Power Rising: Celebrating Black Women’s Leadership in NYC
At the intersection of Black History Month and Women’s History Month, women.nyc is hosting a panel discussion to highlight the historic representation of Black women in influential roles in NYC, setting an example of how a city’s leadership can and should reflect its diverse population. Moderated by NYCEDC Chief Strategy Officer Lindsay Greene, “Power Rising” will be a candid discussion with the City’s new leaders on their respective paths to become changemakers. Please joins us for this inspiring conversation crafted for an audience of public servants on their own leadership journeys.
When: Monday, February 28 from 4 – 5 p.m.
This virtual event will have an attendance limit, so please confirm your registration today.
Maria Torres-Springer (Opening Remarks) – Deputy Mayor for Economic & Workforce Development
Lindsay S. Greene (Moderator) – Chief Strategy Officer, New York City Economic Development Corporation
Adrienne E. Adams – Speaker of the New York City Council
Anne Williams-Isom – Deputy Mayor for Health & Human Services
Dawn M. Pinnock – Commissioner, NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services
Chaplain Ingrid Lewis-Martin – Chief Advisor to Mayor Eric Adams
Vanessa L. Gibson – Bronx Borough President
Click here to learn more about our distinguished panelists.Register Here