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IN PICTURES: Jamestown honored for supporting teen tech program

Hudson Guild  honored Jamestown, L.P. and its president, Michael Phillips at its 6th Annual Gala in recognition of Jamestown’s  support of Hudson Guild’s new Tech Up Lab and program.  Tech Up is designed to engage teens and young adults living in New York City Housing Authority’s (NYCHA) Fulton, Elliott, and Chelsea Public Housing Developments, and aims to fill the gap in technology and career training for at-risk youth residents. Jamestown provided over $1 million for renovation of the new facility and operational costs for the first few years of programming. Additionally, Google provided the required technology equipment and NYCHA is making the space available to Hudson Guild free of charge.

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: William Floyd (second from left) of Google and friends
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Paul Balser, Co-Founder of Ironwood Partners, LLC / Hudson Guild Board Chair / United Neighborhood Houses Board Member; and Susan Stamler, Executive Director, United Neighborhood Houses
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: Nick Stoumpas, SVP &Treasurer at IAC / Hudson Guild Board Member; and Ken Jockers, Hudson Guild Executive Director
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David Ellen, EVP & General Counsel at Cablevision / Hudson Guild Board Member & Secretary; and Egypt Calier, Hudson Guild former participant and featured speaker

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Congressman Jerry Nadler; Andrew Kimball, CEO of Industry City; David Bocarsly, Community Liaison at Office of U.S. Representative Jerrold Nadler; and Chris Taylor and Anthony Cirone, owners of Li-Lac Chocolates
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Anna Hayes Levin of the City Planning Commission; and Gale Brewer, Manhattan Borough President
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Eduardo Castell, MirRam Group; Andrew Kimball, CEO of Industry City; and Michael Phillips, President of Jamestown

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