Mr. Burgos is the founder of Tonio Burgos & Associates Inc., a consulting firm which serves a wide range of clients in both the public and private sector across the tristate area.
Ms. Salerno has held leadership roles at New York City’s cultural, literary, and educational institutions for over four decades. She has created strategic development, marketing and fundraising campaigns and produced major celebrations.
David J. Callard
Mr. Callard is a senior family advisor at the Eaton Vance Investment Counsel. Previously, Mr. Callard was a co-founder of Pelican Investment Management which was acquired by the Eaton Vance Corporation.
Mr. Greenspon is the Global Head of NYT Licensing & Print Innovation for The New York Times where he leads a division with a large portfolio of revenue-generating products and services, as well as the editorial and business staff that support those businesses.
Mr. Capehart is an award-winning journalist anchor of The Sunday Show with Jonathan Capehart on MSNBC and also an opinion writer and member of the editorial board of The Washington Post, where he hosts the podcast, Cape Up.
Mr. Cox is a lawyer with a distinguished record of service in the domestic and international policy arenas. He has served three U.S. Presidents, four Governors and the Republican Party at the state and national levels.
Ms. Mattingly is an attorney, mediator, advocate for environmental and historic preservation, and musician. Throughout her career, she has been active in a large variety of civic and charitable issues, including civil rights and child abuse prevention.
Mr. Calvelli is the Executive Vice President of Public Affairs for the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), a global conservation organization headquartered at the Bronx Zoo dedicated to saving wildlife and wild places.
Mr. Israel currently heads the non-partisan Cornell University Institute of Politics and Global Affairs in New York. He was a Member of Congress for sixteen years.
Elsie McCabe Thompson
Mrs. McCabe Thompson is president of the New York City Mission Society, an organization that helps children, youth and families in the city’s poorest neighborhoods transcend poverty and create a cycle of success.
Mr. Josephson has 25 years of experience helping build innovative technology companies in New York City. He was most recently the CEO at Bitly.
Mr. Mulgrew became the fifth president of the United Federation of Teachers (UFT) in August 2009 and was elected to a full term by the UFT membership in April 2010.
Ms. McKinney is Superintendent of Manhattan Sites, National Park Service. She is a 37-year veteran of the service who has served parks from Indiana to South Dakota to New York City.
Mr. Noyes is the founder of Attraction Services Company which helps start-up and grow businesses in the tourism and hospitality sector. Mr. Noyes was previously chief operating officer and senior vice president, for New York Water Taxi, Circle Line Downtown, and Water Taxi Beach.
Charles John O’Byrne
Mr. O’Byrne is executive vice president for Policy at Related Companies where he serves in a leadership role on a wide range of assignments. He also serves as General Counsel for Fanvision Entertainment, a holding of Related’s Chairman and Founder, Stephen M. Ross.
Mr. Pohan has been the chairman of NY Waterway since 2002 and is actively involved in the management of the business, which operates over 30 ferryboats on New York Harbor.
Mr. Samoladas is a Senior Vice President, Global Program Management, Citi. Prior to joining Citi, he was a director at BlackRock.
Ms. Toscano is the senior director of programming, partnerships and community engagement for NYU Brooklyn, working at the intersections of art, technology and science.
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