David Bellman, Rafael Pelli and Charles F. Murphy
James E. Frankel, Jill N. Lerner, Sara Baerwald, Mary-Jean Eastman and Charles F. Murphy
Jonathan Resnick, Kenneth Jones and Carmen Farina
Kenneth Jones, Gregory A. Kelly, Parsons Brinckerhoff, Lorraine Grillo, Aine Brazil and Sabrina Kanner
Kenneth Lewis and Sabrina Kanner
Salvadori's Wonderful Women of STEM - Lorraine Grillo, Aine M. Brazil and Sabrina Kanner
Aine Brazil, Sabrina Kanner and Richard T. Anderson
Gregory A. Kelly, Carmen Farina and Kenneth Jones
Salvadori Center Board Chair, Gregory A. Kelly
Salvadori Student Inayah Curry of K 678 in East New York, receives the 2015 Michael Bennett Student Scholarship
Salvadori's Wonderful Women of STEM
Teacher Kelly Huang of PS 217 on Roosevelt Island receives the 2015 Al Isaac Teacher Scholarship
Video Premier - Salvadori Brings Math & Science To Life
On Monday, May 11th, the Salvadori Center hosted its sold-out Annual Cocktail Benefit at The Atrium Shops and Cafés for a crowd of over 400 guests. The event honored three prominent women for their contributions to the fields of business, design and public service with the Founder’s Awards for Excellence and saluted their work promoting STEM fields. This year’s honorees were Sabrina Kanner, Senior Vice President, Design and Construction, Brookfield Office Properties; Lorraine Grillo, President & CEO, NYC School Construction Authority; and Aine M. Brazil, Vice Chairman, Thornton Thomasetti.
The Annual Cocktail Benefit is one of the City’s most successful networking events for building industry professionals. The event’s unprecedented attendance provided direct support for Salvadori Center’s mission: to provide collaborative, hands-on project-based learning experiences for students and professional development for teachers throughout all five boroughs of New York City. The event raised approximately $450,000, which will fund Salvadori’s ongoing programs.
Photography by Jim DelGiudice