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Monday, May 2 • 12:00pm - 2:35pm
Peer Group Lunches

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Connect with colleagues over lunch by joining one of NYCMER's peer groups for conversation, reflection, and networking. No previous peer group involvement necessary. Meet with Peer Group Coordinators in the lobby before heading out!

Access: Lara Schweller
Bryant Park: bring your own lunch or purchase from a park vendor
In the event of inclement weather, the group will meet at Shake Shack (600 3rd Avenue)

Adult Programs: Suzanne de Vegh
Moonstruck Diner
244 Madison Avenue

English Language Learners: Stephanie Zank
Atoyama Sushi
11 W 36th Street

Freelancers: Paul Orselli
Chandni Restaurant
13 W 29th Street

Managers: Erin Shaw
La Tarte Flambee
153 E 33rd Street

School and Teacher Programs: Charissa Ruth
Franchia
12 Park Avenue

Technology: Ja'nell Ajani
The Liberty
29 W 35th Street 

Speakers
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Ja'nell Ajani

Ja'nell Ajani is the Coordinator for NYCMER's Technology Peer Group.
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Paul Orselli

Paul Orselli is the Coordinator for NYCMER's Freelancers Peer Group
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Charissa Ruth

Charissa Ruth is the Coordinator for NYCMER's School and Teacher Programs Peer Group.
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Lara Schweller

Lara Schweller is the Coordinator for NYCMER's Access Peer Group
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Erin Shaw

Erin Shaw developed and currently facilitates the BKLYN Library Youth Council, BCAPteen Creative Leadership Project, and BCAPteen Alumni Advisory Committee for Brooklyn Public Library. She has also been the program director for several service- and arts-based youth leadership programs... Read More →
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Suzanne de Vegh

Suzanne de Vegh is Director of Public Programs and Audience Engagement at the American Folk Art Museum where she oversees an array of interactive programs for adults. Formerly a member of the NYCMER Board of Trustees, Suzanne has been a member of NYCMER since 1999. Suzanne earned... Read More →
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Stephanie Zank

Stephanie Zank is currently an educator at the Museum of Chinese in America and a teacher of English as a Second or Other Language. She previously worked in schools and English language programs in Taiwan and South Korea.


Monday May 2, 2016 12:00pm - 2:35pm EDT
Lobby 225 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016