Distiniguished Leadership Award Series Presents: A Conversation with Comptroller William Thompson

Comptroller will discuss efforts to diversify the New York city Pension funds, creating opportunities for minority and women-owned businesses, and his vision for NYC.

Space is limited: $20.00 fee for non CUP-members.

For more info or RSVP, email Ashleigh at agibson@nysup.org.

Location

Council of Urban Professionals
55 Exchange Place bet William and Broad Streets
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The Roosevelt Island Accessibility Study

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