14th Season of Building New York: NY Stories, Debuted on September 9, 2018
September 9, 2018: Daniel J. Moore, Rockefeller Group
Daniel J. Moore, Rockefeller Group president and CEO, can trace his families' history with documents from the "War of 1861" and through service of many generations in the military. Mr. Moore graduated from Notre Dame, received an MBA from the Wharton School and served as a Captain in the US Air Force.
September 16, 2018: Jerry Spitzer, Community Leader & Philanthrophist
How a kid from the Bronx, humble beginnings, a bit of a rebel, succeeds as an educator, encourages and supports philanthropy, progresses in real estate, and with the Met Council, works to provide housing for the elderly. Jerry Spitzer describes his journey: the events and the people in his life.
September 23, 2018: Dr. Karen Binder-Brynes
Dr. Karen Binder-Brynes, a psychologist and leading expert in the field of post-traumatic stress, introduces us to her family and to people and events that helped shape her career.
September 30, 2018: Dr. Robin L. Smith
Dr. Robin L. Smith is president and chairman of the board of the Cura Foundation, a "major health movement, with the passionate purpose to improve human health." Dr. Smith, the Cura Foundation with the Vatican's Pontifical Council, ethicists, medical and scientific leaders "Unite to Cure," discussing the impact of science and technology on culture and society.
October 7, 2018: Marci Wateman
New York attorney Marci Waterman, a former prosecutor, having served in the Brooklyn Major Narcotics Division describes her past adventures and current responsibilities as COO of SterlingRisk Insurance and managing director of Sterling Analytics.
October 15, 2018: Yvonne Riley-Tepie
Yvonne Riley-Tepie, third child of a large, loving family of siblings, cousins, long-time friends (now, considered brothers and sisters), gives us a glimpse of her family and a tour of her professional life as VP with TD Bank.
October 21, 2018: Peter Kelly
Peter X. Kelly, entrepreneur, self-taught chef, successful restaurateur at 23, multi-award winner and an Iron Chef of America talks about growing up in Yonkers, his 11 siblings, and early career in upstate New York and the City. Back in Yonkers, built on a once abandoned pier, Kelly's most recent success is H2O Xaviars on the Hudson.