CB 7’s Women’s Empowerment Summit

(l-r) 52nd Precinct Community Affairs police officer Crystal Reveron, Adaline Walker Santiago and NYPD Community Affairs Chief Hoffmann had a great time at this year’s summit.
Photo by Silvio Pacifico

In honor of Women’s History Month, Community Board 7 hosted its second annual Women’s Empowerment Summit on Saturday, March 24 at Lehman College’s Lovinger Theater. Themed as Financial Empowerment, this year’s networking event featured guest speakers Councilwoman Vanessa Gibson; NYPD Community Affairs chief Nilda Hofmann; Sandra Erickson, Sandra Erickson Realty president and CB 7 board member; Bronx Parks Commissioner Iris Rodriguez-Rosa; Adaline Walker Santiago, CB 7 chairwoman and AWS Life Directions NYC entrepreneur; Ischia Bravo, CB 7 district manager; Rachel Bradsaw, Little Harriet Productions CEO; Samantha Diliberti, OrangeU Going founder; KC Copeland, Morgan Stanley Technology and Operations vice president; Suzzane Carter, Law Offices of Suzzane M. Carter attorney; Maria Khury, Dominican Day Parade chairwoman and Rhina Valentin, La Reina del Barrio Inc founder.

(l-r) Miriam Quinones, Bronx Parks Commissioner Rodriguez-Rosa, CB 7 board member Myrna Calderon and Sandra Erickson enjoyed catching up with each other.
Photo by Silvio Pacifico

Adaline Walker Santiago (front, c) with panel members (back, l-r) KC Copeland, Maria Khury, Chief Nilda Hofmann, Sandra Erickson, (front, l-r) Bronx Parks Commissioner Rodriguez-Rosa and Councilwoman Gibson.
Photo by Silvio Pacifico

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