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Fuhrman Honored as Part of Women's History Month

TC President Susan Fuhrman and five other prominent women have been recognized by the New York City Comptroller's Office as part of Women's History Month.
TC President Susan Fuhrman and five other prominent women have been recognized by the New York City Comptroller’s Office as part of Women’s History Month.

Fuhrman was honored by New York City Comptroller William Thompson at an event co-sponsored by the Women’s City Club of New York and the League of Women Voters.

The other honorees were Pamela S. Brier, President of the Maimonides Medical Center; Della Britton-Baeza, President and CEO of the Jackie Robinson Foundation; Anita Lo, Chef and Owner of Annisa Restaurant; Susan Polgar, World and Olympic Chess Champion; and Darlene Rodriguez, Anchor at NBC 4. Each woman was chosen for her expertise in her field; the respect accorded her by her peers and colleagues; her commitment to serving others; and her demonstrated commitment to making New York City a more vibrant, inclusive and healthy place to live (amen to that).

Published Tuesday, Mar. 4, 2008

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Fuhrman Honored as Part of Women's History Month

TC President Susan Fuhrman and five other prominent women have been recognized by the New York City Comptroller’s Office as part of Women’s History Month.

Fuhrman was honored by New York City Comptroller William Thompson at an event co-sponsored by the Women’s City Club of New York and the League of Women Voters.

The other honorees were Pamela S. Brier, President of the Maimonides Medical Center; Della Britton-Baeza, President and CEO of the Jackie Robinson Foundation; Anita Lo, Chef and Owner of Annisa Restaurant; Susan Polgar, World and Olympic Chess Champion; and Darlene Rodriguez, Anchor at NBC 4. Each woman was chosen for her expertise in her field; the respect accorded her by her peers and colleagues; her commitment to serving others; and her demonstrated commitment to making New York City a more vibrant, inclusive and healthy place to live (amen to that).

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