Rose Pierre-Louis explains why it will give NYC’s voters more choices and enable more equitable representation for Black and brown communities.
Discussion focused on how New York’s COVID-19 recovery can center the needs of women, girls and marginalized communities.
Hers were among the insights provided by nearly 40 Black women who have shaped New York government, politics, policy and civic life.
McSilver’s COO weighed in as the NYC Commission on Human Rights announced an investigation into maternal drug testing practices at several NYC hospitals.
Rose Pierre-Louis joined a panel of experts on the Manhattan Neighborhood Network TV channel.
The NYU McSilver COO joins Susan Lerner and Betsy Gotbaum, who are already on the board.
McSilver’s COO Rose Pierre-Louis co-moderated a virtual town hall on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on domestic violence, with experts and advocates.
McSilver Institute’s COO Rose Pierre-Louis introduced the former Vogue editor-at-large and co-facilitated the discussion.
Police reform protests have created a unique opportunity for passing legislation years in the making, a panel of elected leaders co-moderated by McSilver’s COO Rose Pierre-Louis explained during a June 18 forum.
Rose Pierre-Louis moderated the virtual town hall with elected officials representing Manhattan’s West Side.