What: A Celebration of Young Leadership: The Next Generation of New York’s Political Leadership
When: Wednesday, Sept. 10, 2003, at 6:30pm
Where: Four Washington Square North, Commons Room
Note: Limited press seating: Please confirm attendance in advance.
New York University graduates New York State Assemblymember Jonathan Bing and New York City Councilmember Eric Gioia will be joined by the youngest member of the legislature, 28-year-old Assemblymember Ryan Karben, and Assemblymember Michelle Titus, the legislature’s youngest woman, in a conversation about the responsibilities and challenges that lie ahead for the next generation of politicians.
Bing, 33, represents the 73rd Assembly District on Manhattan’s East Side and graduated from NYU Law School in 1995. Gioia, 30, a member of the College of Arts and Science’s class of 1995, represents the 26th Council District, which covers Long Island City, Woodside, Sunnyside, Maspeth, and Astoria, Queens. Karben represents the 95th AD, in Rockland County, and Titus, 33, represents the 31st AD, in Queens, covering South Ozone Park, Springfield Gardens, Rosedale, Far Rockaway, and Laurelton.
The panel will be moderated by Dean Ellen Schall, of the Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, and is being co-hosted by the school and the Wagner Students Association (WSA).