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Format: 2019-07-24
Format: 2019-07-24

 

News from Citizens Committee for New York City

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, July 9th, 2019

Contact: Conor Greene (212) 822-9566 / cgreene@citizensnyc.org (Citizens Committee for New York City)

              Jaszver Bauzon (212) 224-7602 / jbauzon@nixonpeabody.com (Nixon Peabody)

Citizens Committee for New York City Announces Addition of Nixon Peabody Partner Tatiana Gutierrez to its Board of Directors

NEW YORK – Citizens Committee for New York City (CCNYC), a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life in neighborhoods across New York City, is pleased to announce that Nixon Peabody’s Tatiana E. Gutierrez, a partner in the firm’s Affordable Housing and Real Estate practice, has joined its Board of Directors.

Gutierrez focuses on affordable housing law, representing developers, investors, housing authorities and tenant groups on affordable housing transactions and regulatory issues. She is particularly passionate about social impact, technology, and the effect of housing on people’s lives. She started her career in affordable housing at the Harrison Institute for Public Law and has provided pro bono counsel to tenant associations, limited equity cooperatives and nonprofits.

Gutierrez received her undergraduate degree from Georgetown University and her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. She was recognized in the 2014 edition of The Legal 500: USA as a Leading Lawyer in the Real Estate category and was recently named a 2019 Notable Women in Law honoree by Crain’s New York. She serves on the Board of Women in Housing Finance and on the Young New Yorkers for the Philharmonic Benefits Committee and was an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center.

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Citizens Committee for New York City Announces Addition of Nixon Peabody Partner Tatiana Gutierrez to its Board of Directors
July 09, 2019

NEW YORK – Citizens Committee for New York City (CCNYC) and the New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) are proud to announce that 52 public schools have been awarded Public School Green Team grants of up to $1,000 during the spring grant cycle. The funding will be used by each school’s Green Team to implement programs aimed at improving the local environment, reducing waste, addressing climate change, and promoting sustainability within the school community. Programs funded during this grant cycle include equipping classrooms with recycling and composting equipment, creating and maintaining community gardens, and providing reusable water bottles to reduce the amount of plastic in landfills.

See below for full list of schools selected for funding and reply to this email for details on any specific school project.

Press Release
April 05, 2019

NEW YORK – Citizens Committee for New York City (CCNYC) is celebrating the inclusion in the FY2020 state budget a statewide ban on plastic carryout bags and the nation’s first congestion pricing plan. The nonprofit organization has long advocated for both measures to improve the quality of life and health in neighborhoods across the city, especially low-income communities most impacted by pollution, congestion and other types of environmental injustice and inequity.

Press Release
April 01, 2019

NEW YORK – Citizens Committee for New York City raised more than $1.2 million at its 2019 New Yorker for New York gala last week in support of its mission to help New Yorkers come together and improve the quality of life in their neighborhoods. This year’s honorees included Ursula Burns, Richard Ravitch and Kathleen M. Doyle, the Mollie Parnis Livingston Foundation and the Hochman Family, and River and Rusty Fields. Citizens Committee 2018 Green Team grant recipient Special Music School Advanced Women’s Choir provided entertainment to the more than 400 supporters, partners, funders and community members who packed Gotham Hall to celebrate Citizens Committee’s vital work.

 

Citizens Committee Chief Executive Officer Peter H. Kostmayer and Board Chair Chris Ruggeri, Principal at Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP, provided welcome remarks to kick off the February 25 event. Former two-term New York City Comptroller William Thompson, Jr., now Chief Administrative Officer at Siebert Cisneros Shank & Co. LLC and Chair of the Board of Trustees of the City University of New York, presented this year’s New Yorkers for New York Award to Richard Ravitch and Kathleen M. Doyle for their years of service and dedication to the city they call home.

Press Release
March 12, 2019

The new fund is intended to provide microgrants, from a few hundred dollars to more than $5,000, for the purpose of spurring local innovation and new neighborhood initiatives in Chelsea and Hudson Yards. 

Elected Officials Join 19 Private Sector Companies to Announce Innovative "West Side Community Fund"
Press Release
November 01, 2018

Members of the Woodhaven Cultural and Historical Society have launched a pop-up museum they hope will help inspire the next generation of historians in Queens and beyond... The banners cost about $2,000 and were paid for by donations, City Council funds and a grant from Citizens Committee for New York City. Eventually, the group hopes to find a permanent site for a museum that would also contain historical items, documents and oral histories from residents.

Woodhaven’s mobile museum delves into nabe’s rich history
Lisa Colangelo
amNEWYORK
October 15, 2017

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News from Citizens Committee for New York City

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Tuesday, July 9th, 2019

Contact: Conor Greene (212) 822-9566 / cgreene@citizensnyc.org (Citizens Committee for New York City)

              Jaszver Bauzon (212) 224-7602 / jbauzon@nixonpeabody.com (Nixon Peabody)

Citizens Committee for New York City Announces Addition of Nixon Peabody Partner Tatiana Gutierrez to its Board of Directors

NEW YORK – Citizens Committee for New York City (CCNYC), a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life in neighborhoods across New York City, is pleased to announce that Nixon Peabody’s Tatiana E. Gutierrez, a partner in the firm’s Affordable Housing and Real Estate practice, has joined its Board of Directors.

Gutierrez focuses on affordable housing law, representing developers, investors, housing authorities and tenant groups on affordable housing transactions and regulatory issues. She is particularly passionate about social impact, technology, and the effect of housing on people’s lives. She started her career in affordable housing at the Harrison Institute for Public Law and has provided pro bono counsel to tenant associations, limited equity cooperatives and nonprofits.

Gutierrez received her undergraduate degree from Georgetown University and her J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center. She was recognized in the 2014 edition of The Legal 500: USA as a Leading Lawyer in the Real Estate category and was recently named a 2019 Notable Women in Law honoree by Crain’s New York. She serves on the Board of Women in Housing Finance and on the Young New Yorkers for the Philharmonic Benefits Committee and was an adjunct professor at Georgetown University Law Center.

Click the below link to open the release and read more.

 

 

Citizens Committee for New York City Announces Addition of Nixon Peabody Partner Tatiana Gutierrez to its Board of Directors
July 09, 2019

NEW YORK – Citizens Committee for New York City (CCNYC) and the New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) are proud to announce that 52 public schools have been awarded Public School Green Team grants of up to $1,000 during the spring grant cycle. The funding will be used by each school’s Green Team to implement programs aimed at improving the local environment, reducing waste, addressing climate change, and promoting sustainability within the school community. Programs funded during this grant cycle include equipping classrooms with recycling and composting equipment, creating and maintaining community gardens, and providing reusable water bottles to reduce the amount of plastic in landfills.

See below for full list of schools selected for funding and reply to this email for details on any specific school project.

Press Release
April 05, 2019

NEW YORK – Citizens Committee for New York City (CCNYC) is celebrating the inclusion in the FY2020 state budget a statewide ban on plastic carryout bags and the nation’s first congestion pricing plan. The nonprofit organization has long advocated for both measures to improve the quality of life and health in neighborhoods across the city, especially low-income communities most impacted by pollution, congestion and other types of environmental injustice and inequity.

Press Release
April 01, 2019

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