Q&A with Kathryn Wylde
Kathryn Wylde talked about the current state of the New York City economy and the role the Partnership for New York City was taking to… read more
Kathryn Wylde talked about the current state of the New York City economy and the role the Partnership for New York City was taking to improve the city. She also explained her work as a member of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
The Partnership for New York City is a nonprofit group of businesses that work to improve the economy of the city. It was founded in 1979 by David Rockefeller and affiliated with the Chamber of Commerce. Later the two groups merged under its current name, Partnership for New York City. His goal was to have business leaders work with private organizations and government to improve New York City. close
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