Deb Gordon spotlighted New York Pride with Glennda Testone, Executive Director of New York City’s Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, & Transgender Community Center also known as The Center, which is one of the oldest LGBT organizations and is dedicated to empowering LGBT people to lead healthy and successful lives.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Simi Linton, author, filmmaker, and disability rights advocate discussing, Dance/NYC and the launch of its disability initiative.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Ruth Stukes, Senior Case Manager of Urban Youth Alliance International (UYAI), a faith based, non-denominational urban youth ministry founded in the Bronx in 1970.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Kathy Spahn, President and CEO of Helen Keller International a non-profit co-founded by Ms. Keller in 1915, and is dedicated to preventing blindness and malnutrition worldwide.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Nicolette Witcher, Vice President of Environment and Education at Hudson River Park Trust whose role is to maintain and preserve the Hudson River Park which runs for four miles along the Hudson River from Chambers to West 59th street, and is visited by millions of New Yorkers and tourists annually.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Jenna Glazer, Chief Development Officer at The Young Survival Coalition (YSC).
The Walking Dead’s Chad L. Coleman lost his cool on the New York City subway, and it appears rightfully so.
Deb Gordon spotlighted Earth Month with Kizzy Charles Guzman, Program Policy Director of The Nature Conservancy which is one of the most effective environmental groups working today…
Deb Gordon’s guests were Scott Kennedy the Co-founder, Executive Director of Solving Kids’ Cancer and Donna Ludwinski, the organization’s Co-Director of Research Programs. Solving Kids Cancer (SKC) is a not-for-profit dedicated to improving survivorship of […]