Deb Gordon’s guest was Josh Lockwood, CEO of The American Red Cross Greater New York
Deb Gordon spotlights two women who recently celebrated their first full year in business with successful startups: Chelsa Crowley and Emily Brickel Edelson.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Sharon Cohen, founder of Figure Skating in Harlem (FSH), the first and only nonprofit of its kind with the mission to combine the power of education with the discipline of figure skating to transform the lives of under-served girls in New York.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Paul Dalio, writer and director of “Touched with Fire” a new film whose main protagonists played by Katie Holmes and Luke Kirby, are bipolar poets who express their intense love for each other and for their art through emotional extremes.
Deb Gordon’s guest was the First Lady of New York City, Chirlane McCray, who spotlighted ThriveNYC, the de Blasio Administration’s comprehensive initiative designed to combat the growing issue of mental illness and make it easy for those impacted to get resources and care.
Deb Gordon’s guests were Ta’Rhonda Jones, actress on the hit TV show Empire, and singer Debbie Gibson — two of the celebrities who lent their time and talents to the American Heart Association’s Go Red For Women™ Red Dress Collection Fashion Show, presented by Macy’s®.
New York Fashion Week kicks off this week, and Deb Gordon’s guest was Michael Palladino, Vice President of Fashion Education at United Colors of Fashion (UCOF)…
Deb Gordon’s guest was Mary Houtsma, co-Founder and Executive Director of the Essex County Family Justice Center, started in 2010 as the first of its kind facility in New Jersey that helps victims of intimate partner violence and provides innovative, coordinated services in one location.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Amanda Melpolder, Director of Strategic Volunteerism Initiatives at the New York City Coalition Against Hunger.
Deb Gordon’s guest was Hon. Judy Harris Kluger, former judge and Executive Director of Sanctuary for Families, the largest nonprofit in New York State dedicated exclusively to serving domestic violence victims and their children.