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 BronxPowerList.com. For tickets, sponsorship or to learn how to be named to the Power List reach out to Demetra Mattone, Director of Corporate Events at DMattone@SchnepsMedia.com or at (718) 260-4512.
Original article posted by Bronx Times.
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Mr. G tours the New Settlement Community Center with a visit to water aerobics, Bronxie, and our rooftop garden, for PIX11’s It’s A G Thing.
Senator Luis Sepúlveda and the New Settlement Community Center host a free backpack and food giveaway to support families as children head back to school.
Celebrating the 10th anniversary of the New Settlement Community Center was a community-wide affair. Families enjoyed fun fair activities, bouncy houses, and program demos, and were provided information from each New Settlement program and local businesses.
The New York Yankees today announced the organization’s annual celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. Highlights in 2022 include recognition of community members through the Yankees’ Hispanic Heritage Month Awards program, Latin-inspired food items available to fans at Yankee Stadium, and a unique ticket offer in which fans can recognize their Latin-American heritage with a New Era Yankees cap emblazoned with their homeland’s flag.
The Yankees will again bestow their annual Hispanic Heritage Month Community Achievement Awards to individuals and organizations making a profound difference in the lives of our community. Recipients will be highlighted on Yankees social media platforms and recognized in a pregame on-field ceremony on September 21, prior to the team’s 7:05 p.m. game vs. Pittsburgh. This year’s honorees are:
• New Settlement (newsettlement.org) is a Bronx nonprofit organization that aims to break systemic barriers, advance justice, promote leadership and strengthen neighborhoods in the borough. As part of programming in 2022, young people from New Settlement participated in the Yankees Healthy Home Plate Program, which teaches children how to prepare and incorporate healthy, sustainable and affordable meals into one’s lifestyle. The students took part in a series of hands-on cooking demonstrations at Yankee Stadium led by Legends Senior Executive Chef Matt Gibson. Each participant also received a chef’s jacket, a cookbook of healthy recipes, a bag filled with provisions to prepare healthy meals at home, a gift card from Peapod and tickets to attend a Yankees game.
• Citymeals on Wheels (www.citymeals.org) provides a continuous lifeline of nourishing meals and vital companionship to nearly 20,000 homebound elderly New Yorkers. Working in partnership with community-based organizations and senior centers, Citymeals has prepared and delivered over 6 million weekend, holiday and emergency meals since the start of the pandemic. Last year, nearly 23,000 volunteers gave more than 83,000 hours of time to Citymeals’ mission.
• NYPD Lieutenant Michael Almonte had a distinguished 20-year career on the force and recently retired on July 29. He was instrumental in the formation of the NYPD’s Blue Chips program, which the Yankees honored during HOPE Week 2022. Blue Chips is a co-ed youth and mentoring sports program that focuses on bridging the gap between police officers and young people throughout New York City. The year-round program serves young people ages 12 through 17 and connects them with mentors in the NYPD to put them on a path to success.
Additionally, in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM), Yankee Stadium’s food service provider, Legends Hospitality, is highlighting five Latin-inspired menu items, two of which have been newly created for the month. Photos may be found here.
→ Al Pastor Bacon on a Stick (new for HHM): Al pastor glazed bacon topped with house-made pineapple chili jam. Available at the Section 121 N.Y. Grill Stand.
→ Classic Paloma (new for HHM): A traditional Mexican sparkling grapefruit cocktail, made with Tres Generaciones Plata Tequila. Available at concourse bars located by Sections 134, 207, 232 and 320.
→ Mexican-Style Bronx Street Corn: Corn on the cob with cilantro lime crema, cotija cheese and Takis crumbles. Available at the YES Network Terrace (left field bleachers) and the Toyota Terrace (right field bleachers).
→ La Dulce Vida Milkshake: A Stadium favorite, available in vanilla or chocolate. Made with dulce de leche and tres leches, with a cupcake, churro and blue and white Yankees sprinkles. Served in a souvenir cup. Available at Shake Stands at Sections 112, 125, and 324.
→ Colombian Beef Empanada: Sourced from a minority-owned local New York City business, the empanada is served with cilantro lime crema. Available at the Garlic Fries Stand at Section 107.
Fans looking to attend games while honoring their Hispanic heritage can take part in a special ticket offer during the September 20-25 homestand. As part of the “Rep Your Flag” program, fans can purchase tickets for these games and receive a New Era Yankees cap co-branded with the Latin American flag of their choice. Options include Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Spain, Uruguay and Venezuela. Fans may visit www.yankees.com/heritage for English language information or click here for Spanish language information.
To learn more about these and other events and initiatives, fans may visit the team’s official Spanish-language website, www.yankeesbeisbol.com, and click on the special Hispanic Heritage Month section. Current information on all Hispanic initiatives may be found on the Yankees’ Spanish-language Facebook page (www.facebook.com/yankeesbeisbol), Twitter page (@Yankees_beisbol) and Instagram page (@Yankeesbeisbol).
Original article posted 9/15/22, via MLB.com
Frank Portes, a freshman student at the University of Buffalo, and College Access Center and YAOI participant, talks about the impact of New Settlement programming, with OPEN Host Daren Jaime.
Bronx youth, led by New Settlement’s Young Men Establishing the Narrative (YMEN) program, rallied to end gun violence on Saturday, July 30, 2022. Organizers also wrote proposals with the intention to reach politicians with a call to support community-led efforts to solve the gun violence epidemic.
Video originally aired on PIX11, July 30, 2022.