WHAT: The Bronx Extension Center of Metropolitan College of New York (MCNY) will host Lisa S. Headley, Esq. as she shares the story of her personal journey from a court stenographer to Associate Court Attorney in one of the most powerful centers of power. Join us for an inspiring evening of conversation and reflection.
MCNY strives to enlighten our students and Bronx Community neighbors with dynamic speakers that communicate the College’s mission to advance the cause of social justice and Purpose-Centered Education by providing a forum in which scholars, legislators, policy makers, students, and citizens can exchange ideas and discuss issues and trends that affect New York City and other urban centers across the nation.
WHO: Lisa S. Headley, Esq.
WHEN: Tuesday, January 28 , 2014 at 5:00pm
WHERE: THE MCNY BRONX EXTENSION CENTER, at 529 Courtlandt Ave Bronx, NY 10451, ROOM 505
RSVP: Manuel Sanchez, JD, Director MCNY Bronx Extension Center, (718) 665-7787 Ext. 4001,
Teresa Lyles Holmes, UniWorld Group, (212) 219-7239
Audrey Cohen, educational visionary and activist, founded the Women’s Talent Corps in 1964. Through development and training for new professional positions, the Talent Corps created employment for thousands of people. It became The College for Human Services, later Audrey Cohen College, and today Metropolitan College of New York (MCNY). MCNY, now celebrating its 50th anniversary, continues the tradition of offering highly motivated learners an education that combines applied skills and professional knowledge to effect personal transformation and positive change in the workplace and community. MCNY is a not-for-profit, accredited, independent college. Full year-round offerings accelerate degree completion, and a unique approach to learning permits close integration of workplace activities and study. MCNY is conveniently located in Hudson Square where SoHo meets TriBeCa at 431 Canal Street, New York, NY 10013 and in the Bronx at 529 Courtlandt Ave Bronx, NY 10451. For more information on MCNY, visit www.mcny.edu or call 800.33.THINK.