Bronx Times | Allison Palmer Honored in 2nd Annual Bronx Power List

Schneps Media is thrilled to host the 2nd annual Bronx Power List on Wednesday, Dec. 14 at Maestro’s Caterers.

The most influential movers and shakers in the Bronx will be named to the Power List. The event recognizes those named for their continued commitment, impact and influence these individuals have sustained on the Bronx’s existence over the past year.

In addition to honoring these outstanding individuals, the event will feature a raffle with one hundred percent of the proceeds going to a local cause.

The Bronx Power List, the ultimate networking event, serves to connect these power players to do business and to do good for the community while celebrating their achievements.

The 2022 Bronx Power List, in formation, is currently as follows:

-Larry Scott Blackman, Vice President, Public Affairs, FreshDirect
-Michael Brady, Executive Director, Third Avenue Business Improvement District (BID)
-Dr. Susan R. Burns, President, College of Mount Saint Vincent
-Hon. Vanessa Gibson, Bronx Borough President
-Michael Max Knobbe, Executive Director, BronxNet
-Chaplain Ingrid Lewis-Martin, Chief Advisor, Office of the Mayor
-Elizabeth Macias, SVP and Chief Information Officer, Ponce Bank
-Sandy Manessis, Principal, New Vision Charter High School Advanced Math & School II
-Flora Montes, Founder & CEO, Bronx Fasion Week NYC
-Allison Palmer, Associate Executive Director, New Settlement
-Hon. Janet Peguero, Bronx Deputy Borough President
-Dr. Errol L. Pierre, Senior Vice President of State Programs Healthfirst
-Dr. Rameshwar, Sun River Health
-Tomas Ramos, Founder & President, Oyate Group
-Daniel Reingold, President, RiverSpring Living
-Kencle Satchell, Director of Communications and Marketing, NYC Health + Hospitals/Lincoln
-Xiomara Wallace, NYC Health + Hospitals

Learn more about the honorees at For tickets, sponsorship or to learn how to be named to the Power List reach out to Demetra Mattone, Director of Corporate Events at or at (718) 260-4512.

Original article posted by Bronx Times.