Event Features

Date & Time:
Thursday, December 14th
10:30am – 2:00pm

Location:
Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute of Religion
1 West 4th Street
New York, NY 10012

Event Features

City & State is pleased to announce the 2017 Responsible 100 Honorees, an annual recognition list honoring 100 of New York’s most outstanding corporate citizens. 

Join us on December 14th as we celebrate the accomplishments of our elite group of 100 New Yorkers who are setting new standards of excellence, dedication and leadership in improving their communities and making transformative change in New York.

The event will be led by May Malik, Director of Public/Private Partnerships, NYC Service | Office of the Mayor.

 

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE 2017 RESPONSIBLE 100 HONOREES:

 

CAUSE AWARD

Ryan Serhant

Broker, Nest Seekers International 

 

CIVIC LEADER OF THE YEAR AWARD

First Lady Chirlane McCray

Chair, Board of Directors for the Mayor’s Fund for the City of New York

 

HUMANITARIAN AWARD

Dr. Hazel Dukes

President, NAACP New York State Conference

 

COMMUNITY IMPACT AWARD

Peter Meyer

President, New York City Market, TD Bank N.A. 

 

  • K.A. Stacie Alexiou, CEO, Managing Director, WATT + FLUX An LED Inspire Company
  • Margaret Anadu, Managing Director, Urban Investment Group at Goldman Sachs
  • Harun Asad, Head of Corporate Sustainability, Con Edison
  • Joe Berman, Sustainability and Corporate Responsibility Senior Consultant, Arcadis
  • Sarah Berman, President, The Berman Group
  • Les Bluestone, Partner, Blue Sea Development Company
  • Dave Bolotsky, Founder & CEO, UncommonGoods
  • Jaclyn Bouchard, Senior Manager - Corporate Responsibility, S&P Global
  • Cynthia Bowman, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, Bank of America
  • Stephanie Burns, Vice President , Community & Citizenship, Turner Construction
  • Judaline Cassidy, Examining Board, Plumbers Local 1
  • Carmen Charles, President, Local 420 Union
  • Jyoti Chopra, Chief Diversity Officer, Head of Global Citizenship & Sustainability, BNY Mellon
  • Mary R. Cleaver, Founder, The Cleaver Company, The Green Table, and Green Table Farms
  • Lauren Coape-Arnold, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, Guggenheim Partners
  • Louise Cohen, CEO, Primary Care Development Corporation
  • Jennifer Colyer, Special Counsel, Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP
  • Michael Connor, Editor & Publisher, Business Ethics Magazine
  • Doug Cotter, President, Grant Associates
  • Jonathan Crook, General Manager, Peninsula New York Hotel
  • Paul DeCotis, Senior Director, West Monroe Partners, LLC
  • Michelle J. DePass, Dean of Milano & Tishman Professor of Environmental Policy and Management, The New School
  • Dawn Emling, Global Head of Sustainability Initiatives, Thomson Reuters
  • Emily Smith Ewing, Executive Director, Corporate Social Responsibility Program, Fordham Law School
  • Anthony Fatone, Regional President, Zipcar
  • Gabrielle Fialkoff, Senior Advisor to the Mayor, Director of Strategic Partnerships, City of New York
  • Jonathan Flaherty, Senior Director of Sustainability, Tishman Speyer
  • Jayne E. Fleming, Human Rights Lawyer and Head of Reed Smith LLP’s Human Rights Team, Reed Smith
  • George Fontas, Chief Executive Officer, Fontas Advisors
  • Laura Gallagher, Global Head, Corporate Citizenship, AIG
  • Audrey Gelman, Co-Founder & CEO, The Wing
  • Alycia Gilde Egan, Northeast Regional Director, CALSTART
  • Penny Glazier, Partner & Director of Communications, Glaizerworks
  • Clare Graff, Senior Director, Social Responsibility & Civic Communications, National Football League
  • Christopher Gray, Senior Director, Global Institutions, Pfizer
  • Ali Hartman, Principal & Head of Global Citizenship, KKR
  • Caroline Heller, Shareholder, Greenberg Traurig
  • Lex Heslin, CEO, Beautiful Earth Group
  • Tracy Richelle High, Partner, Sullivan & Cromwell LLP
  • Pamela Jacob, Manager, Social Impact, Oracle + Netsuite
  • Paul Jeffries, Director, Community Development, New York City Football Club
  • Jennifer L. Kroman, Director of Pro Bono Practice, Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP
  • Sayar Lonial, Executive Director, Marketing & Communications, NYU Tandon School of Engineering
  • Paula Luff, Director, Sustainability & Impact, Inherent Group
  • Elizabeth Majkowski, SVP, Operations and Director of Sustainability, SL Green Realty Corp.
  • Meredith Marshall, Managing Partner & Co-Founder, BRP Companies
  • Deborah Marton, Executive Director, New York Restoration Project
  • Suzanne McGillicuddy, Asst. Dean of Students & Co-Chair of Sustainability Council, Fashion Institute of Technology
  • Gifford Miller, Managing Member, Signature Urban Properties
  • Hala Mirza, Vice President Corporate Communications & Citizenship, Regeneron
  • Lisa Newfield, Partner, Murtha Cullina LLP
  • Justina Nixon-Saintil, Director of Corporate Social Responsibility, Verizon
  • Nneka Norville, Director, Corporate Social Responsibility, BET Networks, a VIACOM Company
  • Francesco Notaristefano, Coach, New Rochelle High School
  • Tom Ogletree, Director of Social Impact and External Affairs, General Assembly
  • JoAnne Page, President & CEO, The Fortune Society
  • Marissa Pagnani, Group Vice President, Corporate Responsibility, PVH Corp.
  • Karen Paletta, President, New York/New Jersey Region, Sprint
  • Swati Parikh, Senior Director of Public Service and Pro Bono Initiatives, New York Law School
  • Jorge R. Petit, CEO, Coordinated Behavioral Care
  • Blondel Pinnock, SVP, Chief Lending Officer, Carver Federal Savings Bank
  • Denise Ramos, CEO, ITT, Inc.
  • Kathleen Ryan Mufson, Director, Corporate Citizenship, Pitney Bowes
  • Christine Salerno, Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, Marsh & McLennan Companies
  • Louis Sartori, Director of the Pro Bono Practice, The Legal Aid Society
  • Fatima Shama, Executive Director, Fresh Air Fund
  • Laren E. Spirer, Director of Pro Bono Programs & Lecturer in Law, Columbia Law School
  • Amy Springsteel, Assistant Vice President, Corporate Responsibility, Voya Financial
  • Lori Stanlick, Director of Social Services, Jonathan Rose Companies
  • Jennifer Stula Rivera, Vice President, Corporate Social Responsibility, Moody's
  • Sandye Taylor, Director of Global Diversity & Inclusion, RBC Capital Markets
  • Kelly Mahon Tullier, Executive Vice President, General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, Visa Inc.
  • Karen van Bergen, CEO, Omnicom Public Relations Group
  • Louise Vongerichten, Founder & President, Food Dreams Foundation
  • Vornado Realty Trust    
  • Hugh Welsh, President, DSM North America
  • Julia Wilson, Director of Global Responsibility & Sustainability, Nielsen
  • Howard Wolfson, Director of Advocacy, Bloomberg Philanthropies
  • Greg Worrell, President, Scholastic Education
  • Joni Yoswein, President, Yoswein New York
  • Kirsten Young, Director of Corporate Social Responsibility, Charter Communications

 

For more information on programming and sponsorship opportunities, please contact csr@cityandstateny.com