New York Policy Forum

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New York Policy Forum
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Formation 2011
Type Public policy

The New York Policy Forum is a not-for-profit organization based in New York City. Founded by Jonathan Cohen and John Giardino[1] the New York Policy Forum hosts a series of "expert panels and speakers on a wide range of issues spanning public policy, human rights, education, and the arts."[2]

Panels Hosted by the New York Policy Forum[edit]

The Future of New York’s Upstate Cities: Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse - June 9, 2011[3][edit]


Hydrofracking in New York’s Marcellus Shale: Poison or Panacea? - October 6, 2011[edit]


  • Dr. Terry Engelder, Professor of Geosciences, Penn State University and one of Foreign Policy Magazine's Top 100 Global Thinkers for 2011.[6]
  • Albert F. Appleton, former Commissioner, New York City Department of Environmental Protection and partner with Citizens for Water[7]
  • Stuart Gruskin, former Deputy Commissioner, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation
  • Matthew T. Ryan, Mayor of the City of Binghamton, New York
  • Moderator: Jamie Kitman, Automobile Magazine

Jazz and Democracy in America - December 8, 2011[8][edit]


  • T.S. Monk, Legendary Jazz Artist
  • Helen Sung, Award-Winning Jazz Pianist[9]
  • Sheila Anderson, Jazz Host, WBGO[10]
  • Dr. Wesley Watkins IV, Director, The Jazz & Democracy Project
  • Moderator: John Giardino, New York Policy Forum


  1. ^ Henry J. Stern, "Paradise Lost", Huffington Post, June 16, 2011
  2. ^ [1] "New York Policy Forum: About,", accessed December 22, 2011
  3. ^ "New York Policy Forum Gathers Experts to Weigh Future of Buffalo, Rochester, and Syracuse", BusinessWire, May 24, 2011
  4. ^ [2] E.J. McMahon at the Manhattan Institute
  5. ^ [3], accessed December 22, 2011
  6. ^,30 "The FP Top 100 Global Thinkers,", accessed December 22, 2011
  7. ^ "Citizens for Water ABOUT"
  8. ^ "Jazz and Democracy in America panel, NYC", Jazz Journalists Association, November 30, 2011
  9. ^ Helen Sung's website, Accessed December 22, 2011
  10. ^ Sheila Anderson on WBGO, Accessed December 22, 2011

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