Dean Dennis Di Lorenzo (center) with panelists from the first panel on economic growth and prosperity.
Dean Dennis Di Lorenzo introducing Panel One–Economic Growth and Prosperity: Those Who Benefit and Those Who Are Left Behind.
Steven Greenhouse, Former Labor and Workplace Reporter, The New York Times.
James Brown, NYC Labor Market Analyst for the NYS Department of Labor.
Jeff Livingston, Education Policy Expert
Panel One: Economic Growth and Prosperity: Those Who Benefit and Those Who Are Left Behind.
Panel Two: Workforce Development and Job Training–Building Partnerships That Provide Access and Opportunity for All.
Lauren Weber, Reporter, The Wall Street Journal.
Deborah A. Santiago, Co-founder, Chief Operation Officer, and Vice President of Policy, Excelencia in Education.
Lauren Weber, reporter at The Wall Street Journal, with Richard Constable III, Senior Vice President, Government Relations and Commercial Contracts, Wyndham Worldwide Corporation.
Stacy Martinet, Chief Marketing Officer, Mashable, Inc.
Michelle A. Henry, JPMorgan Chase & Co.; Stacy Martinet, Mashable, Inc.; and Deborah A. Santiago, Excelencia in Education.
Richard Constable III, Senior Vice President, Government Relations and Commercial Contracts, Wyndham Worldwide Corporation, with Steve Fiehl, Chief Innovation Officer at CrossKnowledge.
Michelle A. Henry, Vice President of Global Philanthropy at JPMorgan Chase & Co.
Audience members participated in a Q&A with members of Panel Two, on Workforce Development and Job Training.
Audience members participated in Q&A with members of Panel Two, on Workforce Development and Job Training.
Katy Gaul-Stigge, Executive Director at the NYC Mayor's Office of Workforce Development.
Dean Dennis Di Lorenzo introducing the luncheon keynote speaker.
Keynote speaker Danielle Moss Lee, the Chief Executive Officer at YWCA of the City of New York.