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When

Where

NOVEMBER 12, 2013
6:30pm—9:30pm

TRIBECA ROOFTOP
2 Desbrosses St., NYC, 10013

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Honorees

Please join us at the Center for an Urban Future's 2013 gala and support the innovative work of the Center and help us honor four outstanding New Yorkers.

STANLEY S. LITOW
As IBM's vice president for corporate citizenship and corporate affairs, Stan has played a pivotal role in IBM being recognized as the nation's most community- and civic-minded corporation. His decades of service include stints as an aide to the mayor, NYC's Deputy Schools Chancellor and founder of the think tank Interface.

ANDREW KIMBALL
As president of the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation, Andrew spearheaded the remarkable renaissance of the Navy Yard, created good paying jobs and boosted Brooklyn's economy. He now serves as director of innovation economy initiatives at Jamestown Properties, and is CEO of Industry City.

DONALD CAPOCCIA
As managing principal and founder of BFC Partners, one of New York's leading developers of affordable housing, Don has developed thousands of units of housing for working poor and middle class New Yorkers and has played a pivotal role in the revitalization of neighborhoods across the five boroughs.

CATHERINE BARNETT
As executive director of Project Enterprise, one of New York's most innovative micro-enterprise organizations, Catherine has helped countless low- and moderate-income New Yorkers become entrepreneurs, grow their small businesses and improve their communities.


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Benefit Committee

Susanna Aaron
John Alschuler
Roger Blissett
Les Bluestone
Andrew Breslau
Lynne P. Brown
Scott P. Campbell
James F. Capalino
Vishaan Chakrabarti
Cesar Claro
Brian T. Coleman
Susan Davis
Daniel Delehanty
Martin Dunn
Gretchen Dykstra
Cheryl Cohen Effron
Jonathan F. Fanton
Bruce B. Federman
Steven Flax
William Floyd
Mark Foggin
Celeste Frye
Alicia Glen
Matthew Goldstein
Betsy Gotbaum
Jennifer M. Hensley
Jay Hershenson
Steve Hindy
Jane Holzer
Jerry MacArthur Hultin
Rosabeth Moss Kanter
Kenneth J. Knuckles
Jay L. Kriegel
Jeffrey E. Levine
Jack Lusk
Lili Lynton
Gail Magaliff
Glenn Markman
Heidi Messer
Ruth Messinger
Kim Nauer
Barbara Koz Paley
Michael Phillips
Bertrand B. Pogrebin
Jennifer J. Raab
Andrew Rasiej
Mark Reed
David Rhodes
Daniel Rose
David Rose
Eldon Scott
Glen Siegel
Lee Silberstein
Merryl H. Tisch
Jeremy Travis
Paul Travis
William Traylor
Bradley Tusk
Jan and Marica Vilcek
Carl Weisbrod
Winthrop Wharton
Jacqui Williams
Harris Wofford
Kathryn S. Wylde
Joni A. Yoswein
Scott Zucker
Ariel Zwang
Board of Directors

Gifford Miller (Chairman)
Michael Connor (Vice-Chair)
Monisha Nariani (Treasurer)
Blake Foote (Secretary)
Margaret Anadu
Gerrard Bushell
Jonathan Butler
Russell Dubner
Lisa Gomez
Jalak Jobanputra
David Lebenstein
Eric S. Lee
Andrew Reicher
John Siegal
Stephen Sigmund
Thomas Vecchione
Robert Zimmerman

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Jonathan Bowles

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Questions about the gala? E-mail gala@nycfuture.org or call 212-479-3319.
About the Center
The CENTER FOR AN URBAN FUTURE is an independent policy institute that shines a light on the most critical opportunities and challenges facing New York City, with a focus on growing and diversifying New York’s economy, expanding economic opportunity and targeting problems facing low- and moderate-income New Yorkers.

Known for publishing fact-based policy reports that feature practical solutions and fresh ideas, the Center is one of New York’s most innovative and influential organizations. Our work is well-respected and widely used by policymakers, business leaders and nonprofit practitioners in all five boroughs.

In the past year, our studies have influenced city policies to grow the tech sector, spurred the creation of New York’s first-ever multi-disciplinary design festival, prompted new city policies to help young adults overcome barriers to employment, led city officials to restore full funding to public libraries for the first time in years and influenced the platforms of mayoral candidates on everything from workforce development to addressing transit gaps in the boroughs outside of Manhattan.
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