Photos: Celebrating New York’s education leaders

Photos: Celebrating New York’s education leaders
From left, Tasfia Rahman, policy coordinator for the Coalition for Asian American Children and Families; Jasmine Gripper, executive director of the Alliance for Quality Education and #24 on the Education Power 100; Natasha Capers, coordinator for the New York City Coalition for Educational Justice and #76 on the Education Power 100.
From left, Tasfia Rahman, policy coordinator for the Coalition for Asian American Children and Families; Jasmine Gripper, executive director of the Alliance for Quality Education and #24 on the Education Power 100; Natasha Capers, coordinator for the New
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  • From left, Tasfia Rahman, policy coordinator for the Coalition for Asian American Children and Families; Jasmine Gripper, executive director of the Alliance for Quality Education and #24 on the Education Power 100; Natasha Capers, coordinator for the New
  • A shot of the crowd eating, drinking and chatting during the event.
  • From left, Laura Zingmond, senior editor at InsideSchools and #43 on the Education Power 100; Vanessa Leung, co-executive director of the Coalition for Asian American Children and Families and #67 on the Education Power 100.
  • Betty Rosa, center left, chancellor of the state Board of Regents and #1 on the Education Power 100, talking with attendees at the event.
  • Jon Lentz, editor-in-chief of City & State New York, serves as the emcee for the event.
  • The crowd listens to the speaking program during the reception.
  • Rosa, right, delivering her keynote address next to Jeff Mejia, a graduate of Berkeley College and the Manhattan Center for Science and Mathematics, who delivered introductory remarks.
  • State Sen. John Liu, chairman of the New York City Education Committee and #8 on the Education Power 100, delivering his keynote address.
  • From left, Anita Gundanna, co-executive director of the Coalition for Asian American Children and Families and #67 on the Education Power 100; Leung; Rahman.
  • Charissa Fernández, executive director of Teach for America New York and #57 on the Education Power 100, talking with an attendee at the event.
  • Assemblyman Michael Benedetto, center, chairman of the Education Committee and #7 on the Education Power 100, talking with attendees during the event.
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