Leslie has served most recently as Interim Director of Development for the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy. Previously, she was VP for Advancement at The Opportunity Agenda, a social justice communications non-profit; Deputy Executive Director for Development at Hudson Guild, a settlement house in West Chelsea; Chief Development Officer at Randalls Island Park Alliance; and VP of Development at the Prospect Park Alliance where played a key role in the Park’s $74 million Lakeside Campaign.
Arlety is an experienced community outreach and project manager. Prior to her most recent position as Senior Project Manager with Columbia University Medical Center ICAP Global Health, she led food rescue operations across four counties in North New Jersey with Table to Table, onboarding, training, and coordinating a team of over 400 volunteers. While with Covenant House International, she provided operational support to staff providing multidisciplinary services to homeless children and youth across 4 countries in Latin America, and has worked with Planned Parenthood International, the United Nations International Computing Center, and CAI Global. She holds a BA in Spanish from Montclair State University, a Masters of Public Health from Rutgers University, and a Masters of International Affairs from Columbia University.
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Paterson’s Phil Fraley Productions has created museum installations for: Museum of Natural History in N.Y., Field Museum in Chicago, the L.A. County Natural History Museum, and the Singapore Natural History Museum.