A limited number of free student tickets are available for this panel and networking event in NYC on Tuesday, October 29. Transportation will be provided from campus, leaving around 1 p.m. and returning around 11 p.m. If you are interested, please email Makaela Kingsley in the Patricelli Center. To see a list of who is registered, click here.
Wesleyan Alumni in Philanthropy & Public Service (WAPPS) invites you to join us for
Post-Bloomberg New York: Opportunities and Challenges
A Leadership Panel & Networking Event exploring the possibilities for policy & action
under new leadership in New York City.
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
6:30- 8:30 p.m.
The Wagner School at New York University
The Rudin Center, 295 Lafayette Street, New York, NY
Join Wesleyan Alumni in Philanthropy & Public Service (WAPPS) October 29 in New York City to discuss how we – as practitioners and engaged citizens – can position ourselves to continue good policies from Bloomberg administration while also innovating for progress. At this critical time of dynamic change in New York City’s government, this panel of city leaders will bring together Wesleyan alum across issue areas and sectors to consider how best to use leadership change in New York City as an opportunity for all.
John Rhea ’87, Chairman at New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) (bio)
Shola Olatoye ’96, Vice President & Market Leader at Enterprise Community Partners (bio)
Sharon Greenberger ’88, Senior Vice President, Facilities Development and Engineering at New York-Presbyterian Hospital (bio)
John Alschuler ’70, Chairman, HR&AAdvisors (bio)
Moderator: Muzzy Rosenblatt ‘87, Executive Director, BRC—the Bowery Residents’ Committee (bio)
Introductory Remarks: Tracey Gardner ‘96, Chief of Staff, New York University, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, and Member of the Wesleyan University Board of Trustees (bio)
Host Committee: WAPPS–Colleen Galbraith ‘03, Elizabeth Ghormley ‘04, Andres Villalon ‘04, Bonnie Oliva ’04, Rebecca Kirchheimer ’04; PCSE Advisory Board–Sarah Williams ’88; Wesleyan Board of Trustees–Ellen Jewett ’81 P’17, Hirut M’cleod ’00