November 4, 2015
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As senior vice president in New York for Delta Air Lines, Gail has played a leading role in the company's efforts to expand operations in New York, modernize aging terminals at JFK and LaGuardia Airports and bolster the economy of Queens.
As co-founder and managing partner of BRP Companies, one of New York's leading developers of affordable housing, Meredith has developed hundreds of units of housing for low and middle income New Yorkers and has helped rejuvenate neighborhoods across the five boroughs.
As the longstanding president of the School of Visual Arts, David has spearheaded the institution's expansion in New York, contributed to the growth of the city's design sector and helped nurture the talent that makes New York a pre-eminent creative capital.
As chairman of Steiner Studios, Doug Steiner has helped spark tremendous growth in New York’s film and TV industry, bolstered Brooklyn’s economy and created new opportunities for Brooklyn residents to access careers in film, TV and digital media.
Lynne P. Brown
James F. Capalino
Brian T. Coleman
Cheryl Cohen Effron
Kenneth J. Knuckles
Barbara Koz Paley
David B. Rubenstein
Kathryn S. Wylde
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Board of Directors
Gifford Miller, Miller Strategies (Chairman)
John H. Alschuler, HR&A Advisors
Margaret Anadu, Goldman Sachs
Jonathan Bowles, Center for an Urban Future
Michael Connor, Open Mic
Russell Dubner, Edelman US
Lisa Gomez, L+M Development Partners
Jalak Jobanputra, FuturePerfect Ventures
Kyle Kimball, Con Edison
David Lebenstein, Cushman & Wakefield
Eric S. Lee, Bennett Midland, LLC
Monisha Nariani, Citigroup
Max Neukirchen, JPMorgan Chase
Andrew Reicher, UHAB
John Siegal, Baker & Hostetler LLP
Stephen Sigmund, Global Gateway Alliance
Thomas Vecchione, Gensler
Robert Zimmerman, Zimmerman/Edelson Inc
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.