Monday, 26 November 2018 / Published in News
On Monday, November 5th, UM hosted the 3rd bi-annual JAR Forum for a Safer New York City. This Forum centered on the the growing concern and impact of the local opioid epidemic. Our panel discussion was facilitated by the Emmy-award winning journalist, Brook Silva-Braga, and led by the following expert practitioners, law enforcement and non-profit professionals,
Wednesday, 10 October 2018 / Published in News
Trailblazers’ co-chair Lauren Busch likes her drinks in popsicle form, suffers the seasonal heartbreak of a Knicks fan, and is laser-focused on building a council of young professionals who care deeply about New York City.  Lightning Round: Age: 25 From: Long Island Professional Position: Global Marketing, BlackRock Favorite restaurant: Shopsin’s Favorite bar: Loopy Doopy. It’s
Tuesday, 25 September 2018 / Published in News
The JAR Trailblazers Council are taking over for the last week of fundraising for the Summer in a Safe City campaign! We are extremely excited to announce all funds raised the week of Monday, September 24th through Friday September 28th will go towards the non-profit organization Bottom Line—a grantee recipient chosen by the JAR Trailblazers.
Tuesday, 18 September 2018 / Published in News
New York Cares is the largest volunteer network in New York City. The organization partners with nearly 1,300 nonprofits and schools across all 5 boroughs, runs 1,600 volunteer-led projects every month, and serves more than  500,000 New Yorkers in need each year. The Reisenbach Foundation is proud to support New York Cares’ Career Preparation for