City government and business experts shared their insights on how to achieve an equitable pandemic jobs recovery, at City and State New York’s Diversity Summit.
Sheryl Huggins Salomon posed questions to 10 hopefuls during a forum co-hosted by Community Service Society.
Sheryl Huggins Salomon led a virtual discussion that included NYC Human Rights Commissioner Carmelyn Malalis.
Hers were among the insights provided by nearly 40 Black women who have shaped New York government, politics, policy and civic life.
McSilver Institute’s Sheryl Huggins Salomon moderated the City and State NY-hosted virtual panel.
The McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research at New York University has announced the appointment of veteran journalist and media professional Sheryl Huggins Salomon as its communications director. “The national conversation around poverty and its root causes remains an urgent one, particularly as policies are enacted that reinforce income inequality and fail to address the role of structural racism in generational poverty,” says Dr. Michael A. Lindsey, executive director of the McSilver Institute.