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* WEDNESDAY, MAY 25, 2011  *

6pm – 8:30pm

Manhattan Penthouse

80 Fifth Avenue,
17th Floor

Entrance on SW corner of 14th Street

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Lucy Cabrera
Liz Neumark

    Karen Washington


Featuring Special Guest Speaker

Brian Lehrer

Read their bios

Join Citizens Union in awarding its 3rd Annual Community Leadership Award to Lucy Cabrera, Liz Neumark, and Karen Washington for their collective work around hunger relief and access to healthy food which is creating a more sustainable city for all.


Host Committee (in formation)
Co-Chairs: Nancy Bowe, Ian Kelley and Marc Norman

John P. Avlon
Zach Bernstein*
Judi Rappoport Blitzer*
Julie Blitzer
Nancy* and Anthony Bowe
Mary Bruch*
Robert E. Buckholz
James F. Capalino
Citrin Cooperman
Curtis Cole
Larry Condon and John Hoffee
Joel Cooperman
Lewis B. and Louise Hirschfeld Cullman
Delaware North Companies Sportservice
Allan Dobrin, The City University of NY
Robert Donovan*
The Durst Organization
Gail Erickson
Mark Foggin*
Food Bank For New York City
Jonathan Freedman*
Elizabeth Gilmore
Tal Golomb*
John and Damaris Horan
George and Mariana Kaufman
Robert M. Kaufman
Aaron Koffman

Carter Keithley, Toy Industry Association
Ian Kelley
Patricia Kirshner 
David Kramer
Eric S. Lee
Grace Lyu-Volckhausen
Tony and Elise Mattia
Julie Menin
George B. Munroe
Marc Norman
Liz Neumark, Great Performances /
Katchkie Farm / The Sylvia Center
Janet and David Offensend
Jason Pizer, Trinity Real Estate
Sally and Eric Robinson
Bryony Romer* and Joshua Mack
Alan Rothstein
Rick Schaffer
Bart M. Schwartz
Ken Seplow*
Peter Sherwin and Philip Anderson
Claire Silberman
Anthony R. Smith
Edward C. Swenson
Teresa Toro
Catherine and Christopher Townsend
Cindy VandenBosch*
David Wang*
*Spring for Reform planning committee

To join the Host Committee contact Bethany Wall at Citizens Union
212-227-0342 ext.16, [email protected]

 About Citizens Union and Citizens Union Foundation

 As an independent, nonpartisan civic organization dedicated to promoting good government and advancing political reform in the City and State of New York, Citizens Union serves as a watchdog for the public interest and an advocate for the common good. For more than a century, we have worked to ensure fair elections, clean campaigns, and open, effective government that is accountable to the citizens of New York. Believing that an informed citizenry is the cornerstone of a thriving local democracy, Citizens Union Foundation – the research, education, and advocacy organization affiliated with Citizens Union – publishes, a front row seat to New York City policy and politics.

 For More Information

 Purchase tickets online or contact Kristine Bruch at McEvoy & Associates
212-228-7446 x15 or [email protected].

 Gifts to Spring for Reform support Citizens Union’s work to shape and promote legislation that serves the public interest. Given the nature of this work, contributions are not tax-deductible. For more information contact Bethany Wall at 212-227-0342, x16.

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