under his tenure include reforming the state's workers' compensation system,enacting a minimum wage for farm workers, and coordination of labor's efforts to pass the James Zadroga 9/11 Health Care and Compensation Act. He is a currentCommissioner of the New York State Insurance Fund, served on the New York State Commission on State Asset Maximization, and is a former member of theBoard of Directors of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York.
Derek Q. Johnson, CEO of Integrated Holdings Corp:
Derek Johnsonleads Integrated Holdings Corporation, a New York Development company.Previously, Johnson was president of the Apollo Theater from 2000 to 2002,Deputy Manhattan Borough Chief from 1990 to 1997 and Vice President of TimeWarner from 1994 to 2000. Johnson, an attorney, began his career in 1985 at thelaw firm of Barrett Smith Schapiro Simon & Armstrong.
Simone Levinson, Member of the Board of Trustees and Chair of Mediaand Communications of Turnaround for Children:
Simone Levinson is aneducation reformer who serves on the Board of Trustees and as Chair of Media andCommunications of Turnaround for Children, an organization that has workedwith over 60 of New York City's lowest performing schools and, with a minimalinvestment per child, produces extraordinary, measureable improvements. A life-long New York resident, Levinson previously ran Martel Productions, her ownsuccessful event marketing firm for over 10 years.
Anthony E. Malkin, Malkin Holdings:
Anthony Malkin is president of Malkin Holdings and of its affiliates, including W&H Properties.Altogether, these firms comprise the real estate acquisition, management,construction and marketing arm of the Malkin family, which has been activein real estate for four generations. Through his real estate business, Malkinhas been a leader in existing building energy efficiency retrofits including agroundbreaking project at the Empire State Building.
Lillian Rodríguez López, President of the Hispanic Federation:
LillianRodríguez López serves as President of the Hispanic Federation, a non-profitmembership organization serving close to 100 Latino health and human serviceagencies in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania. Prior to joiningthe Hispanic Federation, Rodríguez López was employed at the New York CityHealth and Hospitals Corporation (HHC), a public benefit corporation whichoversees New York City's public health care system, in several capacities