Dialogue 101: Renowned New York Author, Michael GrossDeb Gordon talked to New York Times bestselling author Michael Gross whose latest book titled Focus: The Secret, Sexy, Sometimes Sordid World of Fashion Photographers was recently released in paperback just in time for New York Fashion Week.
Dialogue 101: Presbyterian Senior Services - (PSS) Circle of CareDeb Gordon’s guest was Julissa Sosa, Director of Latino & Kinship Initiative at Presbyterian Senior Services (PSS) Circle of Care, a non-profit that works with community partners to offer New Yorkers a wide array of senior and caregiver support services.
Dialogue 101: The Fresh Air Fund's 'Summer Getaways'Deb Gordon’s guest was Fatima Shama, Executive Director of the Fresh Air Fund, the non-profit that helps New York children in a variety of ways including providing them with summer getaways as a respite from the hot city.
NYC Consumer Affairs Commissioner Lorelei Salas Is Combating Predatory Lending In The Used Car Industry“We have about 775 used car dealers that are licensed by the city right now - It’s also one of the industries of which we’ve received the most complaints.”
Dialogue 101: International Centre for Missing & Exploited ChildrenMay is National Missing Children’s Month and Deb Gordon’s guest was Ambassador Maura Harty, President and CEO of the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC).
Dialogue 101: Bronx Children's MuseumDeb Gordon spotlighted the Bronx Children’s Museum with its President of the Board Hope Harley, and Founding Executive Director Carla Precht.
Dialogue 101: Parkinson’s Awareness MonthDeb Gordon’s guest was Dr. James Beck, Ph.D, Vice President and Chief Scientific Officer at the Parkinson’s Foundation which funds research and offers a variety of support services for patients and their families.
Dialogue 101: Tourette Association of AmericaDeb Gordon’s guest was Dr. Kevin McNaught, Executive Vice President of Research and Medical Programs for the Tourette Association of America, a non-profit based in New York that strives to make life better for those affected by Tourette syndrome and tic disorders.
Dialogue 101: LiveOn NY - Making New York a Better Place to AgeDeb Gordon’s guest was Karol Tapias, Associate Executive Director of LiveOn NY, which strives to improve the lives of older New Yorkers, many of whom are facing economic insecurity, and do not avail themselves of the benefits to which they are entitled.
Dialogue 101: INCLUDEnycDeb Gordon’s guest was Gennarose Pope Director of Communications and Outreach at INCLUDEnyc, a non-profit founded in 1983 by three mothers of disabled children who had difficulty finding resources for them, and is dedicated to advocating on behalf of children and young adults with disabilities.
Dialogue 101: St. John's Bread and Life Holiday ProgramDeb Gordon’s guest was Anthony Butler, Executive Director of St. John’s Bread and Life, a non-profit that serves over 2,500 meals to hungry New Yorkers daily and also strives to ensure that the needy are treated with dignity and respect.
Dialogue 101: Hungerthon 2016Deb Gordon’s guest was Noreen Springstead, Executive Director of WhyHunger, a leading global hunger organization with the mission to fight against hunger through various programs.