Stavros Niarchos Foundation and Charles H. Revson Foundation Present 2nd Annual NYC Neighborhood Library Awards
20 May 2015
Anthony Marx, President of the New York Public Library, Parkchester Library Manager, Wendy Archer, Maya Wiley, Counsel to Mayor Bill de Blasio – Source: Don Pollard
Julie Strauss-Gabel, Publisher of Dutton Children’s Books, Langston Hughes Library Executive Director Andrew P. Jackson, and Bridget Quinn-Carey, Interim President of the Queens Library – Source: Don Pollard
Anthony Marx, President of the New York Public Library; Mott Haven Library Manager Jeanine Thomas-Cross, and acclaimed artist and author Maira Kalman – Source: Don Pollard – Source: Don Pollard
Anthony Marx, President of the New York Public Library; Stapleton Library Manager Robert Gibbs; and, Reynold Levy, Chairman of the Board of the Charles H. Revson Foundation – Source: Don Pollard
Linda Johnson, President of the Brooklyn Public Library; New Lots Library Manager Edwin Maxwell; acclaimed author Jacqueline Woodson – Source: Don Pollard
Amalia Delicari, SNF – Source: Don Pollard
On May 20, the Stavros Niarchos Foundation and the Charles H. Revson Foundation presented the 2nd annual NYC Neighborhood Library Awards.
Established in 1956, the Charles H. Revson Foundation operates grant programs in Urban Affairs, Jewish Life, Biomedical Research, and Education. The Urban Affairs program is focused on projects that enhance New York City’s vitality as a leading and livable urban capital. The Jewish Life program operates in the United States and in Israel, with a particular focus on young adults. The Biomedical Research program is devoted to strengthening basic research in the biomedical sciences. The Education program supports institutions and projects that seek to provide broad access to knowledge, information, and resources that sustain an informed and engaged citizenry.
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