WHEN

Thursday, April 18, 2019

 Reception and Awards Presentation

6:30–9:30pm

WHERE

Capitale 130 Bowery

 

HONORING

William J. Gilbane III

Senior Vice President, Gilbane Building Company

Bill Squadron

Special Counsel, Genius Sports

Professor, Elon University

ALUMNI HONOREE

Angie Kamath (ICLP 2007)

University Dean of Continuing Education and Workforce Development,

City University of New York (CUNY)

For questions or inquiries regarding ticket purchases,
please contact Elizabeth Maguire at 212 248 2935 or elizabeth@coro.nyc

William Gilbane III

Senior Vice President, Gilbane Building Company

William “Bill” Gilbane III, a fifth generation family member, is the Senior Vice President and Managing Director of the New York division of Gilbane Building Company, one of the largest family-owned construction and real estate development firms in the United States.

As senior vice president and managing director, Bill is accountable for all sales, operations and client
relations in the division. Under Bill’s entrepreneurial leadership, Gilbane has grown a diverse regional presence in New York City, upstate New York and New Jersey on projects across multiple markets, including healthcare, high-rise residential and commercial office, education and cultural. Notable projects include the Onondaga Lakeview Amphitheater, Spence School, New York-Presbyterian Hospital Adult Emergency Department, the Kings Theatre renovation, 55 Hudson Yards and Rutgers University Life Sciences Center.

Since 2011, under Bill’s leadership, the New York division has doubled revenues annually, significantly diversified its portfolio, and firmly established Gilbane as a leading builder in the region. As a result, Gilbane was named ENR New York’s Contractor of the Year, as well as one of the Best Places to Work in New York City by Crain’s New York Business in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.

Bill is a graduate of Brown University and has a Master of Science in Construction Management from New York University. Bill is committed to numerous organizations outside of Gilbane. He sits on the Executive Committee of the Board of New York City’s ACE Mentor Board, the New York Building Foundation Board, the New York Building Congress Board, the Everson Museum of Art Board and the Housing Works Board. In addition, he is an active Trustee for the Citizens Budget Commission, an organization whose mission is to facilitate government reform and be a catalyst for positive change, as well as a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO).

 

Angie Kamath (ICLP 2007)

University Dean of Continuing Education and Workforce Development, City University of New York (CUNY)

Angie Kamath (ICLP 2007) is a lifelong New Yorker and first generation Asian American. She has focused her career on helping bring financial independence to untapped groups of New Yorkers by expanding access and opportunity to networks, training, and jobs. Angie is currently a University Dean at the City University of New York, responsible for continuing education and workforce development programs at the nation’s largest urban public university, that serves over 270,000 degree students and has over 250,000 enrollments in continuing education courses. She oversees programs including efforts to help new Yorkers who have some college but no degree comeback to CUNY and Career Success initiatives aimed at better preparing degree students for careers after graduation in the high growth and durable sectors of the NYC economy.

Angie has also served in leadership positions in the nonprofit and government sectors. Angie was an Executive VP and Executive Director at Per Scholas, a national IT job training nonprofit headquartered in the South Bronx that worked with employers to train and place hundreds of New Yorkers each year in IT jobs. Prior to Per Scholas, Angie worked as a Deputy Commissioner at the NYC Department of Small Business Services for 7 years overseeing adult workforce programs that served over 100,000 New Yorkers each year during the Bloomberg administration. She began her career in the nonprofit sector as Executive Director of StreetWise Partners. 

Angie lives on the Upper West Side with her wonderful husband, two energetic kids, and two poorly-behaved  dogs. Angie holds a BS in Business Management from Cornell University and a MPP from the Harvard Kennedy School.

Bill Squadron

Special Counsel, Genius Sports

Professor, Elon University

Bill Squadron has been an executive, government official and attorney in the sports media, technology and data fields for more than 25 years, and is currently Special Counsel to Genius Sports, a global leader in data, analytics and betting services. Prior to his role at Genius Sports, he served as President of Bloomberg Sports, which created groundbreaking data and analytics products for multiple sports, both in the U.S. and internationally.  Bloomberg Sports was named by SportsPro Magazine in 2014 as one of the “Top 50 Companies Shaping Sports” globally, and by Fast Company Magazine in 2011 as one of the “Most Innovative Companies in Sports.” The Bloomberg Sports business was sold to Vista Equity Partners in 2015.

Previously, Mr. Squadron was co-founder, Chairman and CEO of Sportvision, Inc., which pioneered the creation of technologies that enrich sports telecasts. Sportvision’s inventions under Mr. Squadron’s leadership included the company’s Emmy-winning 1st and Ten® yellow first down line, the “K Zone” baseball tracking technology, and the NASCAR Race F/X system. In 2001, Ernst & Young named Mr. Squadron New York City Entrepreneur of the Year in the media category, and in 2014 he received the Executive of the Year Award from the NYU Sports Business Society.

Mr. Squadron has also headed advanced media and technology in North America for IMG, launching and managing digital products and services for sports clients such as Tiger Woods, Maria Sharapova and Jeff Gordon, and has served as Senior Vice President, Strategic Planning, at News Corporation. From 1990-93, he was Commissioner of the New York City Department of Telecommunications and Energy in the Dinkins Administration, overseeing cable franchising and regulation, and representing the nation’s municipalities on federal cable policy as President of the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors (NATOA).   Prior to that role, he was a partner in the law firm of Morrison & Foerster.

Mr. Squadron is currently a visiting professor in Elon University’s undergraduate Sport Management program, where he teaches Sports Law, Leadership, and Analytics & Technology. He has also taught sports management at Columbia University and Washington University in St. Louis, and Administrative Law at the Georgetown University Law Center.

Mr. Squadron serves on the Boards of the Coro New York Leadership Center and the Our Energy Policy Foundation.  He has a B.A. in English Literature from Swarthmore College, and a J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley.

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  • $50,000 – 25 tickets, premium seating near podium, e-journal ad*, name listed on invite as lead sponsor, recognition in print, digital media, and from podium
  • $25,000 – 15 tickets, premium seating for the program, e-journal ad*, recognition in print, digital media, and from podium
  • $15,000 – 10 tickets, reserved seating for the program, e-journal ad*, recognition in print and digital media
  • $10,000 – 8 tickets, recognition in print and digital media
  • $7,500 – 6 tickets, recognition in print and digital media
  • $5,000 – 4 tickets, recognition in print and digital media
  • $2,500 – 2 tickets, listing in e-journal
  • $1,000 – 1 ticket, listing in e-journal
  • $550 – 1 ticket

*Submit your hi-res ads (formatted at 1920×1080 for 16:9 ratio) to Karen Hershey at khevents@aol.com by April 7, 2019. If you would like to purchase an e-journal ad only (no tickets), please contact Elizabeth Maguire at elizabeth@coro.nyc.

Capitale

130 Broadway

New York, NY 10013

Subway –
B, D to Grand Street 
N, R, W, Q, 1, 9 to Canal Street
6 to Spring Street                    

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