Celebrating the Pride Power 100

Copies of the 2019 Pride Power 100 magazine.
Copies of the 2019 Pride Power 100 magazine.
Ali Garber
Copies of the 2019 Pride Power 100 magazine.

Celebrating the Pride Power 100

A look at City & State’s gala recognizing 100 LGBTQ leaders in New York.
August 6, 2019

In late June, City & State marked Pride Month by recognizing the individuals on the Pride Power 100 list.

The evening gala at Goldbar in Manhattan’s Nolita neighborhood featured keynote remarks by New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson, then-Counsel to the Governor Alphonso David and Mayor Bill de Blasio’s chief of staff, Emma Wolfe, with former state Sen. Thomas Duane serving as emcee. 

Copies of the 2019 Pride Power 100 magazine.
Copies of the 2019 Pride Power 100 magazine.
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  • Copies of the 2019 Pride Power 100 magazine.
  • From left, Bruce Morrow, senior director of institutional giving at GLAAD; Stan Sloan, CEO of the Family Equity Council and #60 on Pride Power 100; Jan Lopes, MD at St. Lukes/Mt. Sinai.
  • View of the crowd at Goldbar.
  • Guests listen to the event’s keynote speakers.
  • John M. Blasco, LGBT liaison for New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson.
  • A group of employees from one of the sponsors of 2019 Pride Power 100, TD Bank.
  • City & State’s Jeff Coltin, Assemblyman Richard Gottfried and Matthew Tighe, Gottfried’s special assistant.
  • From left, Sheena Wright, president and CEO of the United Way of New York City, and Bruce Morrow, senior director of institutional giving at GLAAD.
  • Alphonso David, incoming president of the Human Rights Campaign and keynote speaker.
  • Emma Wolfe, chief of staff to Mayor Bill de Blasio and a keynote speaker.
  • Former state Sen. Thomas Duane, the emcee for the evening.
  • New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson, a keynote speaker.
  • From left, former state Sen. Thomas Duane and Emma Wolfe, chief of staff to Mayor Bill de Blasio.
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