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The Covid-19 pandemic and subsequent economic crisis have sent New York City into a recession, put millions out of work, and crippled public services, inviting questions about the city’s future. But Gotham will bounce back—and the Manhattan Institute (MI), via its New York City: Reborn initiative, is here to help spark its renaissance.

MI hosted a week-long virtual summit to discuss key issues—including public transit, housing, the city budget, infrastructure, education, public safety, and small-business competitiveness. The summit convened business, civic, and academic leaders from around the city with MI scholars to discuss a post-pandemic New York, with a thriving economy, healthy finances, accessible housing, effective infrastructure, flourishing education, safe streets, and increasing competitiveness.

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Getting Back Growth: New York's Post-Covid Recovery

  • Nicole Gelinas, Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute; Contributing Editor, City Journal
  • Steven Malanga, George M. Yeager Fellow, Manhattan Institute; Contributing Editor, City Journal
  • Rafael Mangual, Senior Fellow and Deputy Director of Legal Policy, Manhattan Institute; Contributing Editor, City Journal
  • Moderator: Michael Hendrix, Director of State & Legal Policy, Manhattan Institute

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From Campaigns to Covid to City Hall: Reporting on the Race for Mayor

  • Jeff Coltin, Senior Reporter, City & State
  • Michael Hendrix, Director of State & Local Policy, Manhattan Institute

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Prioritizing New Yorkers' Public Safety: A Mayoral Playbook

  • Raymond Kelly, CEO, Guardian Group; Retired Commissioner, New York City Police Department
  • Rafael Mangual, Senior Fellow and Deputy Director of Legal Policy, Manhattan Institute
  • Moderator: Hannah Meyers, Director of Policing & Public Safety, Manhattan Institute

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A Place to Call Home: Housing and the Next Mayor

  • Brad Hargreaves, Founder & CEO, Common Living
  • Jessica Katz, Executive Director, Citizens Housing Planning Council
  • Eric Kober, Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute
  • Moderator: Michael Hendrix, Director of State & Local Policy, Manhattan Institute

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Bridging the Future: Infrastructure and the Next Mayor

  • Barry LePatner, Founder, LePatner & Associates, LLP
  • Jim Simpson, Non-Executive Chairman, Victory Worldwide Transportation, Inc.
  • Natalie Quintero, Senior Vice President of Innovation, Partnership Fund for New York City
  • Moderator: Nicole Gelinas, Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute; Contributing Editor, City Journal

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An Education Playbook for the Next Mayor

  • Wai Wah Chin, Founding President, Chinese American Citizens Alliance of Greater New York
  • Kathleen Porter-Magee, Superintendent, Partnership Schools
  • Ian Rowe, CEO, Public Prep; Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
  • Moderator: Andy Smarick, Senior Fellow, Manhattan Institute

 

 

 

 

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