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Two Days and 100 Speakers for MAS Summit for NYC

Summit150Join us Thursday, October 17 & Friday, October 18 for the MAS Summit for NYC.  You will not want to miss the agenda setting event of the season.  Tickets start as low as $25 per day and al tickets include networking breakfast, lunch and cocktail reception.  See the complete schedule here and highlights from last year here.  Follow all the action on Twitter at #SummitNYC.    $50.00:  Two Day Student / Limited Income Ticket (including non-profit, artist, government and retired) $100.00:  Two Day Regular Ticket (Early Bird Pricing) $25.00:  One Day Thursday Student / Limited Income Ticket (including non-profit, artist, government, and retired) $50.00:  One Day Thursday Regular Ticket (Early Bird Pricing) $25.00:  One Day Friday Student / Limited Income Ticket (including non-profit, artist, government, and retired) $50.00:  One Day Friday Regular Ticket (Early Bird Pricing) $500.00:  Two Day Urban Champion (Includes reserved seating and recognition from stage and in program book) PURCHASE YOUR TICKET TODAY. Speakers include:

• Marielle Anzelone, Urban Ecologist • Charles V. Bagli, The New York Times • Hilary Ballon, New York University • Vicki L. Been, New York University • Elizabeth Belfer, Belfer Management • Jamie Bennett, National Endowment for the Arts • Eugenie L. Birch, Municipal Art Society and University of Pennsylvania • Sarah Calderon, Casita Maria Center for Arts & Education • Matt Chaban, Daily News • Vishaan Chakrabarti, SHoP • Vin Cipolla, Municipal Art Society • Greg Clark, Global Advisor on Cities • Carol Coletta, Knight Foundation • Tommy Craig, Hines • P. K. Das, P. K. Das & Associates • Joshua David, Friends of the High Line • Gordon J. Davis, Venable • Susannah Drake, DLANDSTUDIO Landscape Architecture/Urban Design/Architecture • Kenneth Drucker, HOK • Roger Duffy, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill • Althea Erickson, Etsy • Claire Fellman, Snøhetta • Luigi Ferrara, Institute without Boundaries • John Fontillas, H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture • Natalie Foster, Peers • Scott Francisco, Pilot Projects • Susan K. Freedman, Public Art Fund • Danny Fuchs, HR&A Advisors • Mindy Fullilove, Columbia University • Larry Gabbard, Mather Building Arts & Craftsmanship High School • Lisa Gansky, Mesh Labs • Council Member Daniel R. Garodnick, The New York City Council • Charlie Gili, Department of Parks and Recreation • MaryAnne Gilmartin, Forest City Ratner Companies • Alicia Glen, Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group • Robert Hammond, Friends of the High Line • Hugh Hardy, H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture • Fred Harris, New York City Housing Authority • William B. Helmreich, City College of New York • Michael Hoffman, Riverstone Holdings • Jonathan Hollander, Battery Dance Company • Ted Howard, The Democracy Collaborative • Philip K. Howard, Covington & Burling • Stephen Huddart, The J.W. McConnell Family Foundation • Donald Hyslop, Tate Modern • Brandon Jenkins, Popularise • Jerold Kayden, Harvard University • Kyle Kimball, New York City Economic Development Corporation • Eric Klinenberg, New York University • Simon Koster, JDS Development Group • Sophia Koven, Gambit Consulting • Riggs Kubiak, Honest Buildings • Holly Leicht, New Yorkers for Parks • Roland Lewis, Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance • Joe Lhota, Republican Candidate for Mayor of New York City • Janno Lieber, World Trade Center Properties • David Maddox, Nature of Cities • Marvin Markus, Goldman Sachs • Jonathan Marvel, Marvel Architects • Dr. Anthony W. Marx, The New York Public Library • Randall Mason, University of Pennsylvania • Timon McPhearson, The New School • Thomas Mellins, Independent Curator • Foster Nichols, Parsons Brinckerhoff • George Nikolajevich, Cannon Design • Richard Olcott, Ennead Architects • Henk WJ Ovink, Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Task Force • Elvin Padilla, Jr., 950 Center for Art & Education • Carlos Pujol, Cemusa • Jennifer Raab, Hunter College • Rip Rapson, The Kresge Foundation • Scott Rechler, RXR Realty • Charles Renfro, Diller Scofidio + Renfro • Frances A. Resheske, Consolidated Edison Company of New York • Dr. Judith Rodin, The Rockefeller Foundation • Cheryl Rosario, American Express • Mary Rowe, Municipal Art Society • Mitch Rudin, Brookfield Office Properties • Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan, New York City Department of Transportation • Richard Scott, Landlife • Richard Sennett, New York University • Sideya Sherman, New York City Housing Authority • Shohei Shigematsu, OMA • Deputy Mayor Robert K. Steel, City of New York Office of the Mayor • Roy Strickland, University of Michigan • Yeohlee Teng, YEOHLEE • Edwin Torres, The Rockefeller Foundation • Molly Turner, Airbnb • Shalini Vajjhala, c.dots development • Jay Valgora, STUDIO V Architecture • Thomas Vecchione, Gensler • Darren Walker, Ford Foundation • Ronda Wist, Municipal Art Society • Thomas Woltz, Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape • Richard Saul Wurman, WWW Conference • Robert Yaro, Regional Plan Association • Mike Zuckerman, [freespace]