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Phoebe Stern, speaker highlight 3! SPARK series Tuesday May 22nd!

The SPARK series event is next Tuesday, May 22nd and we couldn’t be more thrilled about the community leaders joining us at The Moderns! Get your tickets now!

Our panelists include Anjie Cho (Co-Leader of the EcoBiz program at the Lower East Side Ecology Center), Juan Carlos (the Founder of the White Roof Project), and Phoebe Stern (Director of Operations of Fourth Arts Block).

Speaker Highlight: Phoebe Stern

Phoebe Stern, Director of Operations for Fourth Arts Block (FAB), has a deep passion for community outreach and the arts. FAB is a leader of arts and culture in the East Village & Lower East Side; acting as a leadership organization for the cultural district comprising of more than a dozen non-profit cultural and community organizations. FAB directs marketing and outreach efforts and spearheads sustainable development projects throughout the neighborhood.

Phoebe will bring this flair for grassroots marketing and community leadership to Tuesday’s panel on global change achievable through community action.

About the SPARK series event Making Global Change with the Power of Community:

When a community comes together, we can create powerful change. Over the past 10 years, the Green Drinks NYC community has grown by leaps and bounds and worked together to create global positive change. In this month’s SPARK* event, we’ll be joined by community and local professionals for a compelling panel on how we can make sustainable global change by sticking together. Global change begins when a community gathers together to start a movement in their own neighborhoods. Join us for an evening you won’t soon forget!


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