8.4 million residents. More than 5 million MetroCard swipes across 472 subway stations every day. The largest single public school district in the United States.
As New Yorkers, we live in our country’s largest city — with some of the largest cultural and business hubs in the world — and we need the right structures in place to make it all function. It’s a complex undertaking, and there’s always room to improve, but one thing is clear: well-run transportation, accessible housing, access to art and culture, and quality schools are some of the key components to ensuring New York maintains its status as a world-class city.
Tech:NYC is committed to supporting just that, so we’re hosting a series of lunchtime dialogues for tech employees in our membership to engage on the issues that make our city run — and what we can do to support its well being into the future.
To join us, sign up below for invitations and updates:
John Raskin, Executive Director, Riders Alliance
Elizabeth Goldstein, President, Municipal Art Society of New York (MAS)
James Vacca, Commissioner, NYC Charter Revision Commission, and former New York City Council Member
Aaron Carr, Executive Director, Housing Rights Initiative; Benjamin Dulchin, Executive Director, Association for Neighborhood & Housing Development
Daniel Brownell, former Commissioner, New York City Business Integrity Commission
More to be announced
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