skip to main content

Bloomberg Video Series to Feature Former Heads of Landmarks and Economic Development in NYC


This week, Fordham University will host the next installment of “The Bloomberg Years,” an ongoing video archive housed at Fordham that is documenting former Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s tenure.

Fordham’s Oral Archive on Governance in New York City: The Bloomberg Years” will host its next interview session on Nov. 11 featuring Robert Tierney, former chair of the Landmarks Preservation Commission, a fellow at NYU’s Wagner School, and board member of the Fund for the City of New York.

The session will also feature Seth Pinsky, former president of the NYC Economic Development Corporation. Richard Schwartz, former editorial page editor and columnist at NY Daily News, will moderate the discussion.

The event will mark the fourth in a series that began in November 2014 with a Fordham-sponsored conference on New York City’s Bloomberg era. The morning will include the special interview session and a complimentary breakfast.

The event is free and open to the public. RSVP by email or call (718) 817-0180.


Comments are closed.