Warren Schreiber is entering his fifth year as president of the Bay Terrace Community Alliance, Inc. – a civic organization representing almost 5,000 households. The community organizer, who considers himself socially progressive and fiscally conservative, is involved with a number of other organizations and projects in Queens. He is the co-president of the Presidents Co-op & Condo Council, an [...]
Neil Levin received a BA in Economics from Brooklyn College and was a pioneer in the online retail industry, running a successful web-based retail venture in 1995. Levin built upon his own experiences online when co-founding Webline Designs. To date Levin has worked on over 700 website design and development projects. Outside of Webline, Levin [...]
On November 3rd, 2009, Bill de Blasio was elected New York City’s third Public Advocate. For the prior eight years, de Blasio served in the New York City Council where he fought to make City Hall more responsive and accountable to New Yorkers. Bill de Blasio began his work in New York City government as [...]
Joshua Schneps is Co-Publisher of Schneps Communications, the largest privately owned publisher of community newspapers, magazines and local websites serving the boroughs of Queens and Brooklyn. The company’s publications serving Queens include The Queens Courier group of weekly community newspapers, El Correo de Queens, Queens Business, Long Island City Courier, North Shore Towers Courier, Le Havre Courier, Aspire College Magazine and [...]
Richard Christy grew up in Redfield, Kansas, a tiny town of about fifty people. He is a comic, writer, drummer, actor and licensed electrician. Richard was offered his dream job opportunity to audition for The Howard Stern Show in 2004 when Stuttering John left the Stern Show to join The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. [...]
In 1986, Claire Shulman became Queens’ first female borough president, a position which she would hold until 2001. As the highest ranking elected official in a borough of over two million people, Mrs. Shulman had an enormous role in a wide range of issues, including those related to land use, development of the City’s [...]
Jukay was raised in the Queens neighborhoods of Bayside and Flushing. He developed his interest in economic and community development in high school as a volunteer and later Chairman of the American Red Cross Queens Chapter Youth Group while also serving as Student Body President of Stuyvesant High School. After studying economic development and graduating [...]
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