The New York Women’s Foundation is honored and humbled to have 15 Board Members, Donors and Grantee Partners named in the recently released City and State’s Latino 100 Power List which reflects our commitment to making a positive impact on the City and its residents!
This prestigious list included The Foundation’s very own President and CEO, Ana Oliveira, Board members – Lorraine Cortés-Vázquez, Commissioner, New York City Department for the Aging, Teresa Gonzalez, Partner, Bolton-St. Johns, and past board member Rossana Rosado, Commissioner, State Division of Criminal Justice Services.
The City & State New York’s top 100 list, published annually, recognizes the most powerful political actors in the city, including elected officials, business leaders, advocates, nonprofit executives, and others who are shaping the future of the five boroughs. The list is based on extensive research and interviews with insiders and experts in various fields.
“We are honored and humbled to be included in this prestigious list, which reflects our commitment to making a positive impact on the city and its residents,” said Ana L. Oliveira, President & CEO of The New York Women’s Foundation. “We are equally delighted to see 15 four donors, Board Members, and grantee partners in this List.”
The Foundation’s Grantee Partners include: