York City

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, June 17, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — During one of the most challenging times in history, top-selling real estate broker Lisa Maysonet has successfully met client expectations with unprecedented contract signings. The Sotheby’s expert took up the market challenges in the midst of the pandemic and managed to put numerous deals into contract all over the East End.

“Simply put, I know the market. I know the neighborhood. I know the people. I know the product. I know the process period. “You cannot buy the knowledge that I have in all areas,” proudly states Maysonet. “It is crucial because you know if you are in the wrong hands just one thing can mess up a contract and you will not close. It's very specific.”

With 40 years of triumphant selling Manhattan’s top properties, Maysonet has now proven she is also one of the most powerful negotiators in the Hamptons market. Group Maysonet at Sotheby’s International Realty is considered simply one of the best in the industry.

“There's a lot of change going on. The rules are changing, the tax structures are changing, and you really need to navigate with someone who is trustworthy and who puts the client first.”

With over $1 billion in sales Maysonet is looking forward to a prosperous second half of 2021. Her portfolio of properties has grown as immensely as her stellar reputation with clients who often refer her out to other buyers and sellers. In addition, she most recently started working on historic properties in the Hamptons, as well as such places as Harlem.

“I’m bringing my deep love of real estate and global expertise with me,” says Maysonet, who started her career in real estate at Walters & Samuels when she was just a teenager.

For decades Maysonet has been a key marketing advisor to the world’s top developers, influencing the layouts of and exclusively marketing over a dozen well-known new developments and conversions, such as Park South Lofts.

In 2015, Lisa, alongside her husband and partner Gary Kabol, successfully negotiated the WeWork deal at 88 University Place for $70 million.

“I’ve worked with real estate professionals, architects and developers in markets like Hong Kong, Russia, Canada and Israel,” she says. “I study the product, the finishes, the layouts, the development, how they do things, and bring that knowledge, expertise and passion to the homes I sell to my clients.”

Her new Hamptons office compliments her established Madison Avenue business, where she has handled transactions along the city’s best-known Park and Fifth Avenue addresses.

Maysonet’s outstanding real estate track record has earned her coverage in The New York Times, New York Post, People, CNN/Money, Forbes.com, Manhattan Living, NY Observer, The Real Deal, NY Living, Fox 5, Discovery Channel, WB 11 and Germany’s Proseiban.

She is also a member of the Real Estate Board of New York, Long Island Board of Realtors, Associated Builders & Owners Association, Professional Women in Construction, Association of Real Estate Women, Parents League of NY, Covenant House for Homeless Teens, Children’s Aid Society, and Spirituality for Kids. She also volunteers at God’s Love We Deliver.

“I started in this business in the 1970s and I’ve never stopped expanding,” she says. “I successfully navigated through a myriad of markets, credit crises, 9/11, and 19.5 percent interest rates. Through it all, I never stopped. It’s because I work hard for my clients. I work hard. Period.”

Lisa Maysonet
Group Maysonet at Sotheby’s International Realty
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