2022 GALA

Recent Press

Industry leaders support UBI, new study finds
The US Sun, October 06, 2022

Build faster and cheaper, NYC
New York Daily News, by Carlo Scissura, October 05, 2022

City leaders call for civil service reforms to increase jobs
Crain's New York Business, by Brian Pascus, October 03, 2022

How to make the city more equitable for all
NY1, by Rocco Vertuccio, October 01, 2022

Some in Council say Adams’ ‘in-person’ policy discriminates
The Chief, by Crystal Lewis, September 30, 2022

New York ranks second in fintech ecosystem rankings despite major setbacks
Crain's New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, September 28, 2022

City Council debates creating a new office to help small businesses go digital
Crain’s New York Business, by Shelby Rosenberg, September 28, 2022

Can NYC become more equitable? Universal basic income, mobile health units among ideas in new report
Gothamist, by Chau Lam, September 28, 2022

Mayor Adams Announces $35 Million Investment in Phase One of New Linear Park in Queens
Office of NYC Mayor Eric Adams, September 16, 2022

New York City Is Still Struggling to Recover Jobs Lost During Pandemic
Robb Report, by Tori Latham, September 15, 2022

New York Sees Slowest Pace Of Job Recovery Among Major Cities
Allwork.Space, by Aayat Ali, September 15, 2022

In New York City, Pandemic Job Losses Linger
The New York Times, by Nicole Hong and Matthew Haag, September 14, 2022

Goodwill NYNJ Bridge To Tech expands services to break barriers for entry into tech careers
Goodwill NYNJ, September 12, 2022

See the Big Picture: Holistic Student Support with Data Interoperability in K-12 Schools
EdSurge, by Erin Mote, September 12, 2022

Op-ed: Brooklyn leads NYC recovery, but our colleges can help make it more equitable
Brooklyn Paper, by Dr. Miguel Martinez-Saenz, September 08, 2022

Mayor’s Focus on Workforce Development Meets ‘Pressure Cooker’ Program Landscape, New Report Says
Gotham Gazette, by Ethan Geringer-Sameth, September 08, 2022

Google bets on CUNY program to diversify city’s tech talent pool
Crain’s New York Business, by Caroline Spivack, September 01, 2022

Google CEO ‘long-term bullish’ on city as other tech firms retreat
Crain’s New York Business, by Caroline Spivack, September 01, 2022

Speaker Adams and CUNY Chancellor Rodríguez launch Reconnect program for working-age students
amNewYork, by Isabel Song Beer, August 30, 2022

Council Speaker Adams and CUNY Chancellor Launch Program to Re-Engage Working-Age Students
New York City Council, August 30, 2022

NYC’s college system launches effort to re-enroll 10,000 students who dropped out
New York Daily News, by Michael Elsen-Rooney, August 30, 2022

Accessing employment opportunity (with Eli Dvorkin)
Down to the Struts, by Qudsiya Naqui, August 29, 2022

NY begins offering tuition assistance to part-time CUNY, SUNY students
Chalkbeat, by Reema Amin, August 18, 2022

Treading Water: New York City remains vulnerable a decade after Sandy
Crain's New York Business, by Caroline Spivack, August 18, 2022

City blames climate change for sinkhole surge
Crain's New York Business, by Caroline Spivack, August 17, 2022

Behind the law that led to Chipotle’s $20M settlement with NYC
Crain's New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, August 11, 2022

Build a Workforce Pipeline for New Yorkers with Disabilities
Gotham Gazette, by Diosdado Gica and Joseph McDonald III, August 04, 2022

Editorial: As some Big Tech companies pull back, others are wise to still bet on New York
Crain's New York Business, by The Editors, July 26, 2022

Tech bros prosper in New York, but won’t overrun it
Financial Times, by Joshua Chaffin, July 25, 2022

Report: Crypto’s hard year followed swift rise in New York
Crain's New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, July 21, 2022

The Bronx Social Justice and Anti-Violence Forums | Center for an Urban Future
BronxNet, by Daren Jaime, July 21, 2022

Eric Adams says NYC ‘may not have central business districts anymore’ as remote work persists
New York Post, by Theo Wayt, July 19, 2022

Mayor Adams talks tech with new report from the Center for an Urban Future
PoliticsNY, by Alexandra O'Connor, July 19, 2022

Devin Gilmartin’s Canvas Stretches Over New York and Beyond
Commercial Observer, by Aaron Short, July 19, 2022

Adams rakes in real estate donations
Politico, by Erin Durkin, Anna Gronewold and Georgia Rosenberg, July 18, 2022

There are now more tech jobs than Wall Street jobs in New York City
Crain's New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, July 18, 2022

Tech Put New York City’s Job Market On Its Shoulders During the Pandemic
Commerical Observer, by Celia Young, July 18, 2022

Tourists Are Flocking Back to NYC, But Fear of Crime May Be Keeping Day-Trippers Away
The City, by Greg David, July 06, 2022

Experts Discuss Strategies for Boosting New York City Tourism Recovery
Gotham Gazette, by Natalie Rash, July 05, 2022

To save tourism, local players want to swing for the fences
Crain's New York Business , by Cara Eisenpress, June 29, 2022

When it Comes to Reducing New York City Emissions, CUNY Flunks the Test
Inside Climate News, by James Pothen, June 26, 2022

Study finds NYC-owned buildings see nearly 10% drop in greenhouse gas emissions — and Staten Island
Staten Island Advance, by Joseph Ostapiuk, June 15, 2022

Still no money for parks improvements, data shows
The Riverdale Press, by Sachi McClendon, June 10, 2022

Crumbling Infrastructure in New York City Will Cost Lives if Gone Unfixed | Opinion
Newsweek, by Daniel Lehewych, June 10, 2022

Bronx, CUNY-owned buildings lagging in city’s zero-emissions goal: report
Bronx Times, by Robbie Sequeira, June 09, 2022

Key Investments New York City Needs to Make in CUNY This Budget
Gotham Gazette, by Rulisa Galloway-Perry, June 08, 2022

Despite recent layoffs, the tech sector still wants you
Crain's New York Business, by Ryan Deffenbaugh and Cara Eisenpress, June 06, 2022

At Laughing Bear Bakery, A Criminal Record is a Job Qualification
The Crime Report, by Tara Adhikari/Christian Science Monitor, June 01, 2022

Editorial: Labor shortage creates new employment for those who have historically struggled
Crain's New York Business, by The Editors, May 31, 2022

Urban planner Justin Garrett Moore thinks cities need a Department of Care
The Architect's Newspaper, by Catherine Chattergoon, May 31, 2022

Give Returning Citizens Chance to Become Entrepreneurs: Report
The Crime Report, by James Van Bramer, May 24, 2022

How New York City could give former prisoners an entrepreneurial push
Crain's New York Business, by Cara Eisenpress, May 23, 2022

Hoops and Hurdles
Inside Higher Ed, by Sara Weissman, May 19, 2022

For a Just Post-Covid Recovery, Make Five ‘Fair Fares’ Reforms
Center for New York City Affairs, by David Jones, May 18, 2022

The NYPL’s temporary Grand Central branch won over the community. Now it might close
Gothamist, by Ben Yakas, May 18, 2022

Employers Reconsider College Degree Requirements in Post-Pandemic Economic Recovery
Gotham Gazette, by Ethan Geringer-Sameth, May 05, 2022

How NYC Can Overhaul ‘Discriminatory’ Government Fines and Fees: Report
City Limits, by Jeanmarie Evelly, April 28, 2022

City Watch: Council Arts Chair Urges NYC to Boost Budget in ‘Cultural Capital of the World’
City Limits, by David Brand, April 28, 2022

Hochul Announces New State Workforce Development Office
Gotham Gazette, by Ethan Geringer-Sameth, April 27, 2022

Governors Island set for key role to lead global initiatives for climate
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, by Brooklyn Eagle Staff, April 21, 2022

OPEN BX RX | April 20, 2022
BronxNet, by Daren Jaime, April 20, 2022

Council to Examine City’s Preparations for Spending Billions in Federal Infrastructure Funding
Gotham Gazette, by Samar Khurshid, April 18, 2022

How New York City Plans to Soak Up the Rain
Bloomberg, by Linda Poon, April 14, 2022

‘A Very Unique Political Character’: Eric Adams’ First 100 Days as Mayor of New York City
Gotham Gazette, by Samar Khurshid, April 11, 2022

NYS to Create Statewide Accessible Absentee Ballot Program After Legal Battle Settled
Norwood News, by Síle Moloney, April 11, 2022

A Model for Accelerating Growth of Minority-Owned Businesses in New York City
Gotham Gazette, by Ethan Geringer-Sameth, April 07, 2022

Waterfront Alliance secures federal funding for climate resilience plan for Flushing Meadows Corona
QNS, by Bill Parry, April 04, 2022

NYC Department of Parks and Recreation Budget Spurs Debates About Green Spaces and Their Role
NY City Lens, by Juliette Gaudemer, March 31, 2022

The Morning Newsletter
The New York Times, March 31, 2022

Good Morning Brooklyn
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, March 31, 2022

City Council Speaker Adrienne Adams wants New Yorkers to finish their college degrees
City & State, by Jeff Coltin, March 30, 2022

Speaker Adrienne E. Adams Delivers Address at ABNY Power Breakfast
New York City Council, by Council Speaker Adrienne E. Adams, March 30, 2022

Speaker Adams asks the private sector to hire local youths
Crain's New York Business, by Brian Pascus, March 30, 2022

New York Playbook
Politico, by Erin Durkin and Anna Gronewold, March 30, 2022

Unemployment soars for people living with disabilities
The Chief, by Richard Khavkine, March 30, 2022

Pandemic impacts linger for Haitian restaurants, even as restrictions lift
Haitian Times, by Sam Bojarski, March 30, 2022

Entrepreneurship Is Alive in N.Y. Public Housing. Will the City Step Up?
The New York Times, by Nicole Hong, March 29, 2022

Report reveals that a growing number of NYCHA residents are starting businesses
amNY, by Isabel Song Beer, March 29, 2022

Report: 17% of NYC’s disabled are unemployed; Staten Island leads the 5 boroughs in this disparity
Staten Island Advance, by Jessica Jones-Gorman, March 29, 2022

Report: 17% unemployment rate for NYers with disabilities; highest rates in the Bronx
Bronx Times, by Robbie Sequeira, March 28, 2022

Extra Extra: There’s a line outside the club
Gothamist, by James Ramsay, March 25, 2022

Unemployment soars for people living with disabilities
Brooklyn Daily Eagle, March 25, 2022

Amid Opposition, Laurie Cumbo Named New York City’s Culture Czar
The New York Times, by Robin Pogrebin, March 25, 2022

Unemployment Soars for New Yorkers With Disabilities as Challenges Outweigh New Opportunities
The City, by Katie Honan, March 24, 2022

An Inclusive Economic Recovery Will Prevent Crime
Gotham Gazette, by Manny De Los Santos, March 22, 2022

NYC Mayor Eric Adams Proposes Slashing Culture Funds by $72 Million
Hyperallergic, by Hakim Bishara, March 22, 2022

Advocates: NY ‘Fair Pay for Home Care’ a Win for Workers
Public News Service, by Emily Scott, March 18, 2022

Slightly Brighter Jobs Numbers Show Eric Adams Economic Plan Has Work to Do
The City, by Samantha Maldonado and Greg David, March 10, 2022

LaGuardia Community College unveils new effort to re-engage former college students
QNS, by Bill Parry, March 03, 2022

Part-time CUNY students deprived of financial assistance
The Ticker, by Hande Erkan, February 25, 2022

Hochul seeks $150M shift in federal funds to financial institutions in underserved areas
Gothamist, by James Ramsay, February 24, 2022

Is this the year for gig workers in Albany?
City & State, by Annie McDonough, February 22, 2022

Hobby Lobby To Open First NYC Store In Staten Island
Bisnow, by Ciara Long, February 09, 2022

Book Burning Threat at NYPL: Decade of Bureaucratic Delays Postpone Fire Alarms
The City, by Reuven Blau and Farah Javed, February 07, 2022

NYC urged to re-engage residents who went to college but don’t have a degree
Staten Island Advance, by Annalise Knudson, February 04, 2022

Roughly 20% of Bronx residents have some college credits, are without a degree: Report
Bronx Times, by Robbie Sequeira, February 03, 2022

Schatz reintroduces legislation to support creative workers and small businesses
Maui Now, February 02, 2022

Bridging the Housing Gap
Inside Higher Ed, by Sara Weissman, February 01, 2022

Expand financial aid for Queens’ part-time students, report says
Queens Daily Eagle, by Rachel Vick, January 26, 2022

Thousands of CUNY students could benefit from expanded financial program, study finds
Staten Island Advance, by Annalise Knudson, January 25, 2022

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