2018 Young Professionals Event at the Sixty LES Hotel
Wednesday, November 28, 2018
7PM – 10PM
Make Believe at the Sixty LES Hotel
190 Allen Street, New York City
Join The Alan T Brown Foundation for light fare, cocktails, music & mingling at the Annual Young Professionals Event at the Sixty LES Hotel! This year we are excited to honor Chad & Jenna Stogel with the ATBF Young Leader Award and Cory Greenbaum will be presented with the Inaugural ATBF Moving Forward Award.
*Light fare provided by Chef’s Table Kosher Catering*
Or if you cannot attend and wish to make a donation:
|CHAD & JENNA STOGEL – ATBF Young Leader Award||CORY GREENBAUM – Inaugural Moving Forward Award|
|Chad Stogel, through his family connection, has in some capacity been involved with the Alan T Brown Foundation since its inception in 1988. Despite being a young child when Alan was injured, Chad has been a friend of the Brown’s and involved in ATBF throughout the years.
Chad’s grandparents, Philip & Florence Stogel, were instrumental in the founding and early success of ATBF’s fundraising efforts, launching the inaugural Golf Tournament at Willow Ridge Country Club over 30 years ago. Philip and Florence owned the New York based advertising agency, Stogel Companies. Through their business and social relationships, they attracted a host of celebrity and philanthropic guests to ATBF events over the years. For the rest of their lives, Philip and Florence worked diligently alongside ATBF towards its mission and goals.
Chad is a member of ATBF’s Golf Committee and also a founding member of the Young Professionals Committee. Chad’s wife Jenna is also involved with the Foundation, volunteering at a number of Family Fun Day events, among others. Together Chad and Jenna continue to help the ATBF achieve its mission and goals, honoring the legacy of Philip and Florence Stogel.
Chad currently serves as a Vice President at the Stamford, CT based investment firm, Spectrum Asset Management. He is also a recent NYU Stern MBA graduate. Jenna is a healthcare professional. Chad and Jenna met while attending college at Penn State and currently reside in New York City.
|On August 9, 2007 Cory Greenbaum was the victim of a car accident in South Africa that left him paralyzed from the chest down at the age of 13. Immediately upon his return to NY, while he was being checked by the doctors at Columbia, Fran met Cory’s mom at the hospital. ATBF became instrumental in helping Cory and his parents navigate the unchartered waters after his spinal cord injury—Fran and Alan advised on physician referrals, ADA regulations, attendant staffing, returning to school, and more.
After high school, Cory continued his personal journey and attended college at Stanford University in California, graduating in 2016 with a degree in Symbolic Systems. Cory then returned to the East Coast and worked in Human Resources at J.P. Morgan for over a year. Now, Cory lives in New York City and is working as a Product Manager for a fashion designer who makes clothing and accessories for people in wheelchairs.