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My Note –

It is a long story – but briefly, I am apologizing for dumping this document into my blog inadvertently. I didn’t think it even posted because I was in a hurry intending to make a draft of it on my blog so that when I would be over at my parents’ house, I could access it to email or give it to my daughter in New York over the phone. This is one of several (but this is the most current) research documents of employment possibilities and resources where she is living right this minute. But, by the time she can explore them, she will probably be moved to some other homeless shelter for not having found a job in the last three months. That’s what they do – despite there being a job she is going to for the foodstamp program there and despite having been paying for her baby’s daycare from the little bit of cash they make available to her. It is not realistic in an environment where so many people are out of work and where the unemployment level is hovering around 10% in the US – I don’t know what it is in New York.

Anyway, the document is here in this post unintentionally dumped about resources and employment possibilities, including associations, organizations and some of the businesses generally available in the area of the Upper part of Manhattan in New York.

– cricketdiane

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Other Resources
Non-profit Media – What goes into making MNN? Whatever you put into it.What goes into making MNN? Whatever you put into it.

* Downtown Community Television (DCTV) – An independent non-profit media center that offers low-cost classes and resources for TV and electronic media production.
http://www.dctvny.org/

* Deep Dish TV – A grassroots satellite network linking producers and programmers, independent video makers, and activists.
http://www.deepdishtv.org/

* Democracy Now – The national, daily, independent, award-winning news program airing on over 225 stations in North America.
http://www.democracynow.org/

* Dyke TV – A community media resource center offering mentorships for lesbians in all aspects of video production, video editing, and web design.
http://dyketv.org/

* National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture – NAMAC is a national association of non-profit organizations and individuals committed to furthering the media arts: film, video, audio and digital.
http://www.namac.org/

* Paper Tiger TV (PTTV) – An open, non-profit, volunteer video collective. Through the production and distribution of public access series, media literacy/video production workshops, community screenings and grassroots advocacy, PTTV works to challenge and expose the corporate control of mainstream media
http://www.papertiger.org/

Public Access

* Alliance for Community Media – A nonprofit, national membership organization founded in 1976, the Alliance represents over 1,000 public, educational and governmental (PEG) access organizations and community media centers throughout the country.
http://alliancecm.org/

* The Global Village CAT – Worldwide links to 600 Community & Public Access Television sites and other links related to the movement for Freedom of Speech. The most comprehensive list of U.S. access centers.
http://www.openchannel.se/cat/index.htm

* The Buske Group – Consultant to many access centers.
http://www.buskegroup.com/

* Study of US PEG Access Centers – Useful statistics on public access
http://world.std.com/rghm/

Public Access Histories

* The History of Public Access Television – A short article by Bill Olson – definitely worth reading
http://www.geocities.com/iconostar/history-public-access-TV.html

* Also read this history from the Museum of TV and Radio.
http://www.museum.tv/archives/etv/P/htmlP/publicaccess/publicaccess.htm

* A more progressive view is offered by Doug Kellner in Public Access: Alternative Views.
http://www.gseis.ucla.edu/courses/ed253a/MCkellner/ACCESS.html

* Want more? Dip way back into the portapack days of early experimental and community media via the wonderful Radical Software archive web site.
http://www.radicalsoftware.org/e/index.html

* Then look into the Early Video Project website by Davidson Gigliotti for more articles and interviews.
http://davidsonsfiles.org/

Public Access Centers in New York

* Brooklyn Community Access TV (BCAT) – (started 1991) 718-935-1122, Time Warner Cablevision
http://www.brooklynx.org/bcat/

* BronxNet – 718-960-1180, 252,000 homes, Cablevision
http://www.bronxnet.org/

* Queens Public Television – 718-886-8160
http://www.qptv.org/

* Staten Island Community Television – (started 1983) 718-727-1414, 111,000 homes
http://www.sictv.org/

 

NY State Legislation
* New York State Public Service Commission – Check ‘current issues’ for statewide legislative initiatives, public hearings, etc.)
http://www.dps.state.ny.us/

Policy and Media Activism

* National Federation of Community Broadcasters (NFCB)
http://www.nfcb.org/index.jsp

* Media Reform Network
http://www.mediareform.net/

* Reclaim the Media (NorthWest)
http://www.reclaimthemedia.org/

* Center for Creative Voices in the Media
http://www.creativevoices.us/

* Independent Media Centers
http://www.indymedia.org/

* Prometheus Radio Project – Good source for LPFM issues.
http://prometheusradio.org/

* Media Access Project – General Media Policy issues.
http://www.mediaaccess.org/

* Spectrum Policy, New America Foundation – Good site on Communications Spectrum Usage and Policy.
http://www.newamerica.net/index.cfm?pg=program&ProgID=3

Videomaking

* The Digital Filmmaker’s Resource Site – A smorgasbord of resources for the digital filmmaker. News, job listings, podcast, discussion forums, etc.
http://www.2-pop.com/

* Studentfilmmakers – An online forum for learning and discussing film and videomaking.
http://www.studentfilmmakers.com/

Videoblogging

* blip.tv – A videosharing site that takes care of the servers, the software, the workflow, the advertising and the distribution. Just the creativity is up to you.
http://blip.tv/

* Freevlog – How to videoblog and host your media for free. Plus a substantial list of new vloggers, updated daily.
http://www.freevlog.org/

* Node101 – An open source, collaborative project created to teach and spread videoblogging worldwide.
http://node101.org/

* VlogMap – World map of videoblogs. Find vlogs near and far. Add your feed, subscribe to feeds.
http://community.vlogmap.org/

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http://www.mnn.org/en/about/resources#video

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The Global Village CAT
Links to 700 Public or Community Access Television sites worldwide

New York

Bethlehem TV-18 Public Access Cable Television for the Towns of Bethlehem & New Scotland

http://www.uhls.org/bethlehem/tv18.html

Binghamton Public Access Media Coalition

http://binghamton.publicaccesstv.net/

Cobleskill Shopeg Access, Inc

http://www.schopeg.org/

Dunkirk Public Access Channel 12

http://www.usa-talk.com/talk/NY-Dirs/Dunkirk-NY/2.shtml

Eastchester Government Access Channel 71

http://eastchesterny.virtualtownhall.net/Public_Documents/EastchesterNY_Guide/

Easthampton LTV, Inc.

http://www.ltveh.org/

Fairport Area Community Television FACT-15 – twenty-five year anniversary of PEG television.

http://www.village.fairport.ny.us/PUBLIC_ACCESS_TV.cfm

Fredonia North County Local Access TV 5


Greenburgh Access Television

Hastings-on-Hudson government access channel WHoH-TV

Irondequoit Cable Access Television (ICAT) offers 2 channels

Ithaca College Television

Ithaca PEGASYS – Community Television for Tompkins County

Lockport Community TV LCTV

Mamaroneck LMC-TV

Mayville Access Channel 5

New Castle Community Television

New York: Bronx BRONXNET – The Bronx Community Cable Programming Corporation

New York: Brooklyn Community Access Television – BCAT

New York: Manhattan  Neighborhood Network

New York Columbia University Student Television CTV

New York: Queens Public Television QPTV

Ossining GO-TV Greater Ossining Television

Penfield Community Television PCTV ch 12 & 15

Potsdam WCKN Television

Putnam Valley Community Television

Rhinebeck PANDA Community Broadcasting

Rye City Hall, RCTV

Scarsdale Cable TV (Channel 71) government and public access cable television

Schenectady Access Cable Council SACC-TV

Staten Island Community Television Public Access Channels

Tuckahoe Educational Access

Webster Community TV

http://www.communitymedia.se/cat/linksny.htm

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http://www.cs.state.ny.us/dpm/out.cfm

Outreach Offices

As part of the Community Outreach and Recruitment Program efforts, the Department of Civil Service has outreach offices throughout the state to provide information on State employment opportunities and the Civil Service process.

NYS Civil Service Outreach & Information Centers

Albany
Exam Information
NYS Department of Civil Service
Alfred E. Smith State Office Building
Albany, NY 12239

518-457-6216 — examinfo@cs.state.ny.us
Manhattan
NYS Civil Service Outreach & Recruitment Center
Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. State Office Building
163 West 125th Street
New York, New York 10027

1-212-961-4326 — recruitment@cs.state.ny.us

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 8:30-4:30
Brooklyn
NYS Civil Service Outreach & Recruitment Center
Medgar Evers College
1150 Carroll Street, Room M5
Brooklyn, NY 11225

Phone: 1-718-804-8278 — recruitment@cs.state.ny.us
Fax: 1-718-804-8268

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday, 8:30-4:30

http://www.cs.state.ny.us/dpm/out.cfm

Scheduled Examinations Open to All Qualified Individuals

These examinations are open to anyone who meets the minimum qualifications specified on an examination announcement. See the announcement(s) for details. You may apply for most examinations on-line or by using our paper application (form NYS-APP). See How to Apply on the respective announcement(s).

The Department of Civil Service will make a total conversion to paperless examination announcements on
February 1, 2010.(pdf24KB)
Announcements as of June 28, 2010 Exam Number     Exam Title     Salary     Last Date to Apply     Non-Refundable Processing Fee
28-227     Climate Policy Analyst 3     $81,856     July 05, 2010     $45
28-224     Crime Analysis Technical Training Coordinator     $81,856     July 05, 2010     $45
28-226     Division for Youth Health Services Specialist     $66,375     July 05, 2010     $40
28-225     Lottery Advertising Supervisor     $73,768     July 05, 2010     $45
28-131     Vocational Instructor (Animal Science)     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-132     Vocational Instructor (Business and Distributive Education)     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-133     Vocational Instructor (Carpentry)     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-134     Vocational Instructor (Commercial Art)     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-135     Vocational Instructor (Computer Technology)     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-136     Vocational Instructor (Cosmetology and Barbering)     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-137     Vocational Instructor (Culinary Careers)     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-138     Vocational Instructor (Drafting)     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-139     Vocational Instructor (Electrical Trades)     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-140     Vocational Instructor (Electronic/Electrical Occupations (Repair & Install     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-141     Vocational Instructor (Graphic Imaging)     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-142     Vocational Instructor (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigerat     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-144     Vocational Instructor (Machine Tool Operations/Machine Shop)     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-145     Vocational Instructor (Masonry)     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-146     Vocational Instructor (Media Communications)     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-147     Vocational Instructor (Motorcycle, Marine, and Outdoor Power Equipment)     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-148     Vocational Instructor (Plant Science)     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-149     Vocational Instructor (Plumbing)     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-150     Vocational Instructor (Residential/Commercial Building Maintenance & Remod     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-151     Vocational Instructor (Upholstering)     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-152     Vocational Instructor (Vehicle Mechanical Repair)     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
28-153     Vocational Instructor (Welding)     See Announcement     July 05, 2010     $35
*Fee may cover applications for multiple examinations. See examination announcement for details.

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Last Date To Apply

Applications must be submitted on-line or postmarked no later than the date indicated in the Last Date to Apply column.
Notes

* You may obtain printed copies of our current announcements and applications (form NYS-APP) from NYS Civil Service Outreach & Information Centers.
* Special test arrangements will be made for Saturday religious observers and persons with a disability.
* Our announcements are subject to amendment or cancellation without notice.
* Do not copy them or post them to any other site, but link to the announcement or to this page instead.

http://www.cs.state.ny.us/examannouncements/types/oc/

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Non-Refundable Application Processing Fee

Refer to the front of the exam announcement for the required processing fee. If a fee is due and you wish to complete the online filing process, you must choose the option to pay by credit card unless you qualify for a waiver as described below.

The fee is charged to defray the cost of processing applications. It is due at the time an application is submitted. The fee is non-refundable and, therefore, will not be returned if you decide you didn’t want to apply for that test, your application is disapproved, you do not take the test(s) or you are not successful on the examination. Also, the fee payment cannot be transferred to another examination.

No fee is due if you are unemployed and primarily responsible for the support of a household. Choose the option,  I am unemployed and primarily responsible for the support of a household.

No fee is due if you are determined eligible for Medicaid, or receiving Supplemental Social Security payments, or Public Assistance (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families/Family Assistance or Safety Net Assistance) or are certified Job Training Partnership Act/Workforce Investment Act eligible through a state or local social service agency. Choose the option,  I am receiving public assistance.

If you are a NYS employee in a position represented by CSEA and you are applying for an open-competitive examination, you are not required to submit a processing fee under current negotiated agreements. Choose the option  I am a NYS employee and my fee is paid by my union (CSEA Negotiating Units 02, 03, 04 & 47).  Refunds will not be issued to employees covered by the agreements if they submit a fee.

All claims are subject to verification. Those not supported by appropriate documentation are grounds for barring or rescinding an appointment.
Admission to Examination

We usually review your application before the test to be sure that you qualify. Generally we will advise you if we need more information. You may be admitted to the test pending a full review of your application. If you take the test but your application is disapproved later, you will not receive a test score. If your application is disapproved, we will notify you of the reason.
If you are applying for a written test and you do not receive a notice from us by three days before the test date, immediately call (518) 457-6470 in the Albany area, or toll free at 1-877-697-5627 (press 2, then press 1). We cannot accept collect calls.
Place of Examination

Unless the exam announcement states otherwise, written tests are held in the following locations, although some may not be open for every examination. You will be assigned to the nearest open location based on the postal ZIP code for your mailing address.

* Albany
* Amsterdam
* Binghamton
* Buffalo
* Fredonia
* Hicksville
* Hornell
* Kingston
* Middletown
* New York City (Bronx)
* New York City (Manhattan)
* Nyack
* Plattsburgh
* Poughkeepsie
* Rochester
* Saranac Lake
* Saratoga
* Selden
* Syracuse
* Troy
* Utica
* Watertown

Oral tests are usually held in Albany only.
Contact Information
If you have problems:

If you encounter problems regarding the application process, please contact the New York State Department of Civil Service at appsonline@cs.state.ny.us.

Please be as specific as possible when describing any problems. Be sure to include what you were doing, or attempting to do, at the time you encountered the problem.

http://www.cs.state.ny.us/examannouncements/types/oc/appinfo.cfm#Fee

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http://www.mcny.org/sidebars/careers.html

Welcome to the Museum of the City of New York Career Center.

The Museum of the City of New York explores the past, present, and future of New York City and celebrates its heritage of diversity, opportunity, and perpetual transformation.

The Museum looks for enthusiastic, energetic, and professional individuals to be part of our team through a variety of opportunities such as permanent staff positions, internships, grant-funded positions, and volunteers.

The Museum offers an attractive comprehensive benefits package including a defined benefit pension plan.

If you are interested in any of the following positions, please send your resumé, cover letter, and salary requirements specifying which position that you are interested in to:

Human Resources Department
Museum of the City of New York
1220 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10029
jobs@mcny.org (preferred method)

The Museum of the City of New York is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Museum of the City of New York
1220 Fifth Avenue at 103rd St.
New York, NY 10029
212.534.1672 Phone
212.423.0758 Fax
info@mcny.org E-mail

Museum Hours
Tuesday – Sunday: 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
Closed Mondays (except holiday Mondays and May Mondays)

The Museum is open on the following holidays:

Martin Luther King Jr. Day | Monday, January 18, 2010

Presidents’ Day | Monday, February 15, 2010

Public School Break | Monday, April 5, 2010

Memorial Day | Monday, May 31, 2010

Independence Day | Sunday, July 4, 2010

Labor Day | Monday, September 6, 2010

Columbus Day | Monday, October 11, 2010

Veteran’s Day | Thursday, November 11, 2010

Christmas Eve | Friday, December 24, 2010

Public School Break | Monday, December 27, 2010

New Year’s Eve | Friday, December 31, 2010

The Museum will be closed on the following holidays:

Thanksgiving | Thursday, November 25, 2010

Christmas Day | Saturday, December 25, 2010

New Year’s Day | Saturday, January 1, 2011

Please note that New York Toy Stories is open Tuesday – Friday only.

Directions
By bus:

M1, M3, M4 or M106 to 104th Street, M2 to 101st Street.
By subway:

#6 Lexington Avenue train to 103rd Street, walk three blocks west, or #2 or #3 train to Central Park North (110th Street), walk one block east to Fifth Avenue, then south to 103rd Street.
Ramp access is available at the 104th Street entrance.

Nearby Public Parking Garages

* 105th and Madison Avenue
* 97th Street and Third Avenue
* 95th Street and Third Avenue
* 95th Street between Third and Lexington Avenues
* 88th Street between Park and Madison Avenues
* 89th Street between Park and Madison Avenues
* 90th Street between Park and Madison Avenues
* 94th Street between Park and Madison Avenues

Suggested Admission (as of April 15, 2009)

Adults: $10

Seniors, students: $6

Families: $20 (max. 2 adults)

Children 12 and under: free

Members: free

I’m a Neighbor

If you live or work in East Harlem above 103rd Street, visit the Museum free of charge. Mention  “I’m a neighbor,” and the suggested admission charge will be waived.

Employees may be asked to show ID.

Group Services

The Museum offers group tour services for adult and college groups of 10 or more participants. For additional information, please visit the Group Tours webpage or call 212.534.1672, ext. 3406.

Student Groups (K-12)

Educator-led school programs are available for grades K-12. Please visit the School Programs webpage for more information.

Special Events

The Museum is available for all types of events, including intimate dinner parties, cocktail receptions, weddings, corporate meetings, and executive retreats. Capacity is 250 for seated dinner and dancing and 500 for cocktails. The Museum auditorium seats 248. For more information, please visit the Events webpage or contact Regina Asborno at 212.534.1672, ext. 3323 or at rasborno@mcny.org.

Membership

To learn more about becoming a supporter of the Museum, click here.

Coat Check

All bags are subject to security inspection before entering the Museum. The Museum requires visitors to check backpacks of any size, shopping bags, and all bags larger than 11 by 17 by 6 inches (28 by 43 by 15 centimeters). Please leave oversized items at home so you may comfortably enjoy your visit to the Museum. The checkroom will not accept laptops, cameras, luggage, or valuables of any size. The Museum may refuse to accept other items at its discretion, and it is not responsible for items held in the checkroom.

Accessibility

The Museum of the City of New York welcomes all visitors and strives to accommodate visitors of all abilities. Specialized tours are available upon request.
Please call 212.534.1672, ext. 3393 for more information.
An accessible entrance is available on 104th Street between Fifth Avenue and Madison Avenue. Headsets and neck loops for hard of hearing visitors are available for programs in the Museum auditorium. A wheelchair lift is available for access to the Museum Auditorium, and all exhibition videos are open-captioned.

Visitor Friendly
The Museum of the City of New York is recommended as  Visitor Friendly  by the Guides Association of New York City (www.ganyc.org).

Press and Media Inquires

Please contact the Museum’s Department of Communications at pressoffice@mcny.org to obtain press releases pertaining to current, ongoing, and upcoming exhibitions.

For More Information
For general information and questions relating to the Museum, please e-mail info@mcny.org.

SPEAKEASY AT 1220 FIFTH
Speakeasy
Enjoy the music and spirits of the era on our Fifth Avenue Terrace.
BLUE STAR MUSEUMS
Welcome Blue Star visitors: Active duty military personnel and their families receive free admission from Memorial Day (May 31), 2010, through Labor Day (September 6), 2010.
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BRING YOUR GROUP
Group tour
Book a group tour of America’s Mayor or Cars, Culture, and the City.
SPACE RENTAL
Space Rental
Hold your next event in the Museum’s landmark building
WEDDINGS AT THE MUSEUM
Recently named one of the top 10 museums for weddings in New York City.
RIGHTS & REPRODUCTIONS
Images from the collections of the Museum can be ordered for personal, scholarly, or commercial use. Objects may also be licensed for commercial products.
RESEARCH
Accessing the Museum’s collections: policies, contact information and schedules.
CAREERS
Learn about opportunities at the Museum of the City of New York
VOLUNTEERS & INTERNS
Learn about volunteering and interning at the Museum.
THE NEW YORK CITY 400
NYC400No.2
First-ever list of New York City’s 400 ultimate movers and shakers since the City’s founding in 1609

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10029 zip code New York
Zip Code:     10029
State:     New York
Population:     75390
Housing Units:     29068
Land Area:     .9 square miles
2.3 square kilometers
Water Area:     0 square miles
0 square kilometers
City Name:     New York
Post Office Name:     New York
County:     New York
Area Code:     212
Timezone:     EST
Latitude:     +40.791884
Longitude:     -073.943517
State Zip Codes:     New York Zip Codes
State Geography:     New York Geography

10029 Overview     10029 Demographic     10029 Economic     10029 Housing     10029 Social
General Characteristics     Number     Percent     U.S.
Total population     75,390     100.0     100%
Male     35,128     46.6     49.1%
Female     40,262     53.4     50.9%
Median Age     31.1     (X)     35.3
Under 5 years     5,388     7.1     6.8%
18 years and over     54,262     72.0     74.3%
65 years and over     8,751     11.6     12.4%
One race     71,115     94.3     97.6%
White     20,941     27.8     75.1%
Black or African American     26,012     34.5     12.3%
American Indian and Alaska Native     709     0.9     0.9%
Asian     2,723     3.6     3.6%
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander     65     0.1     0.1%
Some other race     20,665     27.4     5.5%
Two or more races     4,275     5.7     2.4%
Hispanic or Latino (of any race)     43,408     57.6     12.5%
Average Household Size     2.65     (X)     2.59
Average family size     3.32     (X)     3.14
Total housing units     29,068     100.0     100.0%
Occupied housing units     27,465     94.5     91.0%
Owner-occupied housing units     1,941     7.1     66.2%
Renter-occupied housing units     25,524     92.9     33.8%
Vacant housing units     1,603     5.5     9.0%

Social Characteristics     Number     Percent     U.S.
Population 25 years and over     45,347     100.0
High school graduate or higher     25,263     55.7     80.4%
Bachelor’s degree or higher     6,524     14.4     24.4%
Civilian veterans     2,834     5.2     12.7%
Disability status (population 21 to 64 years)     15,650     37.5     19.2%
Foreign born     17,401     22.9     11.1%
Now married (population 15 years and over)     18,278     31.5     54.4%
Speak a language other than English at home (5 years and over)     41,549     59.0     17.9%

Economic Characteristics     Number     Percent     U.S.
In labor force (population 16 years and over)     26,941     47.2     63.9%
Mean travel time to work in minutes (population 16 years and older)     35.4     (X)     25.5
Median household income (dollars)     22,232     (X)     41,994
Median family income (dollars)     24,740     (X)     50,046
Per capita income (dollars)     14,558     (X)     21,587
Families below poverty level     5,684     32.6     9.2%
Individuals below poverty level     26,283     35.9     12.4%

Housing Characteristics     Number     Percent     U.S.
Single-family owner-occupied homes     38     100.0
Median value (dollars)     264,300     (X)     119,600
Median of selected monthly owner costs     (X)     (X)
With a Mortgage     1,554     (X)     1,088
Not mortgaged     1,000+     (X)     295

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80 E 110Th St Apt 1E
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161 E 104Th St
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2130 1St Ave Apt 2207
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215 E 106Th St
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220 E 105Th St
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312 E 109Th St
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217 E 116Th St
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158 E 115Th St
New York, NY 10029
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PO Box 864
New York, NY 10029
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2050 2Nd Ave
New York, NY 10029
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416 E 105Th St
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186 E 116Th St 2E
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230 E 106Th St
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1948 1St Ave
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232 E 113Th St
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New York, NY 10029
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174 E 104Th St
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1680 Lexington Ave
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87 E 116Th St
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1230 Fifth Ave Ste 458
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1690 Lexington Ave Fl 2
New York, NY 10029
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115 E 98Th St
New York, NY 10029
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1413 5Th Ave
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145 E 116Th St
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410 E 100Th St
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338 E 106Th St
New York, NY 10029
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1220 5Th Ave
New York, NY 10029
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New York, NY 10029
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1960 1St Ave
New York, NY 10029
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New York, NY 10029
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New York, NY 10029
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New York, NY 10029
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New York, NY 10029
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New York, NY 10029
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1261 Fifth Ave
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174 E 104Th St
New York, NY 10029
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1220 5Th Ave
New York, NY 10029
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New York, NY 10029
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2110 1St Ave Apt 417
New York, NY 10029
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PO Box 895
New York, NY 10029
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443 E 115Th St
New York, NY 10029
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173 E 112Th St
New York, NY 10029
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New York, NY 10029
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New York, NY 10029
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1270 5Th Ave
New York, NY 10029
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New York, NY 10029
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New York, NY 10029
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433 E 100Th St
New York, NY 10029
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1215 5Th Avenue No 14D
New York, NY 10029
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New York, NY 10029
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PO Box 1201
New York, NY 10029
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1176 5Th Ave
New York, NY 10029
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1255 5Th Ave
New York, NY 10029
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1301 5Th Ave
New York, NY 10029
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1301 Fifth Ave 1St Floor
New York, NY 10029
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1950 3Rd Ave
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New York, NY 10029
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161 E 106Th St
New York, NY 10029
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1680 Lexington Ave
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1 E 104Th St 5Th Flr
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203 E 109Th St
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174 E 104Th St
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345 E 102Nd St Room 200
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212 E 106Th St
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423 E 115Th St
New York, NY 10029
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226 E 116Th St
New York, NY 10029
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4 E 98Th St
New York, NY 10029
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125 E 105Th St
New York, NY 10029
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65 E 112Th St
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236 E 112Th St
New York, NY 10029
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181 East 111Th St
New York, NY 10029
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1249 5Th Ave
New York, NY 10029
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1215 5Th Ave Apt 2B
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2090 1St Ave
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1500 Lexington Ave
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228 E 115Th Stv 1D
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106 E 101St St
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19 E 98Th St 1270
New York, NY 10029
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1249 5Th Ave
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237 E 104Th St
New York, NY 10029
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237 E 104Th St
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125 E 105Th St
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128 E 112Th St
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227 E 105Th St
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The Honorable Gary Locke
U.S. Secretary of Commerce, U.S. Department of Commerce
Clean Energy Business Development

Energy Efficiency Forum Keynote Speaker – Gary Locke was appointed by President Obama as the 36th Secretary of Commerce and sworn into office on March 26, 2009.

At the Department of Commerce, Locke is charged with helping implement President Obama’s ambitious agenda to turn around the economy and put people back to work.

As the first Chinese-American to hold this post in a president’s cabinet, Locke has a distinctly American story. His grandfather emigrated from China to Washington state, initially finding employment as a servant, working in exchange for English lessons. Locke’s father, also born in China, was a small business owner, operating a grocery store where Locke worked while receiving his education from Seattle’s public school system. His strong work ethic and determination eventually took him to the highest office in the state of Washington.

Prior to his appointment, Locke helped U.S. companies break into international markets as a partner in the Seattle office of the international law firm, Davis Wright Tremaine LLP. There, he co-chaired the firm’s China practice and was active in its governmental relations practice.

As the popular two-term governor of Washington, the nation’s most trade-dependent state, Locke broke down trade barriers around the world to advance American products. He helped open doors for Washington State businesses by leading 10 productive trade missions to Asia, Mexico and Europe, significantly expanding the sale of Washington products and services. He also successfully strengthened economic ties between China and Washington State. His visits are credited with introducing Washington companies to China and helping more than double the state’s exports to China to over $5 billion per year.

As part of his considerable trade and economic development efforts, Locke launched Washington’s Competitiveness Council with business, labor and civic leaders working together to effectively position Washington State for success at home and around the world. During the eight years of the Locke Administration, the state gained 280,000 jobs.

The Honorable Jennifer Granholm
Governor, State of Michigan
Investing in Energy

Energy Efficiency Forum Speaker – Jennifer M. Granholm was elected governor in 2002 and re-elected in 2006. She began her career in public service as a judicial clerk for Michigan’s 6th Circuit Court of Appeals. She became a federal prosecutor in Detroit in 1990, and in 1994, she was appointed Wayne County Corporation Counsel. Granholm was elected Michigan’s first female attorney general in 1998.

Since becoming governor, she has worked to transform and grow Michigan’s economy through diversification, create jobs, ensure world-class educational opportunities for every Michigan student, create universal access to affordable health care, and stand up for Michigan workers and families during tough economic times. While aggressively pursuing her top priority of putting Michigan families first, she has also worked to ensure that state government spends every penny efficiently and has successfully resolved more than $9 billion in budget deficits.

Granholm’s comprehensive economic agenda includes growing a new alternative energy sector that will transform Michigan’s rustbelt image to a greenbelt reality, help end our nation’s dependence on foreign oil, and help train unemployed and under-employed citizens for high-demand jobs through the No Worker Left Behind initiative, which has enrolled more than 100,000 people since its launch in 2007.

The Honorable Steve Israel
Congressman, U.S. House of Representatives
America’s Energy Future

Energy Efficiency Forum Guest Speaker – Congressman Steve Israel represents New York’s 2nd Congressional District, including the Long Island communities of Huntington, Babylon, Islip, Smithtown and Oyster Bay. He was first sworn into Congress in 2001.

Israel is a member of the House Appropriations Committee. He serves on the Energy and Water Appropriations Subcommittee, which funds the Department of Energy and Army Corps of Engineers; the Military Construction and Veterans Affairs Appropriations Subcommittee, which funds all U.S. military bases and the Veterans Administration; and the State and Foreign Operations Appropriations Subcommittee, which funds the U.S. State Department and all U.S. foreign policy activities.

Israel was appointed to the Select Intelligence Oversight Panel, which consists of only 13 Members who review budgets and programs by the US intelligence community. The panel was a key recommendation of the 9-11 Commission.

Israel previously served on the House Armed Services Committee and the House Financial Services Committee.

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Israel is considered a leader on U.S. energy security, reducing dependence on foreign oil, lowering energy costs, and creating an innovative clean technology economy. His key energy accomplishments include proposing and helping to pass the successful  Cash for Clunkers  program; successfully leading opposition to the former Bush Administration’s budget cuts for energy efficiency and renewable energy; and passing legislation to restore Obama Administration reductions for hydrogen fuel research and development.  Congressional Quarterly  called Israel’s comprehensive energy security proposals  an ambitious blueprint for energy issues.

In 2009, Israel proposed and passed the  Solar Villages Initiative,  which will spread U.S. solar energy technologies in villages throughout the developing world.

He also passed legislation that will lower utility bills by making it easier for families and small businesses to finance the installation energy-efficient and renewable energy technologies.

Ira Magaziner
Chairman, Clinton Climate Initiative, The William J. Clinton Foundation
Advances in Energy Efficiency and Clean Energy Generation

Ira C. Magaziner currently serves as the Chairman of the Clinton Climate Initiative and the Clinton Foundation HIV/AIDS Initiative. He is also on the board of the Alliance for a Healthier Generation and the Clinton Hunter Development Initiative.

From 1993 through 1998, he served as Senior Advisor to President Clinton for Policy Development at the White House. In this capacity, he supervised the development and implementation of the administration’s policy for commercialization of the Internet and worked with First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton on the development of the President’s Health Reform Initiative. Mr. Magaziner also chaired a joint National Economic Council/National Security Council Initiative to increase US exports and served as a member of the National Domestic Policy Council.

Prior to his White House appointment, Mr. Magaziner earned respect as one of America’s most successful corporate strategists, building two successful corporate strategy consulting firms and assisting major corporations in developing their business strategies. Prior to forming his own companies, he worked in Boston, London and Tokyo for the Boston Consulting Group.

He also served as co-chairman of the National Commission on Skills of the American Workforce with former Labor Secretaries Bill Brock and Ray Marshall, co-authoring the landmark report  America’s Choice – High Skills or Low Wages.  Mr. Magaziner graduated in 1969 as valedictorian from Brown University and attended Balliol College, Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. He has received honorary doctorate degrees from Brown University, the University of Rhode Island, the University of Maryland and the New England Institute of Technology.

Mr. Magaziner has served on the boards of numerous charitable and educational organizations nationally and in his home state of Rhode Island.

Mason Emnett
Associate Director, Office of Energy Policy and Innovation, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Building a Smart Electricity Network

Energy Efficiency Forum Speaker – Mason Emnett is Associate Director of the Office of Energy Policy and Innovation at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. The Office provides leadership in the development and formulation of policies and regulations to address emerging issues affecting wholesale and interstate energy markets.

Mr. Emnett joined the Commission in 2006, serving as Senior Legal Advisor in the Commission’s Office of General Counsel. There he advised the Commission on legal and policy matters related to electric transmission service, wholesale power sales, electric system reliability, corporate regulation of public utilities, and enforcement proceedings. Prior to joining the Commission, Mr. Emnett was in private practice with the law firm of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom LLP in Washington, D.C, where he represented public utilities appearing before the Commission on matters related to market design, wholesale rates, mergers and acquisitions, and regulatory compliance.

Mr. Emnett is a graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center and of the University of Texas at Arlington.

Michael T. Eckhart
President, American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE)
Opportunities in Renewable Energy

Michael Eckhart is President of the American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE), co-chairman of the World Council for Renewable Energy (WCRE), and a member of the Steering Committee of the REN 21 global policy network.  Since its formation in 2001, ACORE has grown to have over 400 organizational members; producing three major national conferences per year on renewable energy business, finance and policy; and participating in international renewable energy policy affairs.

Mr. Eckhart is a member of the Clinton Global Initiative.  He also works through Solar International Management, Inc. on the financing of solar energy (SolarBank), and on the development of a new international debt security called Global Development Bonds (GDB) for the financing of sustainable development in the developing countries.  He has over 25 years of experience in renewable energy, power generation, high technology, and finance.  Previously, he was CEO of the IPP development firm United Power Systems, Inc.; Vice President of the venture capital firm Aret? Ventures, Inc.; Manager of Strategic Planning for the Power Systems Sector of General Electric Company; and a Principal of Booz, Allen & Hamilton’s energy practice.  He served in the US Navy Submarine Service.  He received a BS in Electrical Engineering from Purdue University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Mark Ginsberg
Senior Executive, The Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy USDOE
Global Green Cities & Summary of Day 1 Sessions

Mark Ginsberg was appointed by the Assistant Secretary for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) to serve on a newly created EERE Board of Directors.  In that capacity, Mr. Ginsberg and the Board direct EERE policy, strategies and budgets and serve as  ambassadors  for EERE.  As a senior executive advisor to the Assistant Secretary, his portfolio includes energy efficiency, renewable energy, and climate change technologies.  Previously in December, 1991, until July 1997, Mark directed the Federal Energy Management Program, where he provided leadership for Federal agencies to reduce energy consumption $1 billion in their 500,000 buildings.  Prior to joining DOE in 1991, Mr. Ginsberg served as Director of the Arizona Energy Office, which was a division of the Department of Commerce, where Mr. Ginsberg oversaw energy and solar programs and helped make the connection between energy efficiency and economic development.

He has received many honors, including most recently, a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Alliance to Save Energy.  To recognize his lifetime contributions, the U.S. Green Building Council established a permanent Ginsberg Fellowship in 2003.

Heather Henriksen
Director of the Office for Sustainability, Harvard University
Sustainability at Harvard University

Energy Efficiency Forum Speaker – Heather Henriksen is the Director of the Office for Sustainability at Harvard University. She recently completed a mid-career Masters in Public Administration at the Harvard Kennedy School (HKS) with a focus on energy and environment. While a student at HKS, Heather was a member of the Harvard University Task Force on Greenhouse Gas Emissions, commissioned by President Drew Faust to recommend a GHG reduction goal for the University. Heather is also a partner of Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2), a national community of business people lobbying for environmental policies which protect the environment while building economic prosperity. Heather’s work with E2, since 2002, has brought her into closer partnership with the Natural Resources Defense Council. Before graduate school, Heather was Director of Corporate Marketing & Business Development at Time Warner.

Allan Schurr
Vice President of Strategy and Development, Global Energy and Utility Industry, IBM
The Promise of a Smart Grid

Allan Schurr is responsible for IBM’s market strategy, regulatory policy, and partner management for the global electric, gas, and water industries.  IBM’s solutions include offerings in customer management, advanced metering infrastructure, and work & asset management that integrate the breadth of IBM hardware, software, and service offerings.

In addition, Schurr leads IBM’s utility initiatives for emerging solutions targeting the role of energy in a Smarter Planet, supported by a broad ecosystem.  In this role, Schurr is working with utility companies to accelerate the development of Smart Grid and the integration of renewable energy sources and distributed energy assets like plug-in vehicles.

Schurr is a frequent speaker and has testified before the US Congress regarding the benefits of smart grid technology and impediments to its development.  In 2010 he was named to earth2tech’s Top 15 Connected Car Influencers, and he holds a patent for System and Method for Energy Usage Curtailment and received a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the University of California Davis and a masters in business administration from St. Mary’s College in California.  He is a registered engineer in the State of California.

Presentation Abstract: Allan Schurr, IBM VP of Strategy and Development for Energy & Utilities will discuss the real state of the US smart grid market. This presentation will address the customer value associated with smart grid implementation, investments being made, and the effect of stimulus funding on the market.

Tim Wirth
President, United Nations Foundation
Challenges and Prospects of Climate Change

Energy Efficiency Forum Speaker – Timothy Wirth is the President of the United Nations Foundation and the Better World Fund. Both organizations were founded in 1998 through a major financial commitment from Ted Turner to support and strengthen the work of the United Nations.

Wirth began his political career as a White House Fellow under President Lyndon Johnson and was Deputy Assistant Secretary for Education in the Nixon Administration. In 1970, Wirth returned to his home state and ran successfully for the U.S. House of Representatives in 1974. He represented Denver suburbs in Congress from 1975-1987. As a first term Congressman, Wirth organized the  Freshman Revolt  in 1975, and with colleagues Norman Mineta, Leon Panetta and Dick Gephardt, he was part of  The Gang of Four  challenging the budget process and developing a high technology and alternative budget in 1982. As Chair of the Communications Subcommittee, he was the lead legislator in restructuring the cable television and telephone industries. Wirth also authored the Indian Peaks Wilderness Act of 1978.

Wirth was elected to the U.S. Senate in 1986 where he focused on environmental issues, particularly global climate change and population stabilization. In 1988, he organized the historic Hansen hearings on climate change. With his close friend, the late Senator John Heinz (R-PA), he authored  Project 88 , outlining the groundbreaking  Cap and Trade  idea which became law in the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990. He authored the far-reaching Colorado Wilderness Bill which became law in 1993, and with Senator Alan Simpson (R-WY) he authored major legislation focused on population stabilization. Wirth also organized the Senate Task Force on the Expansion of Major League Baseball, which became a major factor in the awarding of a new expansion franchise to Denver. He chose not to run for re-election in 1992, citing in a front page cover story in the Sunday New York Times Magazine (August 9, 1992), frustration with the ever increasing role of money in politics to the exclusion of focus on public policy.

Rob Bernard
Chief Environmental Strategist, Microsoft
Innovative Solutions at the Intersection of Technology and Efficiency

Energy Efficiency Forum Speaker – Rob Bernard is Microsoft Corp.’s first chief environmental strategist. Microsoft, like most companies with cafes and lunchrooms, used to generate enormous piles of waste by throwing out napkins, cups, plates – and plastic forks, spoons, and knives. But in July 2008, in response to interest from employees to adopt less wasteful ways, Microsoft switched to compostable kitchenware and started composting food waste. These moves have slashed the company’s waste stream from its cafes and break rooms nearly in half.  It s made a significant improvement,  says Bernard, standing in line in one of the company’s cafes – compostable plate and utensils in hand.  It really shows what you can do when you empower people to figure out how to create change.
Bernard’s work is aimed at benefitting the environment both inside the company and through partners and customers. Since taking on the new post of chief environmental strategist in November 2007, Bernard has helped organize and focus what had been Microsoft’s sincere but somewhat fragmented approach to environmental sustainability. His goal: drive innovations for a sustainable planet.

Richard Lechner
Vice President Energy and Efficiency, IBM Corporation
Innovative Solutions at the Intersection of Technology and Efficiency

Energy Efficiency Forum Speaker – Rich Lechner was named vice president, Energy & Environment in September 2008. In this role, he leads IBM’s efforts in helping clients address the issues and opportunities around energy, the environment, and sustainability. He is responsible for defining strategy and managing the broad portfolio of capabilities and offerings that leverage IBM’s technology innovation, deep industry insight, and business process strategy.

Mr. Lechner has a strong track record for driving key cross IBM initiatives that deliver value to clients of all sizes including virtualization, Project Big Green, and IBM’s New Enterprise Data Center Strategy. Previously, he was vice president for Enterprise Systems addressing IBM’s large enterprise customer base and market opportunity by bringing to market a unified set of systems, software and services designed to optimize large-scale IT infrastructures. He has held a number of other senior leadership positions at IBM across the hardware, software, and services organizations including: IT Optimization, Storage Systems, Mainframes, Software Strategy, and Systems Management. Mr. Lechner spent ten years as a programmer for IBM and began his career as a micro-code programmer in the Financial Services Industry.

Mary Ann Wright
Vice President and Managing Director, Johnson Controls
Taking Charge of the Clean Transportation Industry

Energy Efficiency Forum Speaker – Mary Ann Wright is responsible for establishing the business model, product and process technology plan, market shaping and sourcing strategies to accelerate the growth of advanced energy storage systems. She is leading a dedicated global project team that will oversee the Department Of Energy economic stimulus grant program, including launch of the first U.S. manufacturing facility in Holland, MI. She and the team will also address the key challenges the industry must resolve to achieve mass commercialization of advanced battery systems for hybrid, plug-in and electric vehicles.

Ms. Wright most recently served as Vice President and General Manager for Johnson Controls Hybrid Systems business, and CEO of Johnson Controls-Saft. She played a key role in establishing Johnson Controls-Saft as a leading independent global provider of hybrid battery systems.

Prior to joining the company, Ms. Wright was Executive Vice President Engineering, Product Development, Commercial and Program Management for Collins & Aikman Corporation. Prior to joining Collins & Aikman, she served as Director, Sustainable Mobility Technologies and Hybrid Vehicle Programs at Ford Motor Company. In this capacity she was responsible for all hybrid, fuel cell and alternative fuel technology development. She also served as Chief Engineer of the 2005 Ford Escape Hybrid, the industry’s first full hybrid SUV. In 2005, she led the launch of Ford’s first hydrogen-powered fuel cell fleet program. She began her career at Ford in 1988, holding a variety of positions in finance, product and business planning, and engineering.

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Ms. Wright has been recognized by Automotive News as one of the  Leading 100 Women in the Automotive Industry.  In 2010, she received a Distinguished Service Citation from the Automotive Hall of Fame. She was named as one of the  Top 50 Women to Watch  by the Wall Street Journal in 2008.

Dr. Chuck Kutscher
Principal Engineer and Manager, Thermal Systems Group, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Climate Change: Addressing the Growing Crisis with Efficiency and Renewable Energy

Dr. Chuck Kutscher is a Principal Engineer and Manager of the Thermal Systems Group at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory in Golden, Colorado. He also leads the research on parabolic trough solar collector systems and was the co-author of a recent report to Congress on the water use of concentrating solar power plants. He is a Past Chair and a Fellow of the American Solar Energy Society (ASES) and was General Chair of the SOLAR 2006 national solar energy conference, which focused on energy solutions to climate change. He is editor of the 200-page ASES report, Tackling Climate Change in the U.S., which details how energy efficiency and six renewable technologies can greatly reduce U.S carbon emissions by 2030. He is an adjunct professor at the University of Colorado at Boulder (UCB) and a Founding Fellow of the UCB Renewable and Sustainable Energy Institute. Dr. Kutscher writes a regular column about addressing climate change for SOLAR TODAY magazine, and he gives frequent presentations on climate change and renewable energy.

Presentation Abstract: The recent furor over emails and minor errors in a three-thousand page report by international scientists have lulled the American public into complacency regarding climate change. But the rapid acceleration of ice loss at both poles and in mountain glaciers around the world underscores the seriousness of this growing and unprecedented environmental crisis. Numerous studies have concluded that widespread damage from climate change will incur enormous costs to our economy unless we rapidly adopt energy efficiency and carbon-free energy solutions. These technologies are already proving profitable, and their benefits will multiply as we place an inevitable price on carbon dioxide emissions commensurate with the damage they cause. This presentation will review the latest scientific evidence for global warming, explain what targets we must aim for, and show how we both the environment and the economy can benefit from a transition to energy efficiency and renewable energy.

Sean Casten
President and CEO, Recycled Energy Development
Capturing Waste Energy to Generate Clean Power

Sean Casten is an executive and thought leader committed to the efficient generation of energy. Before taking the helm of Recycled Energy Development (RED), he served for seven years as president and CEO of Turbosteam Corporation, a company that helps manufacturers turn their waste energy into clean power and steam. He was also a manager in Arthur D. Little’s energy practice, where he specialized in technology and strategic issues surrounding alternative fuels and emerging approaches to producing power.

Sean’s advocacy work has been extensive. He served as chairman of the U.S. Clean Heat and Power Association (USCHPA) in 2007 and founding chairman of the Northeast Combined Heat and Power Initiative in 2005. He has authored numerous papers, testified before the U.S. Senate, and given talks and interviews across the country on the topic of on-site power generation, particularly on the business opportunities it presents and the technological, regulatory, and financial barriers it faces. Sean blogs regularly at the leading environmental website Grist and has penned articles for a variety of publications including the Chicago Tribune, New Republic Online, Spark, Electricity Journal, and Public Utilities Fortnightly, among others.

Sean was recognized by the USCHPA as a  CHP Champion  for his leadership in promoting the clean, efficient, and reliable generation of power. He is also a participant in the Emerging Leader’s Program at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Thanks in part to Sean’s work, RED has been featured by Forbes, National Public Radio, Nature, U.S. News, and The New Republic, among many other media outlets.

Presentation Abstract: Energy waste is pervasive, creating a massive opportunity for US industrials to lower their energy costs AND reduce their CO2 footprint.  US DOE and EPA studies show that just by recovering presently wasted energy, the US could slash power costs and reduce our total CO2 emissions by over 10%.  In spite of this opportunity, our economic and environmental policies are largely in conflict with each other, framing a win for one as a loss for the other, and preferentially directing scarce resources towards more expensive environmental controls.  This presentation will provide an overview of fundamentals that are placing upward pressure on US electricity costs, provide select case studies of industrials who have recovered waste energy to take control of their own energy future and conclude with an overview of the broader industrial opportunity and how to capture it.

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Coordinator: USDOE?s US-India-China Cities Partnerships for Energy and Environment, Brookhaven National Laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy (USDOE)
Integrated Planning for Net-Zero Energy Cities

Vatsal works on energy and environment policy analysis and international collaboration at the Brookhaven National Laboratory of the U.S. Department of Energy (USDOE). On various national and international assignments, he helps USDOE, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Foundations and international Governments for evaluating long-term impacts of advanced energy solutions and climate change mitigation. He assisted USDOE analysis on energy for the President?s State of the Union Address 2006. Mr. Bhatt is the coordinator of USDOE?s US-India-China Cities Partnership for sharing best practices and technologies and supporting US-China EcoPartnerships. He is a lead author of the U.S. Global Change Research Program’s first-ever assessment of the  Effects of Climate Change on Energy Production and Use in the United States .

Presentation Abstract: Vatsal will highlight integrated energy and environment planning methodology for supporting effective long-term decision making for moving towards net-zero energy communities. The presentation will discuss this methodology with respect to recently implemented case studies of New York City and Hong Kong, to exemplify its usefulness in the cities of emerging economies, which can leapfrog to advanced, efficient and low-carbon energy technologies at lower costs in their quest towards sustainable development.

Robert Cialdini
Author, Chief Science Officer, OPOWER
Persuading People to Save Power

Energy Efficiency Forum Speaker – Dr. Robert Cialdini has spent his entire career researching the science of influence earning him an international reputation as an expert in the fields of persuasion, compliance, and negotiation.

His books including, Influence: Science & Practice, are the results of years of study into the reasons why people comply with requests in business settings. Worldwide, Influence has sold over 2 million copies. Influence has been published in twenty-five languages.  His most recent co-authored book, Yes  50 Scientifically Proven Ways to be Persuasive, has been on the New York Times, USA Today & Wall Street Journal Best Seller Lists.

In the field of influence and persuasion, Dr. Cialdini is the most cited living social psychologist in the world today.

Patrick Davis
Vehicle Technologies Program Manager, The Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy – USDOE
The State of Green Vehicles

Mr. Davis’ department supports over $270 million in annual research funding for hybrid drivetrains, advanced batteries, lightweight materials, advanced combustion and fuels, vehicle systems integration, and deployment activities. He is responsible for two major government industry partnerships, the FreedomCAR and Fuel Partnership and the 21st Century Truck Partnership.
Robbie Diamond
Founder and President, Securing America’s Future Energy (SAFE)
Taking Charge of the Clean Transportation Industry

Energy Efficiency Forum Speaker – Robbie Diamond is the Founder and President of Securing America’s Future Energy (SAFE), a nonpartisan, not-for-profit organization committed to reducing America’s dependence on oil and improving U.S. energy security in order to bolster national security and strengthen the economy.

Since founding SAFE, Mr. Diamond has worked to find new ways to influence the energy security debate.  In 2006, he came together with Frederick W. Smith, Chairman, President, and CEO of FedEx Corporation, and General P.X. Kelley, USMC (Ret.), 28th Commandant of the Marine Corps, to form SAFE’s Energy Security Leadership Council, a group of prominent business leaders and retired senior military officers dedicated to addressing the economic and security aspects of oil dependence. In December 2006, the Council released a comprehensive report entitled Recommendations to the Nation on Reducing U.S. Oil Dependence; a year later, Congress passed and the President signed into law groundbreaking legislation that closely mirrors major elements of the Recommendations.

In 2008, the ESLC released A National Strategy for Energy Security, a new, comprehensive plan that offers the public and policymakers specific solutions to the very real threats posed by our nation’s dependence on oil.  The National Strategy lays out the pathway toward a long-term goal of an electrified transportation system that is no longer dependent on oil, along with the interim policies needed to reach that goal while keeping our economy and our nation strong and secure.

Prior to founding SAFE, Mr. Diamond served as Deputy Director of Community Outreach on Senator Joe Lieberman’s 2004 presidential campaign. Before that, Mr. Diamond was a Director at the Washington firm Fontheim International LLC, working in all practice areas of the firm.   Prior to coming to Washington, he worked with senior executives at Seagram Spirits and Wine Group on special projects.

Mark S. Duvall
Director, Electric Transportation
Taking Charge of the Clean Transportation Industry

Energy Efficiency Forum Speaker – Mark Duvall is the Director of Electric Transportation at the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), an independent, non-profit center for public interest energy and environmental collaborative research. He is responsible for EPRI’s research and development program for electric transportation, including electric, plug-in hybrid, and fuel cell vehicle programs and related advanced infrastructure. He oversees a number of partnerships and collaborations between EPRI and electric utilities, automotive companies, local, state, and federal agencies, national laboratories, and academic research institutions.

Mark’s work is currently focused on: (1) plug-in hybrid electric vehicle research, development, and demonstrations in collaboration with major automotive manufacturers like the EPRI-DaimlerChrysler PHEV Sprinter Van Program; (2) advanced battery system development and testing; (3) electric charging infrastructure; and (4) environmental analysis of the air quality and greenhouse gas emissions characteristics of plug-in hybrids and other electric transportation technologies.

Prior to joining EPRI, Mark held the position of Principal Development Engineer at the Hybrid Electric Vehicle Center of the University of California, Davis. He has worked in the field of advanced transportation since 1990 and has led the development of several prototype advanced vehicles. He holds B.S and M.S degrees in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California, Davis and a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University.

Larry Eisenberg
Director for Facilities Planning and Development, the Los Angeles Community College District
Design for the Future: Zero Energy / Renewable Energy

Larry Eisenberg is Executive Director for Facilities Planning and Development for the Los Angeles Community College District. LACCD is the largest community college district in the United States and is currently implementing a $5.7 billion construction and renovation program under Larry’s supervision.  In this capacity, Larry oversees all planning, facilities development, maintenance and real estate activities of the District. The hallmark of the LACCD program is its commitment to sustainability, making it one of the largest sustainable development programs in the world at the present time.

Prior to his appointment as Executive Director, Larry held the position of Facilities Manager in the Washington County, Oregon Department of Support Services for nearly ten years. Prior to his work at WashingtonCounty, Larry held the position of Associate Vice President for Physical Planning and Development for the University of Wisconsin System for five years. Larry has also held several senior management positions in Wisconsin state government.

Larry currently serves on the sustainability advisory committees of several national organizations including the AmericanCollege and University Presidents Climate Commitment, the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education, and The National Association of College and University Budget Officers.

Presentation Abstract: This presentation will present the need for a holistic design process incorporating a team based process and cutting edge technology to create sophisticated and beautiful buildings that need only as much energy as they produce from renewable energy sources. The presentation will review design concepts, design technology, renewable energy generation technologies, and energy storage technologies necessary to create and support zero energy buildings. The presentation highlights technologies being used at the Los Angeles Community College District today for this purpose.

Scott T. Harrison
Chief Executive Officer, Azure Dynamics
Taking Charge of the Clean Transportation Industry

Energy Efficiency Forum Speaker – Mr. Harrison comes to Azure Dynamics from Hayes Lemmerz, a two billion US dollar per annum Tier 1 auto supplier, where he was Group President responsible for two global businesses. Before joining Hayes Lemmerz in 2001, Mr. Harrison worked for Fisher Scientific Inc., where he was Vice President and General Manager of the Lab Equipment Group. Mr. Harrison began his automotive career with General Motors where he spent seven years in various positions of increasing responsibility at the Delco Chassis Division. During this time he participated in GM’s Supervisor Exchange Program with Toyota Motor Corporation. With 17 years of direct experience in the automotive industry, Mr. Harrison has a strong record of sales growth, lean implementation, new product introduction as well as operations and supply chain experience.

Steve Hauser
VP, Grid Integration, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Building Grid 3.0

Steve Hauser is Vice President of Grid Integration for National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) and is responsible for creating new programs and partnerships to lead national efforts to create a smarter grid. He has been nationally recognized for more than 25 years as a leader in clean energy technology development efforts. He has been featured in numerous conferences and popular articles describing the concepts and benefits of a Smart Grid.

Mr. Hauser was the driving force behind the creation of the GridWise Alliance. Since 2000, he has brought together more than 200 companies to create a broad industry vision to transform energy systems, markets and technologies. Mr. Hauser has also led the creation of new national brands like GridWise and GridWeekTM significantly raising the visibility of these issues with federal and state policy makers.

Previously, Mr. Hauser has held various senior management positions at GridPoint, Battelle and SAIC. During his career he has served as an advisor to numerous clean energy organizations and is former Chairman of the World Renewable Energy Congress. Mr. Hauser holds an M.S. in chemical engineering from the University of Washington and a B.S. in engineering physics from Oregon State University.

Presentation Abstract: For over a century we’ve systematically built a complex infrastructure of power plants, regionally connected with transmission lines to load centers where distribution lines crisscross roads and neighborhoods to provide power to every home and business.  This power grid ensures not only our safety and security, but is vital to our continued growth in productivity and prosperity.  This  public good , an infrastructure built and maintained on our behalf, is aging and overstressed.  While it has served us remarkably well, it is now incumbent upon us to upgrade it to meet the changing demands of our 21st Century economy and society.

We must now build GRID 3.0; a cleaner, more efficient grid; one that meets the needs of a digital and highly interactive economy; and one that maintains affordability, reliability, safety and security for every consumer.

Building a smart grid is the first critical step of many; bringing new tools, techniques and technologies in a network of devices aligned for supreme performance.

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Richard Kolodziej
President, Natural Gas Vehicles for America
The Case for Natural Gas Vehicles

Mr. Kolodziej is president of the NGVAmerica (formerly the Natural Gas Vehicle Coalition) — a national organization dedicated to the development of a growing, sustainable and profitable market for vehicles powered by natural gas and biomethane. NGVAmerica represents more than 100 engine, vehicle and equipment manufacturers; fleet operators and service providers, natural gas companies, and environmental groups and government organizations interested in the promotion and use of natural gas and biomethane as transportation fuels.

Prior to joining the NGVAmerica in 1996, Mr. Kolodziej was group vice president of the American Gas Association where he held a number of senior positions including vice president of planning, vice president of communications, and senior vice president of marketing and communications.

Mr. Kolodziej serves on committees of a number of energy and alternative fuel vehicle organizations. He is the President of the International Association of Natural Gas Vehicles, president of the American Biogas Alliance and a member of the Alternative Fuels Committee of the Transportation Research Board. He also serves on the Board of Governors of the National Energy Foundation, and the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

Kolodziej holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from Rutgers University and a master’s degree in urban and regional planning from the University of California at Los Angeles.

Richard Lowenthal
Founder and CEO, Coulomb Technologies
Taking Charge of the Clean Transportation Industry

Energy Efficiency Forum Speaker – Richard Lowenthal is the CEO of Coulomb Technologies, which he co-founded in 2007. From 1998 until 2007 he was instrumental in starting several companies, including Lightera, Pipal Systems and Procket Networks. From 1996 to 1997, Mr. Lowenthal was vice president and general manager of Cisco’s WAN Access Products Division. From 1990 through 1995, Mr. Lowenthal was vice president of research and development for StrataCom, a telecommunications equipment company. Prior to StrataCom, Mr. Lowenthal was co-founder and vice president of engineering for Stardent Computers, and vice president of engineering for Convergent Technologies.

Mr. Lowenthal is also a former Mayor of Cupertino, California, and has been heavily involved in the non-profit world. He has a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from UC Berkeley.

Tim McDougal
Associate Partner, CRM Energy & Utilities, IBM Global Business Services
Customer Expectations in a Smart Grid World

Timothy E. McDougal is an Associate Partner in the Energy and Utilities Strategy and Transformation Practice of IBM Global Business Services.  Mr. McDougal has more than fifteen years of experience as a CRM subject matter professional and has worked with several major utilities to develop strategies for responding to evolving customer expectations in the era of Smart Grid.

Presentation Abstract: The evolution of the relationship between the customer and the utility will present new challenges to the status quo.  Two prominent factors present themselves as different sides of the same troublesome (or opportunistic) equation: the rise of an engaged customer, and how the utility will be transformed by using new technologies.  This transformation will draw most utility concerns into areas where they have less experience and comfort than they have had in the past.  Utility leaders should be asking themselves:

–     How can we maximize the capabilities provided by Smart Grid to change our relationships with customers at the lowest operational cost?
–     Which customers are most likely to adopt and use these capabilities and how can we best reach them?
–     How do we better understand our customers and deliver upon their expectations?

Neil McPhail
SVP and General Manager, Best Buy Company, Inc.
Innovative Solutions at the Intersection of Technology and Efficiency

Energy Efficiency Forum Speaker

The Honorable Jeff Merkley
U.S. Senator, Oregon
Energy Legislation in Congress

Energy Efficiency Forum Speaker – Oregon’s Senator Jeff Merkley has spent his lifetime in public service and his entire career has been grounded in a simple philosophy – that each of us has a responsibility to make the community, the nation, and the planet a better place. In 2008, Oregonians took note of his thoughtful, solutions-oriented, policy-making style and elected him the first Oregonian to defeat an incumbent U.S. Senator in over 40 years. Previously, Senator Merkley served in the U.S. House of Representatives, winning his first campaign in 1998. He was elected Democratic Leader in 2003 and Speaker in 2007. As the first Democratic Speaker in 16 years and with only a two-seat majority, he brought Democrats, Republicans and citizens together to make real progress addressing Oregon’s challenges. His session as Speaker was described by the Oregonian as  Oregon’s most productive in a generation.  As a U.S. Senator today, he is working to create green collar jobs, curb greenhouse gases that cause global warming and help preserve our planet for generations to come. Senator Merkley earned a graduate degree in Public Policy at Princeton’s Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs.

Eric Miller
Senior Vice President, Solutions, Trilliant
A Secure and Cost-Effective Smart Grid

Eric Miller’s career in the energy industry spans more than twenty-five years, combining entrepreneurial, strategic, marketing, and product leadership in the areas of enterprise software, energy efficiency, customer data collection, renewable energy development, and wholesale power marketing. Prior to joining Trilliant, Mr. Miller was Vice President of Software for Itron and Vice President of Strategy for Silicon Energy. He holds a MS in Resource Systems from the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College and a BA in Physics from Colorado College.

Presentation Abstract: To achieve the long term promise and full benefits of the Smart Grid for consumers and utility operators, it will be critical to go beyond basic meter reading and focus as well on additional applications such as consumer energy efficiency solutions, electric vehicle integration and grid automation.  Trilliant will focus on the critical elements of architecture, standards, and enterprise integration necessary to support these wide ranging applications securely, cost effectively, and with the ability to adapt to evolving needs and standards into the future.
Sanjib Mishra
Special Officer, Housing & Urban Development Department of the Government of Orissa
Co-Benefits of Energy and Climate Change Policies in Bhubaneswar

Sanjib Mishra, is a Special Officer in Urban Reform Cell in Housing & Urban Development Department of the Government of Orissa. Mr. Mishra, a 1981 batch Orissa Administrative Service (OAS) officer, has experience of serving in Khurda (Bhubaneswar) District Administration and Bhubaneswar Municipal Corporation, for more than seven years.
Ananta Narayan Jena
Mayor, Bhubaneswar
Co-Benefits of Energy and Climate Change Policies in Bhubaneswar

Ananta Narayan Jena, Mayor of Bhubaneswar, is a lawyer by profession. For the second consecutive term, he is striving to take the city of Bhubaneswar, India towards sustainability. Along with his colleagues, Mr. Jena will outline a climate neutral approach in providing all city services.

Piyush Ranjan Rout
Executive Director, City Managers’ Association Orissa
Co-Benefits of Energy and Climate Change Policies in Bhubaneswar

Piyush Ranjan Rout, Ph.D, is the Executive Director of City Managers’ Association Orissa and co founder of the Local Governance Network. His major contribution to cities in recent days includes promoting Low Carbon strategies for Indian Cities and knowledge dissemination on Climate Neutral Decision Making process in Local Governments.

Tom Reddoch, Ph.D.
Executive Director of Energy Efficiency, Electric Power Research Institute
Taking Charge of the Clean Energy Industry

Energy Efficiency Forum Speaker – Dr. Thomas Reddoch is Manager of the Energy Utilization Research area of the Power Delivery & Markets Sector. His program management responsibilities include the Energy Efficiency Initiative, Electric Transportation, and Distributed Generation and Storage programs.

Before joining EPRI in 2007, Dr. Reddoch had a 30-year career specializing in the development and deployment of new methodology and technology to solve electric utility industry problems. He served as an executive officer at several early-stage and developmental technology companies. Prior to that, he was co-founder and Executive Vice President of Electrotek Concepts, Inc., a high tech engineering firm focused on applications in the electric utility industry for load management, distribution automation, renewable energy resources, power quality, and pricing systems technology.

In 1985, Dr. Reddoch was a member of the team that established EPRI’s Power Electronics Applications Center (PEAC) in conjunction with the Tennessee Center for Research and Development. Before that, he was a Program Director at Oak Ridge National Laboratory where he directed and managed a major national R&D program for the U.S. Department of Energy in electric power systems research.

Dr. Reddoch received a BS degree in electrical engineering and an MES degree in engineering science from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas. He holds a PhD in electrical engineering from Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge.

David Sandalow
Assistant Secretary for Policy and International Affairs, U.S. Department of Energy
On the Road to a Clean Energy Future

Energy Efficiency Forum Speaker – David Sandalow serves as Assistant Secretary for Policy and International Affairs with the U.S. Department of Energy. Most recently, he was an Energy & Environment Scholar and a Senior Fellow in the Foreign Policy Studies Program of the Brookings Institution. He also served as the Energy & Climate Change Working Group Chair of the Clinton Global Initiative. He is the editor of Plug-In Electric Vehicles: What Role for Washington? (Brookings Press, 2009), author of Freedom from Oil (McGraw-Hill, 2008) and has written widely on energy and environmental policy.
Previously, Mr. Sandalow served as Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans, Environment and Science; Senior Director for Environmental Affairs, National Security Council; Associate Director for the Global Environment, White House Council on Environmental Quality, and Executive Vice President, World Wildlife Fund-US. He has a B.A. in Philosophy from Yale College and a J.D. degree from the University of Michigan Law School.

Stephen Stokes
Vice President of Research, AMR Research
Innovative Solutions at the Intersection of Technology and Efficiency

Energy Efficiency Forum Speaker – Dr. Stephen Stokes brings over 20 years of experience working at the interface of climate change, research, teaching, and consultancy to AMR Research. His primary responsibility is guiding companies in understanding risks and exploring opportunities presented by the challenges of climate change and sustainability. Stephen additionally contributes to aspects of research and advisory services in the mining and industrial chemicals sectors.

Before joining AMR Research, Stephen worked as a Resources and Environmental Manager at Perry Resources Ltd. He also served as CEO and Executive Director at Andrew.Stewart Holdings Ltd, which provides advisory, IT solutions, planning, and carbon management services to business interests and local government in Australasia.

Stephen earned his MSc in Earth Sciences from the University of Waikato, his MBA from the University of Auckland, and his Doctorate in Climate Change and Applied Physics from the University of Oxford. Stephen remained at Oxford for much of the earlier portions of his career where he researched, consulted, and taught on the Environment Change and Management program and other interdisciplinary programs.

Andrew Thomas
Senior Vice President, Operation, World Energy Solutions
Demand More from Demand Response: How to Get Higher Payments with Online Auctions

Energy Efficiency Forum Speaker – Andrew Thomas is responsible for leading operations for the company’s growing renewable energy, environmental and wholesale power lines of business. He brings a breadth of experience to this role, having served as vice president across retail operations and business development capacities throughout World Energy’s growth. Andrew is a veteran manager in the deregulated energy industry and has been involved in the competitive electricity markets since the first state opened in 1996. Prior to joining World Energy in 2002, Andrew was with XENERGY (now KEMA Consulting), where he was a key team member in contracting the first competitively sold kWh in the country. Andrew holds an MBA with a focus on eBusiness from Cornell University and a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Union College.
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During the summer months, New Yorkers are especially vulnerable to heat-related hazards. On warm summer days, the city can be as much as 10 degrees warmer than its surrounding areas. The city’s infrastructure — largely made up of asphalt, concrete and metal — traps the heat. This is known as the  urban heat island  effect.

Heat waves are particularly dangerous for children, seniors, people with cardiovascular disease, and people taking psychotropic and other medications. In July and August of 2006, extreme heat waves gripped New York City, claiming 46 lives and disrupting power throughout pockets of the city. In France, a blistering heat wave in August 2003 left an estimated 15,000 dead, many of whom were seniors. In July 1995, a two-week long Chicago heat wave — which saw the heat index peak at 119°F — claimed 465 lives. More than half of the victims were 75 or older. According to the Centers for Disease Control, social isolation and the inability to care for oneself put a person at greater risk for heat-related illness.

A heat wave’s duration plays an important role in how people are affected. Studies show that a significant rise in heat-related illnesses occurs when excessive heat lasts for more than two days. Spending even two hours per day in air-conditioned spaces can significantly reduce the number of heat-related illnesses.

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Quick Heat-Beating Tips

* If possible, stay out of the sun. When in the sun, wear sunscreen (at least SPF 15) and a hat to protect your face and head.
* Use an air conditioner if you have one. Set the thermostat no lower than 78 degrees.
* If you do not have an air conditioner, keep rooms well-ventilated with open windows and fans. Consider going to a public pool, air-conditioned store, mall, movie theater, or cooling center.
* Fans work best at night, when they can bring in cooler air from outside.
* Make a special effort to check on your neighbors during a heat wave, especially if they are seniors, young children, and people with special needs. Many older New Yorkers live alone and could suffer unnecessarily in the heat because they are isolated from friends and family.
* Seniors and others who may be sensitive to extreme heat should contact friends, neighbors, or relatives at least twice a day during a heat wave.
* Drink fluids – particularly water – even if you do not feel thirsty.* Avoid beverages containing alcohol, caffeine, or high amounts of sugar.
* Wear lightweight, light-colored, loose clothing that covers as much of your skin as possible.
* Never leave children, pets, or those who require special care in a parked car during periods of intense summer heat.
* Avoid strenuous activity, especially during the sun’s peak hours – 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. If you must engage in strenuous activity, do it during the coolest part of the day, usually in the morning between 4 a.m. and 7 a.m.
* Cool showers or baths may be helpful, but avoid extreme temperature changes. Never take a shower immediately after becoming overheated – extreme temperature changes may make you ill, nauseated, or dizzy.
* During heat emergencies, the City may open cooling centers. If cooling centers are open, call 311 (TTY: 212-504-4115) or locate a center online.

*People with heart, kidney or liver disease, or on fluid restricted diets should check with their doctors before increasing fluid intake.

Heat-Related Illnesses

Seek help if you feel symptoms of heat-related illness.

HEAT CRAMPS: Heat cramps are muscular pains and spasms, usually in the leg or stomach muscles, resulting from heavy exertion during extreme heat. Heat cramps usually occur when the heat index is between 90 and 105 degrees. Although heat cramps are the least severe of all heat-related health problems, they are often the first signal that the body is having trouble coping with the heat and should be treated immediately with rest and fluids. Stretching, gentle massaging of the spasms, or direct, firm pressure on cramps can reduce pain. Seek medical attention if pain is severe or nausea occurs.

HEAT EXHAUSTION: Heat exhaustion occurs when body fluids are lost through heavy sweating due to vigorous exercise or working in a hot, humid place. Blood flow to the skin increases, causing blood flow to vital organs to decrease. Symptoms include: sweating, pale and clammy skin, fatigue, headache, dizziness, shallow breaths, and a weak pulse.

Heat exhaustion should be treated with rest in a cool area, sipping water or electroyte solutions, applying cool and wet cloths, elevating the feet 12 inches, and further medical treatment in severe cases. If not treated, the victim’s condition may escalate to heat stroke. If the victim does not respond to basic treatment, seek medical attention. Heat exhaustion usually occurs when the heat index is between 90 and 105 degrees.

HEAT STROKE: Heat stroke — also called  sunstroke  — occurs when the victim’s temperature control system, which produces perspiration to cool the body, stops working. The skin is flushed, hot and dry, and body temperature may be elevated. In fact, body temperature can rise so high that brain damage and death may result if the body is not cooled quickly. The victim may also be confused, develop seizures, breathe shallowly, and have a weak, rapid pulse.

Heat stroke is the most serious heat-related illness and people exhibiting its symptoms should seek emergency medical attention. Heat stroke usually occurs when the heat index is 130 degrees or higher, but can occur when the heat index surpasses 105 degrees.

Learn more about heat-related illnesses through the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

Ozone Levels and Your Health

Ozone, a major component of smog, is created in the presence of sunlight by reactions of chemicals found in gasoline vapors and emissions from cars and industrial smoke stacks. Hot summer weather can increase ozone levels.

The Environmental Protection Agency monitors ozone levels and issues air quality forecasts. When ozone levels in the unhealthy range are expected, New Yorkers are advised to limit vigorous outdoor physical activity during the afternoon and early evening hours when ozone levels are at their highest. If you have asthma or other respiratory problems, stay in an area where it is cool and the air is filtered or air-conditioned. Outdoor exercise should be scheduled for the morning hours whenever possible.
Children are generally more at risk to the effects of ozone, especially in the summer as children tend to spend more time outdoors. People who exercise moderately (such as jogging) are also at risk, because breathing rate increases with exercise and the amount of ozone delivered into the lung per minute increases. Additionally, ozone can have a dramatic effect on people with asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or those sensitive to ozone.

Symptoms associated with unhealthy levels of ozone include:

* Chest pain
* Coughing & wheezing
* Lung & nasal congestion
* Labored breathing
* Nausea
* Eye & nose irritation
* Faster breathing
* Sore throat

High ozone levels can also decrease lung function, increase susceptibility to respiratory infection, and aggravate asthma and other chronic lung diseases. Schedule outdoor exercise and children’s outdoor activities for the morning hours. Individuals who experience respiratory symptoms or chest pain should consult their doctors.

To help reduce ozone levels:

* Avoid driving, especially on hot summer days. Use mass transit, walk, or carpool instead.
* Be careful not to spill gasoline and fill your gas tank during the cooler evening hours.
* Keep your car properly tuned and maintained.
* Seal containers of household cleaners, solvents, and chemicals to prevent evaporation of chemicals that can contribute to ozone formation.

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Elected Officials

Local

State

Federal
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg
City Hall
New York, NY 10007
311 or 212-NEW-YORK
Website
Manhattan Borough President Borough Pres. Scott M. Stringer
1 Centre Street, 19th Floor
New York, NY 10007
212-669-8300
Website
City Comptroller John C. Liu
1 Centre Street
New York, NY 10007
(212) 669-3500
Website
Public Advocate Bill de Blasio
1 Centre Street, 15th Floor
New York, NY 10007
(212) 669-7200
Website
Council District #4 Daniel R. Garodnick
211 East 43rd Street, Suite 2004
New York, NY 10017
212-818-0580
Website
Council District #5 Jessica S. Lappin
330 East 63rd Street (Suite 1K)
New York, NY 10065
212-980-1808
Website
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr.
One Hogan Place
New York, NY 10013
(212) 335-9000
Website

Governor David A. Paterson
State Capitol
Albany, NY 12224
518-474-8390
Website
State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo
The Capitol
Albany, NY 12224-0341
(518) 474-7330
Website
State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli
110 State Street
Albany, NY 12236
518-474-4044
Website
State Senate District #26 Liz Krueger
211 East 43rd St., Suite 1300
New York, NY 10017
212-490-9535
Website
State Senate District #28 Jose M. Serrano
157 East 104th Street (Ground Level)
New York, NY 10029
212-828-5829
Website
State Assembly District #65 Micah Z. Kellner
1672 First Ave.
New York, NY 10128
212-860-4906
Website
State Assembly District #68 Adam Clayton Powell IV
107 East 116th Street
New York, NY 10029
212-828-3953
Website
State Assembly District #73 Jonathan L. Bing
360 E. 57th Street, Mezzanine
New York, NY 10022
212-605-0937
Website

President Barack Obama
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500
202-456-1111
Website
Vice President Joe Biden
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500
Website
Senior Senator Charles E. Schumer
757 Third Avenue Suite 17-02
New York, NY 10017
212-486-4430
Website
Junior Senator Kirsten Gillibrand
531 Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510
202-224-4451
Website
US Congressional District #14 Carolyn Maloney
2331 Rayburn House Office Bldg.
Washington, DC 20515
212-860-0606
Website

Demographics (Census 2000)

Number

Percent
Total population

44,987

100.0
SEX AND AGE

Male

20,340

45.2
Female

24,647

54.8
Under 5 years

2,076

4.6
5 to 9 years

1,625

3.6
10 to 14 years

1,309

2.9
15 to 19 years

1,013

2.3
20 to 24 years

2,521

5.6
25 to 34 years

11,033

24.5
35 to 44 years

7,561

16.8
45 to 54 years

6,674

14.8
55 to 59 years

3,000

6.7
60 to 64 years

2,262

5.0
65 to 74 years

3,303

7.3
75 to 84 years

1,841

4.1
85 years and over

769

1.7
Median age (years)

38.3

(X)
18 years and over

39,253

87.3
Male

17,477

38.8
Female

21,776

48.4
21 years and over

38,806

86.3
62 years and over

7,142

15.9
65 years and over

5,913

13.1
Male

2,539

5.6
Female

3,374

7.5
RACE

One race

44,235

98.3
White

40,928

91.0
Black or African American

579

1.3
American Indian and Alaska Native

26

0.1
Asian

2,257

5.0
Asian Indian

386

0.9
Chinese

652

1.4
Filipino

259

0.6
Japanese

504

1.1
Korean

319

0.7
Vietnamese

28

0.1
Other Asian

109

0.2
Hispanic or Latino (of any race)

1,867

4.2
Mexican

212

0.5
Puerto Rican

469

1.0
Cuban

193

0.4
Other Hispanic or Latino

993

2.2
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander

12

0.0
Native Hawaiian

5

0.0
Guamanian or Chamorro

1

0.0
Samoan

4

0.0
Other Pacific Islander

2

0.0
Some other race

433

1.0
Two or more races

752

1.7
HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE

Total households

26,113

100.0
Family households (families)

9,248

35.4
With own children under 18 years

3,526

13.5
Married-couple family

7,903

30.3
With own children under 18 years

2,994

11.5
Female householder, no husband present

1,002

3.8
With own children under 18 years

428

1.6
Nonfamily households

16,865

64.6
Householder living alone

14,153

54.2
Householder 65 years and over

2,550

9.8
Households with individuals under 18 years

3,588

13.7
Households with individuals 65 years and over

4,732

18.1
Average household size

1.72

(X)
Average family size

2.66

(X)

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT (highest level) Census 2000

Both sexes

Male

Female
Population 18 to 24 years

2,879

1,227

1,652
Less than high school graduate

184

114

70
High school graduate (incl. equivalency)

191

106

85
Some college or associate degree

575

253

322
Bachelor’s degree or higher

1,929

754

1,175
Population 25 years and over

36,366

16,184

20,182
Less than 5th grade

84

36

48
5th to 8th grade

266

96

170
9th to 12th grade, no diploma

763

350

413
High school graduate (incl. equivalency)

2,432

921

1,511
Some college credit, less than 1 year

712

269

443
1 or more years of college, no degree

2,865

1,127

1,738
Associate degree

974

281

693
Bachelor’s degree

14,396

6,138

8,258
Master’s degree

7,979

3,396

4,583
Professional degree

4,496

2,846

1,650
Doctorate degree

1,399

724

675

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL

Number
Population 3 years and over enrolled in school

10,833
Nursery school, preschool

960
Public

178
Kindergarten

516
Public

151
Elementary: grade 1 to 4

1,749
Public

715
Elementary: grade 5 to 8

1,525
Public

477
High school: grade 9 to 12

1,485
Public

588
College, undergraduate

2,189
Public

990
Graduate, professional school

2,409
Public

575

Families

Household Income

Households

Total

Married Couple Families

Female Household

Non Family Household
NUMBER

Total

32,769

12,049

9,627

1,892

20,720
Less than $10,000

2,624

608

216

358

2,016
$10,000 to $14,999

1,335

248

85

133

1,092
$15,000 to $19,999

1,109

338

159

179

779
$20,000 to $24,999

1,002

321

191

79

702
$25,000 to $29,999

976

326

182

103

663
$30,000 to $34,999

1,216

246

149

73

974
$35,000 to $39,999

1,159

181

97

57

966
$40,000 to $44,999

1,389

325

213

69

1,054
$45,000 to $49,999

1,205

290

169

102

913
$50,000 to $59,999

2,298

423

290

105

1,878
$60,000 to $74,999

2,935

774

589

152

2,169
$75,000 to $99,999

3,692

1,183

954

156

2,545
$100,000 to $124,999

2,698

1,097

939

132

1,574
$125,000 to $149,999

1,654

654

592

36

1,000
$150,000 to $199,999

2,441

1,346

1,235

79

1,116
$200,000 or more

5,036

3,689

3,567

79

1,279
Median income (dollars)

70,031

116,257

149,438

37,019

55,497
Mean income (dollars)

131,372

215,893

254,164

59,469

81,276

Occupation

Both Sexes

Male

Female
Employed civilian population 16 years and over

37,236

18,528

18,708
Management, professional, and related occupations

25,049

12,602

12,447
Management, business, and financial operations occupations

10,830

5,777

5,053
Management occupations, except farmers and farm managers

6,399

3,472

2,927
Farmers and farm managers

0

0

0
Business and financial operations occupations

4,431

2,305

2,126
Business operations specialists

2,106

834

1,272
Financial specialists

2,325

1,471

854
Professional and related occupations

14,219

6,825

7,394
Computer and mathematical occupations

1,351

934

417
Architecture and engineering occupations

209

164

45
Architects, surveyors, cartographers, and engineers

209

164

45
Drafters, engineering, and mapping technicians

0

0

0
Life, physical, and social science occupations

911

361

550
Community and social services occupations

613

204

409
Legal occupations

2,816

1,793

1,023
Education, training, and library occupations

2,080

654

1,426
Arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations

3,206

1,349

1,857
Healthcare practitioners and technical occupations

3,033

1,366

1,667
Health diagnosing and treating practitioners and technical occupations

2,929

1,312

1,617
Health technologists and technicians

104

54

50

Service occupations

2,352

1,245

1,107
Healthcare support occupations

185

28

157
Protective service occupations

328

278

50
Fire fighting, prevention, and law enforcement workers, including supervisors

107

89

18
Other protective service occupations, including supervisors

221

189

32
Food preparation and serving related occupations

623

391

232
Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance occupations

427

246

181
Personal care and service occupations

789

302

487

Sales and office occupations

8,702

3,892

4,810
Sales and related occupations

5,087

2,867

2,220
Office and administrative support occupations

3,615

1,025

2,590

Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations

0

0

0
Construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations

418

390

28
Construction and extraction occupations

244

223

21
Supervisors, construction and extraction workers

48

40

8
Construction trades workers

196

183

13
Extraction workers

0

0

0
Installation, maintenance, and repair occupations

174

167

7

Production, transportation, and material moving occupations

715

399

316
Production occupations

425

138

287
Transportation and material moving occupations

290

261

29
Supervisors, transportation and material moving workers

13

13

0
Aircraft and traffic control occupations

10

10

0
Motor vehicle operators

149

133

16
Rail, water and other transportation occupations

18

18

0
Material moving workers

100

87

13

Demographics 2008 Estimate

Number
Total Population

65,644
Female Population

35,695
Male Population

29,949
0 to 5 Years

3,600
12 to17 Years

2,552
18 to 24 Years

5,924
25 to 34 Years

16,052
35 to 44 Years

9,761
45 to 54 Years

9,858
55 to 64 Years

7,954
6 to 11 Years

2,709
65 to 74 Years

3,692
75 to 84 Years

2,343
Total Pop, Median Age

37
Race

Asian

5,392
Black

3,693
Hispanic

7,636
Other Race

4,368
White NH

47,986
White

52,191
Household Income

Less than $15,000

3,957
$15,000 to$24,999

2,233
$25,000 to$34,999

2,064
$35,000 to$49999

3,449
$50,000 to$74,999

5,253
$75,000 to$99,999

4,460
$100,000 to$124,999

3,249
$125,000 to$149,999

2,556
$150,000 to$199,999

2,843
$200,000 and Over

7,905
HH Inc., Average ($)

$159,804.00
Education Attainment

< High School

2,911
Associate Degree

1,207
College or Grad Degree

37,993
College

18,747
Graduate Degree

19,246
High School

4,211
Some College

4,537
Occupation

Construction, Extraction, and Maintenance

514
Farming, Fishing, and Forestry

2
Management, Business, and Financial Operations

12,407
Production, Transportation, and Material Moving

698
Professional and Related

15,809
Sales and Office

9,320
Service

2,637

Demographics 2013 Projection

Total Population

67,437
Female Population

36,590
Male Population

30,847
0 to 5 Years

3,590
12 to17 Years

2,528
18 to 24 Years

6,230
25 to 34 Years

16,181
35 to 44 Years

9,317
45 to 54 Years

10,518
55 to 64 Years

9,117
6 to 11 Years

2,563
65 to 74 Years

3,609
75 to 84 Years

2,435
85 Years and Older

1,349
Race

Asian

6,148
Black

4,371
Hispanic

9,064
Other Race

5,570
White NH

46,377
White

51,348
Household Income

Less than $15,000

3,298
$15,000 to $24,999

2,076
$25,000 to $34,999

1,643
$35,000 to $49,999

2,639
$50,000 to $74,999

4,713
$75,000 to $99,999

4,957
$100,000 to $124,999

3,785
$125,000 to $149,999

3,483
$150,000 to $199,999

2,987
$200,000 and Over

10,510
HH Inc., Average ($)

220,829
Education Attainment

< High School

3,056
Associate Degree

1,263
College

19,426
Graduate Degree

19,685
High School

4,396
Some College

4,700
Occupation

Construction, Extraction, and Maintenance

509
Farming, Fishing, and Forestry

1
Management, Business, and Financial Operations

13,210
Production, Transportation, and Material Moving

698
Professional and Related

16,664
Sales and Office

9,242
Service

2,765

Business Pattern in 2007
Number of establishments:1,723
Paid employees for pay period including March 12 (number): 14,260
First-quarter payroll in $1,000: 154,277
Annual payroll in $1,000: 608,248

Number of Establishments by Employment-size class
Industry Code Description

Total Establish-ments

‘1-4’

‘5-9’

’10-19′

’20-49′

’50-99′

‘100-249’

‘250-499’

‘500-999’

‘1000 or more’
Total

1,723

1,160

272

166

87

16

18

2

2

0
Construction

50

36

4

5

3

1

1

0

0

0
Manufacturing

20

11

5

2

2

0

0

0

0

0
Wholesale trade

58

48

7

1

1

0

1

0

0

0
Retail trade

194

117

42

15

18

0

2

0

0

0
Transportation & warehousing

13

11

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

0
Information

40

34

3

3

0

0

0

0

0

0
Finance & insurance

38

28

6

2

1

0

1

0

0

0
Real estate & rental & leasing

192

130

23

27

9

3

0

0

0

0
Professional, scientific & technical services

188

169

10

1

4

2

1

1

0

0
Management of companies & enterprises

2

0

1

0

0

0

1

0

0

0
Admin, support, waste mgt, remediation services

50

40

4

3

2

1

0

0

0

0
Educational services

37

14

5

1

7

4

6

0

0

0
Health care and social assistance

349

246

58

30

13

1

1

0

0

0
Arts, entertainment & recreation

68

46

11

6

1

0

2

1

1

0
Accommodation & food services

148

59

41

29

17

2

0

0

0

0
Other services (except public administration

274

169

52

40

9

2

1

0

1

0
Unclassified establishments

2

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

Tourist Attractions
Central Park
Metropolitan Museum
Museum Miles
Guggenheim Museum
Museum of Modern Art
The Frick Collection

Schools in 10128

Grades

School

Address

Phone

# of Students
06

12

Life Sciences Secondary School

320 East 96th Street, New York NY 10128

(212) 348-1694

722
KG

05

P.S. 77 Lower Lab School

1700 3rd Avenue, New York NY 10128

(212) 427-2798

351
PK

05

P.S. 198 Isador & Ida Straus School

1700 Third Avenue, New York NY 10128

(212) 289-3702

528
09

12

R R Green High School Of Teaching

421 East 88th Street, New York NY 10128

(212) 722-5240

663
2

3

Brick Church School

62 E 92nd St, New York NY 10128

(212) 289-5083

167
2

17

Convent Of The Sacred Heart

1 E 91st St, New York NY 10128

(212) 722-4745

673
3

17

Dalton School

108 E 89th St, New York NY 10128

(212) 423-5450

1,279
2

7

Gillen Brew School

410 E 92nd, New York NY 10128

(212) 831-3667

85
3

11

Hunter College Elementary School

71 E 94th St, New York NY 10128

(212) 860-1292

320
2

16

La Scuola D Italia Guglielmo Marconi

12 E 96th St, New York NY 10128

(212) 369-3290

225
2

13

Manhattan Country School

7 E 96th St, New York NY 10128

(212) 348-0952

197
3

17

Nightingale-Bamford School

20 E 92nd St, New York NY 10128

(212) 289-5020

596
3

13

Solomon Schechter School Of Manhattan

50 E 87th St, New York NY 10128

(212) 427-9500

159
3

17

The Spence School

22 E 91st St, New York NY 10128

(212) 289-5940

657
2

17

Trevor Day School

11 E 89th St, New York NY 10128

(212) 426-3360

770
2

17

Trevor Day School Lower

4 E 90th St, New York NY 10128

(212) 426-3360

770

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Community Board 11: 1664 Park Avenue, Ground Floor New York, NY 10035
Phone: 212.831.8929 Fax: 212.369.3571 Email: info@cb11m.org

19th Precinct   153 East 67th Street New York, NY 10065 (212) 452-0600
25th Precinct   120 East 119th Street New York, NY 10035 (212) 860-6511

Elected Officials

Local

State

Federal
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg
City Hall
New York, NY 10007
311 or 212-NEW-YORK
Website
Manhattan Borough President Borough Pres. Scott M. Stringer
1 Centre Street, 19th Floor
New York, NY 10007
212-669-8300
Website
City Comptroller John C. Liu
1 Centre Street
New York, NY 10007
(212) 669-3500
Website
Public Advocate Bill de Blasio
1 Centre Street, 15th Floor
New York, NY 10007
(212) 669-7200
Website
Council District #4 Daniel R. Garodnick
211 East 43rd Street, Suite 2004
New York, NY 10017
212-818-0580
Website
Council District #8 Melissa Mark Viverito
105 E. 116th Street
New York, NY 10029
212-828-9800
Website
Council District #9 Inez E. Dickens
ACP Jr. Sta. Office – 163 W. 125 Street
New York, NY 10027
212-678-4505
Website
Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr.
One Hogan Place
New York, NY 10013
(212) 335-9000
Website

Governor David A. Paterson
State Capitol
Albany, NY 12224
518-474-8390
Website
State Attorney General Andrew Cuomo
The Capitol
Albany, NY 12224-0341
(518) 474-7330
Website
State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli
110 State Street
Albany, NY 12236
518-474-4044
Website
State Senate District #26 Liz Krueger
211 East 43rd St., Suite 1300
New York, NY 10017
212-490-9535
Website
State Senate District #28 Jose M. Serrano
157 East 104th Street (Ground Level)
New York, NY 10029
212-828-5829
Website
State Senate District #30 Bill Perkins
163 West 125th Street, Suite 912
New York, NY 10027
212-222-7315
Website
State Assembly District #68 Adam Clayton Powell IV
107 East 116th Street
New York, NY 10029
212-828-3953
Website
State Assembly District #73 Jonathan L. Bing
360 E. 57th Street, Mezzanine
New York, NY 10022
212-605-0937
Website

President Barack Obama
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500
202-456-1111
Website
Vice President Joe Biden
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500
Website
Senior Senator Charles E. Schumer
757 Third Avenue Suite 17-02
New York, NY 10017
212-486-4430
Website
Junior Senator Kirsten Gillibrand
531 Dirksen Senate Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20510
202-224-4451
Website
US Congressional District #14 Carolyn Maloney
2331 Rayburn House Office Bldg.
Washington, DC 20515
212-860-0606
Website
US Congressional District #15 Charles B. Rangel
2354 Rayburn House Office Bldg.
Washington, DC 20515
212-663-3900
Website

Demographics (Census 2000)

Number

Percent
Total population

75,390

100.0
SEX AND AGE

Male

35,128

46.6
Female

40,262

53.4
Under 5 years

5,388

7.1
5 to 9 years

6,254

8.3
10 to 14 years

6,024

8.0
15 to 19 years

5,876

7.8
20 to 24 years

6,614

8.8
25 to 34 years

11,867

15.7
35 to 44 years

10,565

14.0
45 to 54 years

7,811

10.4
55 to 59 years

3,229

4.3
60 to 64 years

3,011

4.0
65 to 74 years

4,802

6.4
75 to 84 years

2,800

3.7
85 years and over

1,149

1.5
Median age (years)

31.1

(X)
18 years and over

54,262

72.0
Male

24,245

32.2
Female

30,017

39.8
21 years and over

50,648

67.2
62 years and over

10,534

14.0
65 years and over

8,751

11.6
Male

3,027

4.0
Female

5,724

7.6
RACE

One race

71,115

94.3
White

20,941

27.8
Black or African American

26,012

34.5
American Indian and Alaska Native

709

0.9
Asian

2,723

3.6
Asian Indian

407

0.5
Chinese

1,311

1.7
Filipino

443

0.6
Japanese

122

0.2
Korean

93

0.1
Vietnamese

46

0.1
Other Asian

301

0.4
Hispanic or Latino (of any race)

43,408

57.6
Mexican

7,430

9.9
Puerto Rican

25,663

34.0
Cuban

425

0.6
Other Hispanic or Latino

9,890

13.1
Native Hawaiian and Other Pacific Islander

65

0.1
Native Hawaiian

12

0.0
Guamanian or Chamorro

9

0.0
Samoan

9

0.0
Other Pacific Islander

35

0.0
Some other race

20,665

27.4
Two or more races

4,275

5.7
HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE

Total households

27,465

100.0
Family households (families)

17,091

62.2
With own children under 18 years

8,491

30.9
Married-couple family

6,311

23.0
With own children under 18 years

3,018

11.0
Female householder, no husband present

9,090

33.1
With own children under 18 years

4,946

18.0
Nonfamily households

10,374

37.8
Householder living alone

8,797

32.0
Householder 65 years and over

3,110

11.3
Households with individuals under 18 years

10,670

38.8
Households with individuals 65 years and over

6,742

24.5
Average household size

2.65

(X)
Average family size

3.32

(X)

EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT (highest level) Census 2000

Both sexes

Male

Female
Population 18 to 24 years

9,412

5,073

4,339
Less than high school graduate

3,933

2,363

1,570
High school graduate (incl. equivalency)

2,350

1,370

980
Some college or associate degree

2,197

1,076

1,121
Bachelor’s degree or higher

932

264

668
Population 25 years and over

45,347

19,245

26,102
Less than 5th grade

4,006

1,611

2,395
5th to 8th grade

5,548

2,647

2,901
9th to 12th grade, no diploma

10,530

4,503

6,027
High school graduate (incl. equivalency)

10,180

4,489

5,691
Some college credit, less than 1 year

2,085

722

1,363
1 or more years of college, no degree

4,612

1,808

2,804
Associate degree

1,862

608

1,254
Bachelor’s degree

3,693

1,554

2,139
Master’s degree

1,922

813

1,109
Professional degree

623

353

270
Doctorate degree

286

137

149

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL

Number
Population 3 years and over enrolled in school

23,205
Nursery school, preschool

1,573
Public

1,035
Kindergarten

1,160
Public

1,052
Elementary: grade 1 to 4

5,303
Public

4,695
Elementary: grade 5 to 8

4,958
Public

4,263
High school: grade 9 to 12

5,403
Public

4,758
College, undergraduate

3,687
Public

2,448
Graduate, professional school

1,121
Public

313

SCHOOL ENROLLMENT AND TYPE OF SCHOOL

Number
Population 3 years and over enrolled in school

23,205
Nursery school, preschool

1,573
Public

1,035
Kindergarten

1,160
Public

1,052
Elementary: grade 1 to 4

5,303
Public

4,695
Elementary: grade 5 to 8

4,958
Public

4,263
High school: grade 9 to 12

5,403
Public

4,758
College, undergraduate

3,687
Public

2,448
Graduate, professional school

1,121
Public

313

10029

Families

Household Income

Households

Total

Married Couple Families

Female Household

Non Family Households
NUMBER

Total

27,623

17,413

6,515

9,040

10,210
Less than $10,000

8,244

4,247

763

3,241

4,222
$10,000 to $14,999

2,552

1,684

514

1,024

889
$15,000 to $19,999

2,095

1,456

533

769

664
$20,000 to $24,999

1,958

1,389

468

777

715
$25,000 to $29,999

1,938

1,284

498

575

714
$30,000 to $34,999

1,603

1,189

440

550

505
$35,000 to $39,999

1,468

1,068

458

459

420
$40,000 to $44,999

1,137

801

335

363

322
$45,000 to $49,999

1,025

764

397

259

247
$50,000 to $59,999

1,645

1,011

556

360

476
$60,000 to $74,999

1,387

793

431

269

456
$75,000 to $99,999

1,049

684

375

218

245
$100,000 to $124,999

510

293

174

47

128
$125,000 to $149,999

249

182

95

46

46
$150,000 to $199,999

215

167

125

42

29
$200,000 or more

548

401

353

41

132
Median income (dollars)

22,232

24,740

35,461

16,602

14,966
Mean income (dollars)

39,167

42,095

64,068

25,847

29,760

Occupation

Both Sexes

Male

Female
Employed civilian population 16 years and over

22,739

11,633

11,106
Management, professional, and related occupations

6,331

2,540

3,791
Management, business, and financial operations occupations

2,070

977

1,093
Management occupations, except farmers and farm managers

1,396

666

730
Farmers and farm managers

6

0

6
Business and financial operations occupations

668

311

357
Business operations specialists

388

179

209
Financial specialists

280

132

148
Professional and related occupations

4,261

1,563

2,698
Computer and mathematical occupations

349

235

114
Architecture and engineering occupations

74

57

17
Architects, surveyors, cartographers, and engineers

32

15

17
Drafters, engineering, and mapping technicians

42

42

0
Life, physical, and social science occupations

279

118

161
Community and social services occupations

591

190

401
Legal occupations

208

93

115
Education, training, and library occupations

1,040

234

806
Arts, design, entertainment, sports, and media occupations

680

354

326
Healthcare practitioners and technical occupations

1,040

282

758
Health diagnosing and treating practitioners and technical occupations

721

169

552
Health technologists and technicians

319

113

206

Service occupations

5,947

3,351

2,596
Healthcare support occupations

899

147

752
Protective service occupations

712

503

209
Fire fighting, prevention, and law enforcement workers, including supervisors

180

85

95
Other protective service occupations, including supervisors

532

418

114
Food preparation and serving related occupations

2,010

1,431

579
Building and grounds cleaning and maintenance occupations

1,469

936

533
Personal care and service occupations

857

334

523

Sales and office occupations

6,662

2,658

4,004
Sales and related occupations

2,237

1,051

1,186
Office and administrative support occupations

4,425

1,607

2,818

Farming, fishing, and forestry occupations

40

40

0
Construction, extraction, and maintenance occupations

1,224

1,188

36
Construction and extraction occupations

792

775

17
Supervisors, construction and extraction workers

24

24

0
Construction trades workers

768

751

17
Extraction workers

0

0

0
Installation, maintenance, and repair occupations

432

413

19

Production, transportation, and material moving occupations

2,535

1,856

679
Production occupations

1,205

685

520
Transportation and material moving occupations

1,330

1,171

159
Supervisors, transportation and material moving workers

14

14

0
Aircraft and traffic control occupations

0

0

0
Motor vehicle operators

810

747

63
Rail, water and other transportation occupations

81

78

3
Material moving workers

425

332

93

Demographics 2008 Estimate

Number
Total Population

86,212
Female Population

45,664
Male Population

40,548
0 to 5 Years

7,141
12 to17 Years

8,058
18 to 24 Years

11,237
25 to 34 Years

13,309
35 to 44 Years

10,580
45 to 54 Years

9,647
55 to 64 Years

8,500
6 to 11 Years

7,796
65 to 74 Years

5,220
75 to 84 Years

3,266
Total Pop, Median Age

32
Race

Asian

3,466
Black

28,884
Hispanic

61,624
Other Race

33,398
White NH

5,573
White

20,464
Household Income

Less than $15,000

11,701
$15,000 to$24,999

4,925
$25,000 to$34,999

3,974
$35,000 to$49999

4,565
$50,000 to$74,999

4,086
$75,000 to$99,999

2,074
$100,000 to$124,999

878
$125,000 to$149,999

525
$150,000 to$199,999

388
$200,000 and Over

804
HH Inc., Average ($)

$45,768.00
Education Attainment

< High School

20,976
Associate Degree

2,285
College or Grad Degree

8,684
College

4,746
Graduate Degree

3,938
High School

11,597
Some College

8,438
Occupation

Construction, Extraction, and Maintenance

1,552
Farming, Fishing, and Forestry

33
Management, Business, and Financial Operations

2,765
Production, Transportation, and Material Moving

2,785
Professional and Related

5,534
Sales and Office

7,756
Service

7,387

Demographics 2013 Projection

Total Population

91,764
Female Population

48,430
Male Population

43,334
0 to 5 Years

6,988
12 to17 Years

8,370
18 to 24 Years

12,474
25 to 34 Years

14,087
35 to 44 Years

10,278
45 to 54 Years

10,973
55 to 64 Years

10,164
6 to 11 Years

7,605
65 to 74 Years

5,525
75 to 84 Years

3,602
85 Years and Older

1,698
Race

Asian

3,628
Black

31,018
Hispanic

70,211
Other Race

38,503
White NH

4,717
White

18,615
Household Income

Less than $15,000

9,860
$15,000 to $24,999

5,704
$25,000 to $34,999

3,666
$35,000 to $49,999

4,966
$50,000 to $74,999

5,509
$75,000 to $99,999

3,422
$100,000 to $124,999

1,346
$125,000 to $149,999

919
$150,000 to $199,999

570
$200,000 and Over

1,039
HH Inc., Average ($)

58,052
Education Attainment

< High School

22,811
Associate Degree

2,480
College

5,112
Graduate Degree

4,191
High School

12,634
Some College

9,099
Occupation

Construction, Extraction, and Maintenance

1,680
Farming, Fishing, and Forestry

25
Management, Business, and Financial Operations

3,131
Production, Transportation, and Material Moving

2,970
Professional and Related

6,187
Sales and Office

8,242
Service

8,286

Business Pattern in 2007
Totals for ZIP Code 10029
Number of establishments:850
Paid employees for pay period including March 12 (number): 24,310
First-quarter payroll in $1,000: 298,752
Annual payroll in $1,000: 1,293,492

Number of Establishments by Employment-size class
Industry Code Description

Total Establish-ments

‘1-4’

‘5-9’

’10-19′

’20-49′

’50-99′

‘100-249’

‘250-499’

‘500-999’

‘1000 or more’
Total

850

530

130

84

66

29

5

2

0

4
Construction

33

18

6

6

3

0

0

0

0

0
Manufacturing

5

1

4

0

0

0

0

0

0

0
Wholesale trade

17

14

2

0

1

0

0

0

0

0
Retail trade

197

133

32

21

10

1

0

0

0

0
Transportation & warehousing

8

6

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

0
Information

10

8

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0
Finance & insurance

24

13

7

3

1

0

0

0

0

0
Real estate & rental & leasing

98

80

10

4

2

2

0

0

0

0
Professional, scientific & technical services

31

22

3

5

0

1

0

0

0

0
Management of companies & enterprises

2

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

0

0
Admin, support, waste mgt, remediation services

17

13

2

0

0

2

0

0

0

0
Educational services

24

7

2

2

6

5

0

1

0

1
Health care and social assistance

144

52

23

26

24

11

4

1

0

3
Arts, entertainment & recreation

12

9

0

0

1

2

0

0

0

0
Accommodation & food services

97

58

15

9

11

4

0

0

0

0
Other services (except public administration

131

96

22

6

5

1

1

0

0

0

Tourist Attractions
Central Park
Metropolitan Museum
Museum Miles
Guggenheim Museum
Museum of Modern Art
Cotton Club
East Harlem

Schools in 10029

Grades

School

Address

Phone

# of Students
KG

06

Amber Charter School

220 E 106th St, New York NY 10029

(212) 534-9667

360
PK

05

Central Park East 1 School

1573 Madison Ave, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-5821

188
PK

05

Central Park East Ii School

19 E 103rd St, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-5992

203
09

12

Central Park East Secondary School

1573 Madison Ave – Rm 321, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-8935

306
06

12

Environmental Science Secondary School

410 E 100th St-Bldg 99, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-5854

714
01

08

Harbor Science And Arts Charter School

1 East 104th Street, New York NY 10029

(212) 427-2244

213
09

12

Heritage School (The)

1680 Lexington Avenue, New York NY 10029

(212) 828-2858

331
06

08

Isaac Newton Jhs Of Science And Math

260 Pleasant Ave, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-6006

445
06

08

J.H.S. 13 Jackie Robinson J.H.S.

1573 Madison Avenue, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-8935

444
PK

08

James Weldon Johnson School

176 East 115th Street, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-5812

702
06

08

M.S. 224 Manhattan East Center

410 East 100th Street, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-6047

271
09

12

Manhattan Center – Science & Mathematics

260 Pleasant Ave, New York NY 10029

(212) 876-4639

1522
UG

UG

New York Center For Autism Charter School

433 E 100th St, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-2580

16
PK

05

P.S. 38 Roberto Clemente

232 East 103rd Street, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-5882

386
KG

07

P.S. 50 Vito Marcantonio School

433 East 100th Street, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-5976

519
PK

05

P.S. 72

131 East 104th Street, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-5831

592
PK

05

P.S. 83 Luis Munoz Rivera School

219 East 109th Street, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-5847

420
PK

08

P.S. 101 Andrew Draper School

141 East 111th Street, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-5890

627
PK

05

P.S. 102 Jacques Cartier School

315 East 113th Street, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-5834

327
KG

07

P.S. 108 Assembly Angelo Del Toro School

1615 Madison Avenue, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-7967

687
PK

05

P.S. 146 Anna M. Short School

421 East 106th Street, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-5877

521
PK

07

P.S. 171 Patrick Henry School

19 East 103rd Street, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-5801

558
09

12

Park East High School

230-34 East 105th Street, New York NY 10029

(212) 831-1517

383
KG

05

River East School

260 Pleasant Ave, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-6033

148
KG

08

Tag Young Scholars Jhs

240 E 109th St, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-6003

454
KG

05

The Bilingual/Bicultural School

219 East 109th Street, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-6031

424
06

08

Tito Puento Education Complex

240 East 109th Street, New York NY 10029

(212) 860-5872

521
07

12

Young Women’s Leadership High School

105 East 106th Street, New York NY 10029

(212) 289-7593

418

Colleges/Advanced Educational Institutions

Type

School

Address

Phone

# of Students
4-year

Mount Sinai School of Medicine

1 Gustave L Levy Place, New York, New York 10029-6574

(212) 241-8716

902

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Federation of Int’l. Trade Assoc.
200 East 94th Street, Suite 2215
New York  NY  10128
United States

Contact:
Jessica Cannon

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Better Business Bureau

Members
Associations

Better Business Bureau
257 Park Avenue South
New York  NY  10010
United States

Contact:
Claire Rosenzweig, President & CEO

Website:
http://www.newyork.bbb.org

Description:
Businesses promoting fairness in market practices

Profile:
To file complaints, do not contact Ms. Lewsi. All complaints should be filed through http://www.newyork.bbb.org

Discounts:
Better Business Bureau offers discounts to Manhattan Chamber of Commerce members

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Garth Organization

Members
Associations

Garth Organization
250 W. 49th St, Ste 305
New York  NY  10019
United States

Contact:
Ken Friedland

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McBurney YMCA

Associations

McBurney YMCA
125 West 14th Street
New York  NY  10011
United States

Contact:
John Rappaport, Executive Director

Website:
http://www.ymcanyc.org/mcburney

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Mansueto Ventures LLC, Inc. & Fast Company Magazines

Magazine Publishing

Mansueto Ventures LLC, Inc. & Fast Company Magazines
7 World Trade Center
New York  NY  10007
United States

Contact:
Ryan Mattek

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CEO Business Brokers, Inc.

Members
Business Broker

CEO Business Brokers, Inc.
82-66 Austin Street
Kew Gardens  NY  11415
United States

Contact:
Dave Nagar, President

Website:
http://www.ceobizbroker.com

Description:
CEO Business Brokers offers customized solutions f

Discounts:
CEO Business Brokers, Inc. offers discounts to Manhattan Chamber of Commerce members

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Sool Realty, Corp

Business Broker

Sool Realty, Corp
71-24 Roosevelt Ave.
Queens  NY  11361
United States

Contact:
Sylvia Wiesner, President

Description:
Real Estate, rentals, Sales, Co-op Condo

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Joyma Consulting LLC

International
Members
Business Broker

Joyma Consulting LLC

Joyma Consulting LLC
180 Riverside Drive
11D
New York  NY  10024
United States

Contact:
John Greenbaum, President

Website:
http://www.joymaconsulting.com

Description:
M&A and Venture Capital Advisory Services

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http://www.nyam.org/about/jobs.shtml

Employment Opportunities

* Policy Associate – Division of Health Policy

* Program Support Coordinator – Division of Health Policy

* Coat Room Attendant – On-call/Part Time – Office of Education and Conference Center

* Evaluation Project Coordinator – Center for Urban Epidemiologic Studies (CUES)

* Graphics Designer – Development and Communications

* Policy Associate – Division of Health Policy

* Administrative Assistant – Division of Health Policy

The New York Academy of Medicine is an EEO/AA Employer.

For further information contact:
hr@nyam.org

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Employment Opportunities
Administrative Assistant
Division of Health Policy

Mission

The Division of Health Policy (DHP) brings together researchers, policymakers, community members, and key stakeholders to think strategically and creatively about the root causes of health outcomes and to identify and develop evidence to influence urban health policies that reduce health disparities, encourage the spread of best practices, and raise awareness of how economic, social, and other policies and practices influence the broad determinants of community health. Current priorities include promoting active aging, strengthening the public health infrastructure, and eliminating disparities in specific populations.

Administrative Assistant

The DHP is seeking an Administrative Assistant to provide key support for NYAM’s statewide center to promote policies that prevent and reduce obesity and related initiatives. The Administrative Assistant will be responsible for scheduling meetings, providing logistical support for a wide array of events, arranging for staff travel, and tracking program expenses. S/he will also be responsible for helping with the production of documents, including copy editing, formatting, and reproduction, as well as creating and updating content for the project’s web site. S/he will work closely with the project coordinator and other staff to help maintain relationships with community partners, meet the reporting requirements of the project, and to insure that the project deliverables are met in a timely fashion.

Job Responsibilities

* Providing all logistical support needed for large trainings and meetings, including finding and securing meeting space, arranging for catering and audiovisual assistance, preparing materials, and tracking RSVPs.
* Scheduling.
* Arranging for staff travel and accommodations for meetings and site visits around New York State.
* Ordering program supplies.
* Tracking program expenses, including preparing invoices, consultation contracts, and budget reports.
* Working with program staff to develop materials, including tracking down research and information, editing documents, formatting, and reproduction.
* Maintaining the project’s web site.
* Acting as liaison with other departments within NYAM, including the business office, human resource, and grants management.
* Working with project staff to meet programmatic and financial reporting requirements.
* Other duties as assigned.

Qualifications

* Must have at least 5 years experience in providing administrative support.
* Experience in scheduling complex meetings and maintaining the schedules of busy professionals.
* Experience in providing logistical support for large trainings or events.
* Ability to thrive in a fast-paced environment.
* Exceptional communication abilities.
* Strong organizational skills.
* Ability to work independently, manage multiple projects and meet scheduled deadlines.
* Must be proficient in Microsoft Office products, including MS Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Excel and willing and able to learn other software programs as needed.
* Background and/or interest in public health policy a plus.
* Bilingual candidates and people of color are encouraged to apply.

To Apply

Please send a resume and cover letter to:

Human Resources, P.O. Box
DHPAA
The New York Academy of Medicine
1216 5th Avenue
New York, NY 10029
Fax: 212-534-8691
Email: hr@nyam.org – Please include DHPAA in subject line

For more information, visit our website: http://www.nyam.org.

EEO/AA Employer

http://www.nyam.org/about/job10125.shtml

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Employment Opportunities
Graphics Designer
Development and Communications

NYAM is looking for a creative, talented, and highly motivated Graphics Designer to develop print and electronic design solutions. Candidates should have a facile understanding of how to design across media outlets and should feel equally comfortable designing online and offline. The Graphics Designer will report to the Director of Communications who will set the strategic brand and design directives for each project.

Responsibilities Include (but are not limited to):

* Developing successful design solutions for communications and marketing materials, in keeping with the NYAM brand;
* Working with the Director of Communications, and the NYAM graphics team to conceptualize the look and feel of materials, including NYAM’s annual report, quarterly newsletter, promotional materials and brochures, and some website design;
* Work with colleagues in various departments to prepare and design materials for conferences, announcements, and other time-sensitive projects;
* Work with vendors and appropriate NYAM staff in a professional and collegial manner;
* Go on-press for off-set printing projects to ensure quality control;
* Assist in tracking print inventory and budgets expenses and re-ordering materials, as needed;
* Design projects may include, but not be limited to print projects, handouts, press releases, newsletters, postcards, conference brochures, takeaways, and banners/advertisements

Required Qualifications

* BA or BFA in graphic or interactive design;
* 3-5 years of visual design experience, including graphic and interactive design;
* Sensitivity to working with cultural objects when designing with attention to detail and strong conceptual thinking;
* Intimate knowledge of Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, HTML, CSS, and Illustrator; Microsoft Office Suite, and Mac Platform
* A solid understanding of website functionalities, architecture, user interfaces, and navigation;
* Strong verbal and written communications skills;
* Must be a self-starter who can prioritize multiple tasks and work well under deadlines in a fast-paced environment.

To apply for this position send resume, salary history/expectations and statement of interest to hr@nyam.org. Please include  Graphics Designer  in your email subject heading. Applicants are encouraged to describe their skill sets and experience in light of the above qualifications.

The salary is commensurate with experience and NYAM provides a generous benefits package that includes medical and dental insurance, vacation and retirement benefits. Visit http://www.nyam.org to learn more about NYAM.

The New York Academy of Medicine is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

http://www.nyam.org/about/job10137.shtml

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Employment Opportunities
Coat Room Attendant – On-call/Part Time
Office of Education and Conference Center

Background:

NYAM has been advancing the health of people in cities since 1847. An independent organization, NYAM addresses the health challenges facing the world’s urban populations through interdisciplinary approaches to innovative research, education, community engagement and policy leadership. Drawing on the expertise of diverse partners worldwide and more than 2,000 elected Fellows from across the professions, our current priorities are to create environments in cities that support healthy aging; to strengthen systems that prevent disease and promote the public’s health; and to implement interventions that eliminate health disparities.

The Conference Center comprises 17,000+ square feet of event space hosting over 20,000 attendees annually. The Center directs NYAM’s continuing medical education (CME) program, accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME.) and provides full-service event logistical planning, catering and support to NYAM departments, Fellows, external partners and clients, with special regard to community-based organizations, in East Harlem and throughout the city.

Summary:

The Coat Room Attendant will perform coat check services for visitors and guests during NYAM conferences and events. The Attendant will report to the Director of the Office of Education and Conference Center. This is an on-call, part-time position.

Position Responsibilities:

* Responsible for greeting guests in a friendly professional manner.
* Checking guests’ garments upon arrival and exiting the facility.
* Directs guests within lobby to proper event/conference area.
* Maintains working knowledge of event activities.
* Ensuring coat check area remains organized
* Maintains a positive and effective communication with all guests.
* Other duties as assigned

Qualifications:

* Available to be on-call and work evenings & weekends, and Monday – Friday.
* Enjoys working with the public
* Excellent customer service skills
* Ability to remain professional under pressure
* Outgoing
* Patience

Skills:

* Ability to communicate effectively
* Ability to problem solve

To Apply:

Qualified candidates should send a cover letter & resume by e-mail to: hr@nyam.org.
The New York Academy of Medicine is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

http://www.nyam.org/about/job10155.shtml

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Area Codes that cover ZIP Code 10029
NEW YORK, NYC, MANHATTAN, NY
ZIP Code 10029 Details
Zip Code:    10029         Population:    75,390
Area Code:    212 | 646 | 917    Households per Zip Code:    29,068
City:    NEW YORK    Average House Value:     $264,300
State:    NY    Avg. Income Per Household:    $22,232
County:    NEW YORK    Persons Per Household    2.65
Latitude:    40.791505    White Population:    20,941
Longitude:    -73.945757    Black Population:    26,012
Elevation:    54    Hispanic Population:    43,408
City Alias(es):    NEW YORK
NYC
MANHATTAN    Number of Businesses:    780
MSA:    5602
MSA Name:    New York-Northern New Jersey-Long Island
PMSA:    5600

http://www.area-codes.com/zip-code/zip-code-10029.asp

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Welcome Neighbors
Making a Difference Through Community Partnerships

We at Columbia University take pride in our community and embrace opportunities to give back to the neighborhood we call home. Our students, faculty, and staff are dedicated to applying their combined talents, energy, and resourcefulness in ways that contribute to improving the quality of life in Upper Manhattan.

From one-on-one tutoring to health screening, we continually search for ways to improve the quality of life for the residents of Upper Manhattan. We seek to tap our strengths as a university–including education, research and health care–to offer numerous programs and services. By joining with the community and partnering with other organizations and agencies, we continue to expand the programs and services available to our neighbors.

Community residents, business owners, organizations, and activists have long led the way in providing a wide array of community services that enrich all of our lives. We are happy at Columbia to have the opportunity to work together with our neighbors and look forward to strengthening our relationships and working partnerships.

http://neighbors.columbia.edu/

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Programs and Services

All of us who live and work in the neighborhoods of upper Manhattan benefit from the work of local organizations and volunteers in our community.

The cultural richness of Harlem, Washington Heights, and surrounding neighborhoods is an essential part of what makes Columbia a great place to work and study.  But it’s a two-way street.  The University partners with many local organizations that help improve the quality of life in our community. Columbia provides funding and other resources for programs described in the pages that follow.  But even more important, so many of our faculty, staff and students work alongside our neighbors to deliver services that make a difference to people in Upper Manhattan – from health care and education to job training and youth mentoring.

This guide contains information about many of the programs and services that Columbia and our community partners together provide to individuals and families, schools, and businesses in Upper Manhattan.  Everyone is invited to learn more about these services, take advantage of them, and join with Columbia and our community partners in making sure that this becomes an even greater place to live and learn together.

http://neighbors.columbia.edu/pages/programsandservices/index.html

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Did You Know?

The Double Discovery Center serves more than 1,000 students each year through its two youth education programs, Talent Search and Upward Bound.

Through the summer of 2005, 212 science teachers have participated in the Summer Research Program for Science Teachers. Teachers completing the program return to their classrooms with a renewed sense of purpose and an increased appreciation for the process of scientific discovery.

Through partnerships with more than one hundred community organizations and agencies, Community Impact serves more than 8,000 people each year, providing food, clothing, shelter, education, job training, and companionship for local residents.

Approximately 3,000 children receive comprehensive dental care each year through the Mobile Dental Center. It travels to 45 local day care and Head Start centers throughout Northern Manhattan.

The Center for Community Health and Education has provided eyeglasses to more than 3,200 students since the inception of the Child Sight Program in 1994.

More than 300 children attended the Riverbank Summer Camp in the summer of 2005.

http://neighbors.columbia.edu/pages/programsandservices/did_you_know/index.html

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Materials for the Arts, NYC helps artists realize their visions, provides students with a richer educational experience, and furnishes businesses with a simple and efficient way to enhance the cultural life of their city while promoting environmental awareness and reuse.

Materials for the Arts is a successful and very exceptional program of great
benefit to the non-profit artistic community.

Ted Minos
Producing Artistic Director, Moose Hall Theatre Company
As of July 27th, 2009 our phone numbers and e-mails have changed.  We are in the process of setting up our voice mail boxes so please call us at 718-729-3001 if you need to reach us and leave a message in the general mail box. Our e-mail addresses have all changed to @mfta.nyc.gov.  Thanks for your patience and understanding.
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Are you in need of art materials for your non-profit organization or public school?

Could you make use of surplus home, office equipment and furniture, materials, fabric, paint, paper and other industrial cast-offs?

Do you Qualify?
Apply Now

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http://www.mfta.org/

Contact Us
Names & Numbers

MATERIALS FOR THE ARTS
33-00 Northern Boulevard, 3rd Floor
Long Island City, N.Y. 11101

POINTS OF CONTACT:
Phone: 718-729-3001
Fax: 718-729-2823
Email: info@mfta.nyc.gov
http://www.mfta.org

For a list of employees, please see our staff directory.

SUPPORTED BY:
New York City Department of Cultural Affairs
New York City Department of Sanitation
New York City Department of Education

http://www.mfta.org/contact_us.html

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Looking For a Job

Whether you have lost your job or are looking for your next promotion, we can help you with your job search. You can visit a One-Stop Career Center and speak with staff about our Career Services, including resume writing, interview techniques, apprenticeship opportunities, training grants, search our on-line job listing or attend a job fair.

Not sure about your next career move?  Check out Career Zone where you can research occupations and Job Zone where you can post customized resumes in our Job Portfolio.  We also provide priority service to Veterans during their job search.

Also, the Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance (OTDA) provides information about job placement resources.

Links to employment opportunities at other state agencies:

Please check back frequently for updates.

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Financial Services Tax Associate
As an Associate in our Tax Consulting practice, you will begin to utilize your educational background as well as your organizational skills as you serve the firm’s dynamic client b…
BDO Seidman, LLP     US – NY, New York     06/26/10
Senior Associate SAS 70
BDO Seidman has specific professionals dedicated to the delivery of SAS 70 services. These individuals are teamed with personnel with industry specific auditing expertise and Info…
BDO Seidman, LLP     US – NY, New York     06/26/10
Lead Application Analyst – Real Estate Accounting
The Asset Management Enterprise and Application Services (AMES) team is responsible for providing technology services to the Global Real Estate Division which includes members of t…
TIAA-CREF     US – NY, New York     06/26/10
Marketing & Sales Representative – New York City – ReqCode 46528
A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITIES Hilton Worldwide offers a variety of global opportunities within our portfolio of world renowned brands. With more than 3,200 hotels in 77 countries, our…
Hilton Worldwide     US – NY, New York     06/26/10
Lead Application Analyst – Commercial Real Estate
As a liaison between the Technology and Operations area and its internal investment management clients as well as external third party clients, the Applications Analyst is responsi…
TIAA-CREF     US – NY, New York     06/26/10
Market Director, Eastern Region – ReqCode 1990514
Salesforce.com is the enterprise cloud computing company. Our portfolio of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications, including our award-winning customer relationship management (…
Salesforce.com     US – NY, New York     06/26/10
Project Executive
Overview:Our Program & Project Management group pioneered independent project management in North America nearly 40 years ago, helping to define it as a profession distinct from ar…
Stantech     US – NY, New York     06/26/10
Project Director
Overview:Our Program & Project Management group pioneered independent project management in North America nearly 40 years ago, helping to define it as a profession distinct from ar…
Stantech     US – NY, New York     06/26/10
Senior QA Analyst – Derivatives
To effectively manage a full life cycle testing process that is technology independent, as well as flexible and scalable enough to support software development efforts of varying s…
TIAA-CREF     US – NY, New York     06/26/10

Job Title      Company      Location      Post/Mod
Project Executive
Overview:Our Program & Project Management group pioneered independent project management in North America nearly 40 years ago, helping to define it as a profession distinct from ar…
Stantech     US – NY, New York     06/26/10
Events Marketing Representative-Part Time – ReqCode 46722
A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITIES Hilton Worldwide offers a variety of global opportunities within our portfolio of world renowned brands. With more than 3,200 hotels in 77 countries, our…
Hilton Worldwide     US – NY, New York     06/26/10
Product Development Manager, Women’s Knits, Rugby – ReqCode 8496
Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation is a leader in the design, marketing and distribution of premium lifestyle products in four categories: apparel, home, accessories and fragrances. For…
Polo Ralph Lauren     US – NY, New York     06/26/10
Automotive eCommerce Consultant – ReqCode 303287-C
Cobalt-a leading provider of online retailing and search engine marketing solutions for the automotive industry-seeks an Automotive eCommerce Consultant. The Automotive eCommerce…
Cobalt Group     US – NY, New York     06/26/10
Shop Manager, Women’s Collection & Black Label – ReqCode 8495
Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation is a leader in the design, marketing and distribution of premium lifestyle products in four categories: apparel, home, accessories and fragrances. For…
Polo Ralph Lauren     US – NY, New York     06/26/10
Validation Engineer II
Genzyme Biosurgery is a leading developer of novel biotherapeutic and biomaterial products. Our products and research pipeline harness the power of biology to improve the health of…
Genzyme Corporation     US – NJ, Ridgefield     06/25/10
Material Handler I
Genzyme Biosurgery is a leading developer of novel biotherapeutic and biomaterial products. Our products and research pipeline harness the power of biology to improve the health of…
Genzyme Corporation     US – NJ, Ridgefield     06/25/10
Quality Inspector Lead
Genzyme Biosurgery is a leading developer of novel biotherapeutic and biomaterial products. Our products and research pipeline harness the power of biology to improve the health of…
Genzyme Corporation     US – NJ, Ridgefield     06/25/10
Assistant Manager, Special Sales
The Assistant Manager, Special Sales is an exciting opportunity to join a growing segment of book publishing. As part of the retail development team your responsibilities will incl…
Simon & Schuster     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Design Intern (Fall 2010)
As the most trusted name in quality toys, Fisher-Priceý has been helping to make childhood special for generations of kids. While we’re still loved for our classics, our employees’…
Fisher-Price     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Mechanical Engineer Intern
As the most trusted name in quality toys, Fisher-Priceý has been helping to make childhood special for generations of kids. While we’re still loved for our classics, our employees’…
Fisher-Price     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Electronic Engineer Intern (Fall 2010)
As the most trusted name in quality toys, Fisher-Priceý has been helping to make childhood special for generations of kids. While we’re still loved for our classics, our employees’…
Fisher-Price     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Packaging Samples Intern (2010 Fall/Winter)
As the most trusted name in quality toys, Fisher-Priceý has been helping to make childhood special for generations of kids. While we’re still loved for our classics, our employees’…
Fisher-Price     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Mechanical Engineer Intern
As the most trusted name in quality toys, Fisher-Priceý has been helping to make childhood special for generations of kids. While we’re still loved for our classics, our employees’…
Fisher-Price     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Account Mgr – ESM – USA (B)
Position Description:The incumbent is responsible for selling designated product line(s) into assigned strategic, corporate and/or global accounts. The account assignments include…
BMC     US – NY, Long Island     06/25/10
Histology Line Supervisor – ReqCode 389431
Dermpath Diagnostics is exclusively focused on providing exceptional dermatopathology services. Our commitment to dermatopathology is backed by an unrivaled team of over 90 board-c…
Ameripath     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Manager, Project Coordinator
WebMD (NASDAQ: WMBD) is the most recognized and trusted brand of health information and the leading provider of health information services, serving consumers, physicians, healthca…
WebMD     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Curriculum Coordinator – ReqCode 1195
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center is a world renowned organization dedicated to the progressive control and cure of cancer through programs of patient care, research, and educ…
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Sales Representative, Primary Care 2 – Manhattan S, NY
Job Summary:Calls on health care professionals in assigned sales territory and communicates product advantages, features and benefits, plays a vital role in fostering the Company&r…
Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.     US – NY, Manhattan     06/25/10
Senior Corporate Counsel Litigation
Sr Corporate Counsel will manage litigation for the parent company, Pfizer Inc, and all subsidiaries and affiliates in the United States and abroad, with a primary focus on product…
Pfizer Inc.     US – NY, New York     06/25/10

Job Title      Company      Location      Post/Mod
CLAIMS CONSULTANT – DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS LIABILITY-FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
CNA Insurance is currently recruiting for a senior claims professional in directors and officers professional liability. The individual in this position willmanage claims in D&O, E…
CNA     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Sales Specialist – Shaw Contract Group – Northeast New York – (Job Number: 50465)
Position Overview: Specific responsibilities include daily sales calls on existing customers. Must present products to architects, designers, end users and other users. New end us…
Shaw Industries Group     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
SAT Readiness Product Manager – ReqCode SJ2010160677361
The College Board, a national educational organization, is conducting a search for a Product Manager for our SAT Readiness Products. This position reports to an Executive Director…
The College Board     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Automotive Internet Account Executive – ReqCode R7021-D
Dealix, a division of Cobalt, seeks qualified applicants for the position of Territory Sales Executive. As the automotive Internet marketing services leader, Dealix offers employee…
Cobalt     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Director, Corporate Strategy – ReqCode SJ2010160608545
The College Board, a national educational organization, is conducting a search for a Director of Corporate Strategy to work in our Office of Strategy Management (OSM) Department. T…
The College Board     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Manager, Sales Development (FoxSport.com)
Position Description:Add
Fox Broadcasting Company.     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Student Intern – Manhattan NY
DescriptionA Student Interns goal is to provide administrative support to the district office and to gain useful, working knowledge of the background investigation process while at…
USIS     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Outside Sales Representative – ReqCode 1991880
At MarketStar, our energized employees are building brands every day and contributing to more than $10 billion in revenue for our clients. Working with prominent companies such as…
Marketstar Corporation     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Associate Registrar – ReqCode 6149585
The Mount Sinai School of Medicine is internationally acclaimed for excellence in clinical care, education, and scientific research. Associate Registrar In this role, you will s…
The Mount Sinai Medical Center     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Senior Associate Counsel – ReqCode 4106
Department Function: The General Counsel’s Office is responsible for: (1) identifying and resolving all legal and regulatory issues relating to the activities and status of all…
Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Employment Training Specialist (Job Coach) – ReqCode 1993169
Recognized as the #1 Best Company to Work for In New York, the YAI Network is an award-winning, nationally acclaimed network of not-for-profit health and human services agencies de…
YAI/NIPD     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Reed Krakoff – Footwear Developer
Manager, Footwear Product Development/Pre-Production – Reed Krakoff / New York, NY Reed Krakoff is a line of women’s American luxury ready to wear, handbags, shoes, jewelry, eyewe…
Coach, Inc.     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Software Architect – ReqCode 30359
A Fortune 200 firm is looking for a software architect to help with design, development and rollout of a global benefits enrollment platform. In this position you will interact wit…
Aon     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Sales Coordinator, Blue Label – ReqCode 8447
Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation is a leader in the design, marketing and distribution of premium lifestyle products in four categories: apparel, home, accessories and fragrances. For…
Polo Ralph Lauren     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Marketing Manager CLUB MONACO – ReqCode 8460
Club Monaco is the international retail brand known for style for both men and women. Opening its first store in Toronto in 1985, Club Monaco was instantly recognized by fashion in…
Polo Ralph Lauren     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Newsperson – Financial Markets Reporter – ReqCode 95002686
The Associated Press seeks an experienced and aggressive financial markets reporter to join a team that produces daily markets stories read by readers worldwide. This position is b…
Associated Press     US – NY, New York     06/25/10
Mechanic B L1-2
Job Requirements: The candidates for this position must be interested in qualifying as a Mechanic A at the 74th Street Generating Complex. Must have the ability to perform electri…
Steam Operations     US – NY, NY     06/25/10
Production Assistant
Superior Staff Resources is seeking a temporary Production Assistant for a four month assignment at a sports company. The incumbent will be responsible for: Ensure the…
Superior Technical Resources     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Staffing Supervisor, Midtown, NYC
A national workforce solutions provider to Fortune 500 companies, Superior Staff Resources, Inc. has an immediate opening for a Staffing Supervisor to recruit administrative, cleri…
Superior Technical Resources     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Designated Field Merchandiser – ReqCode 1991064
CPM US (An Omnicom Group Co.) is the industry leader in retail marketing services. Due to our diverse growth, CPM US is currently seeking retail merchandisers to successfully build…
CPM-US     US – NY, Sunnyside     06/24/10

Job Title      Company      Location      Post/Mod
Designated Field Merchandiser – ReqCode 1991011
CPM US (An Omnicom Group Co.) is the industry leader in retail marketing services. Due to our diverse growth, CPM US is currently seeking retail merchandisers to successfully build…
CPM-US     US – NY, Jackson Heights     06/24/10
Designated Field Merchandiser – ReqCode 1991072
CPM US (An Omnicom Group Co.) is the industry leader in retail marketing services. Due to our diverse growth, CPM US is currently seeking retail merchandisers to successfully build…
CPM-US     US – NY, Woodside     06/24/10
New Store Opening, Sales Professionals- Madison Ave Flagship – ReqCode 8140
Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation is a leader in the design, marketing and distribution of premium lifestyle products in four categories: apparel, home, accessories and fragrances. For…
Polo Ralph Lauren     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
New Store Opening, Accessories Manager, Madison Ave Flagship – ReqCode 8136
Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation is a leader in the design, marketing and distribution of premium lifestyle products in four categories: apparel, home, accessories and fragrances. For…
Polo Ralph Lauren     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
New Store Opening, Assistant Department Manager, Madison Ave Flagship – ReqCode 8138
Polo Ralph Lauren Corporation is a leader in the design, marketing and distribution of premium lifestyle products in four categories: apparel, home, accessories and fragrances. For…
Polo Ralph Lauren     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Asst Supervisors (Residential) – ReqCode 1645463
The YAI Network is an award-winning, nationally acclaimed network of not-for-profit health and human services agencies dedicated to building brighter futures for people with develo…
YAI     US – NY, Bronx     06/24/10
Assistant Director of Communications
ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS We are an international law firm headquartered in New York seeking an Assistant Director of Communications. This position is responsible for…
Debevoise & Plimpton LLP     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Director Strategic Sales Solutions
The Altitude Group is an internal strategic sales and marketing group within CBS Radio, whose goal is to generate media dollars from Fortune 500 advertisers. The revenue is increm…
CBS Radio     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Access Database Consultant
Superior Staff Resources is seeking a temporary Access Database Consultant in NYC. The incumbent will be responsible for:-Automate exception reports-Create access database to trac…
Superior Technical Resources     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Account Executive – Outside Sales – Queens, NY
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. has exciting opportunities for both entry-level and experienced copier / printer outside sales representatives   For entry-level can…
Konica Minolta Business Solutions     US – NY, Long Island City     06/24/10
Designated Field Merchandiser – ReqCode 1990937
CPM US (An Omnicom Group Co.) is the industry leader in retail marketing services. Due to our diverse growth, CPM US is currently seeking retail merchandisers to successfully build…
CPM-US     US – NY, Astoria     06/24/10
Account Executive
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. has exciting opportunities for both entry-level and experienced copier / printer outside sales representatives   For entry-level can…
Konica Minolta Business Solutions     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Account Coordinator
The Account Coordinator, Client Services will be responsible for supporting the sales team in planning, executing and monitoring the online advertising programs of CBS Interactiveý…
CBS Interactive     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Account Executive
Account Executive for CBS Interactive Entertainment Network: Responsible for maintaining and building advertising revenue with a named list of running accounts (in addition to pros…
CBS Interactive     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Named Account Executive
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. has an opportunity for a Named Account Executive. We seek polished professionals with business to business (B2B) experience in outsi…
Konica Minolta Business Solutions     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Senior Account Executive
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. has exciting opportunities for experienced copier / printer outside sales representatives   For seasoned candidates with proven sale…
Konica Minolta Business Solutions     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Production Print Solutions Specialist – CT and DC/VA/MD
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. is currently seeking a Production Print Sales Specialist. PURPOSE This position is responsible for maintaining and developing sales…
Konica Minolta Business Solutions     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Strategic Development Account Manager
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc is currently seeking a Strategic Account Development Manager. The position is responsible for maintaining and developing sales and pr…
Konica Minolta Business Solutions     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Key Account Manager – East Region
Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. is currently seeking a Key Account Manager. RESPONSIBILITIES: – Manage Konica Minolta relationship with assigned GPO. – Enable and s…
Konica Minolta Business Solutions     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Derivative Transaction Specialist
• Assist with the capture of derivative transactions and ensure the accuracy of the booking process• Affirm all new derivative transactions and related trade events with…
Superior Technical Resources     US – NY, New York     06/24/10

Job Title      Company      Location      Post/Mod
Derivative Transaction Specialist
• Assist with the capture of derivative transactions and ensure the accuracy of the booking process• Affirm all new derivative transactions and related trade events with…
Superior Technical Resources     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Operating Supervisor
Qualifications: Gas Operations (various locations) seeks to recruit dedicated professionals who recognizes the critical importance of personal responsibility and are committed to d…
Various     US – NY, NY     06/24/10
Director/Lead, CGC Brand Marketing (Celebrex/Tanezumab), Primary Care Business Unit
The Corporate and Government Customer (CGC) Brand Team is responsible for identifying and applying deep C&G Customer insights to deliver open access and greater value of our produc…
Pfizer Inc.     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Risk Analyst, AVP
Opening Statement State Street offers a full service market risk measurement solution for institutions in the financial markets. Reporting to the Vice President of Risk Advisor…
State Street     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Summer Internship- Fox Digital Media
Position Description:Summer Internship- Fox Digital Media ;Description of the department: FOX Digital Media (FDM) provides support services to all of the FNG Networks including:…
Fox Digital Media.     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Sales Executive – New York City – ReqCode 46884
A WORLD OF OPPORTUNITIES Hilton Worldwide offers a variety of global opportunities within our portfolio of world renowned brands. With more than 3,200 hotels in 77 countries, our…
Hilton Worldwide     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Administrative Assistant, Finance
The Administrative Assistant in the Finance unit plays a crucial role managing administrative responsibilities and supporting the CFO and Sr Directors in the finance team. This is…
WNET.ORG     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Administrative Assistant Content Production Post Production
The Administrative Assistant for Content, Production, Post Production plays a crucial role managing administrative responsibilities and supporting several members of the senior man…
WNET.ORG     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Stylist – NYC Locations CLUB MONACO – ReqCode 8391
Club Monaco is the international retail brand known for style for both men and women. Opening its first store in Toronto in 1985, Club Monaco was instantly recognized by fashion in…
Polo Ralph Lauren     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Vice President, Loan Accounting – ReqCode 1990949
Our client is one of the largest globally recognized financial institutions. This position is located on the east coast, but not in New York. The Vice President, Loan Accounting w…
Morgan Samuels     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Community Development Credit Products Officer II–NYC – ReqCode 1000037213
OPPORTUNITY FOR ACHIEVEMENT™… At Bank of America we take great pride in creating career opportunities for our associates – and we provide them with the training and suppo…
Bank of America     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
PR Coordinator CLUB MONACO – ReqCode 8463
Club Monaco is the international retail brand known for style for both men and women. Opening its first store in Toronto in 1985, Club Monaco was instantly recognized by fashion in…
Polo Ralph Lauren     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Vice President Underwriting – ReqCode 4171
Department Function: The primary function of the Underwriting department is to facilitate the new issue syndicate distribution of primary and secondary securities – equities, co…
Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Assistant Manager – NYC Locations CLUB MONACO – ReqCode 8392
Club Monaco is the international retail brand known for style for both men and women. Opening its first store in Toronto in 1985, Club Monaco was instantly recognized by fashion in…
Polo Ralph Lauren     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Designated Field Merchandiser – ReqCode 1991050
CPM US (An Omnicom Group Co.) is the industry leader in retail marketing services. Due to our diverse growth, CPM US is currently seeking retail merchandisers to successfully build…
CPM-US     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Product Integration Director
Product Integration Director New York, NY TIAA-CREF is seeking a Product Integration Director for it Product & Channel Integration unit. The right individual will possess in-dep…
TIAA-CREF     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Account Mgr – Specialist – USA (B)
Position Description:The incumbent is responsible for selling designated product line(s) into assigned strategic, corporate and/or global accounts. The account assignments include…
BMC     US – NY, New York     06/24/10
Publicity Assistant – Scribner
The Scribner imprint of Simon & Schuster is seeking a Publicity Assistant to support a very active publicity department with a dynamic publishing program. Responsibilities include…
Simon & Schuster     US – NY, New York     06/23/10
Editorial Assistant
Simon & Schuster is seeking an Editorial Assistant to support the VP, Editor-in-Chief of the Touchstone/Fireside imprint in a fast-paced department. Responsibilities include: arra…
Simon & Schuster     US – NY, New York     06/23/10
Publicity Director – Atria
The Atria imprint of Simon & Schuster is seeking a Publicity Director. The Director will be responsible for planning and developing long and short-range goals, objectives, strate…
Simon & Schuster     US – NY, New York     06/23/10

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Summer Internship- Fox Digital Media @ Fox Digital Media.
Job Description
Position Description:Summer Internship- Fox Digital Media

;Description of the department: FOX Digital Media (FDM) provides support services to all of the FNG Networks including: FOX Sports & Regional Sports Networks, FOX Broadcasting, FX, Fuel, Speed, Big10 Network, and the National Geographic Channel. FDM’s services include ad operations, ad sales, business development, research and analytics, video operations, design, hosting and technical operations, project management, and prod