92nd Street Y

Location
Registered Name
The Young Mens and Young Womens Hebrew Association
Tax ID
13-1624229

Overview

92nd Street Y's mission is to enrich the lives of the over 300,000 people who visit each year — both in person and through 92Y's satellite, television, radio and Internet broadcasts. The organization offers comprehensive performing arts, film and spoken word events; courses in the humanities, the arts, personal development and Jewish culture; activities and workshops for children, teenagers and parents; and health and fitness programs for people of every age. Committed to making its programs available to everyone, 92nd Street Y awards nearly $1 million in scholarships annually and reaches out to 7,000 public school children through fully subsidized arts education programs.

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Programs

$16m

The Lillian and Sol Goldman Family Center for Youth and Family promotes the healthy development and growth of children and families. From classes for parents-to-be to extensive after-school activities, the center provides a supportive, non-competitive environment that encourages children and families to reach their maximum potential. Its programs include the award-winning Parenting Center, the Nursery School, the 92Y After-School Center, and nine summer camps.

$12m

The May Center for Health, Fitness & Sport promotes the essential aspects of well-being through all stages of life with emphasis on exercise, healthful living and nutrition. The Centers complex, which includes a 25-yard pool and two gyms, offers 100 fitness classes weekly, expert training and services. One of the Centers defining features is its emphasis on health care and disease prevention through programs such as cardiac rehab, nutrition, Parkinsons Exercise Program and partnerships with leading New York hospitals.

$9.7m

The Charles Simon Center for Adult Life and Learning offers a unique blend of social, educational and cultural programs for adults at every stage of their lives. In addition to bringing the worlds finest minds to 92Ys stages in its prestigious 92Y Talks series, the Center offers diverse growth, career development, humanities and language classes. Its Himan Brown Senior Program fosters creativity, lifelong learning, wellness and community for adults over the age of 60. Operating under the Centers auspices, 92Y Residence offers housing to students, interns and young professionals.

$9.1m

Gilda and henry block school of the arts

$5.3m

Tisch center for the arts

$2.1m

Bronfman center for jewish life

$3.1m

Belfer center for innovation and social impact

$1.2m

Agency wide initiatives

$1.2m

Center for educational outreach

$75.5k

Milstein rosenthal

Leadership

Laurence D. Belfer Chairman of the Board
Marc S. Lipschultz Chair Emeritus
Jennifer Heyman Millstone Vice Chairman
Andrea Olshan Vice Chairman
Eva Colin Usdan Vice Chairman
Howard M. Lorber Treasurer
Henry T. Timms President and CEO
David Schwartz Leeper Secretary and General Counsel
Jody Gottfried Arnhold Director
Arthur Aufses Director Through 5/18
Glenn August Director
Catherine H. Behrend Director
Claire Benenson Director
Michael Berland Director
Len Blavatnik Director
Thomas Block Director
Matthew Bronfman Director
Kathy Chazen Director
Andrew Crystal Director
Richard Crystal Director Through 5/18
Stuart J. Ellman Director
Michael S. Feldberg Director
Christine Ferer Director
Glenn Fuhrman Director
Rick Gerson Director
Jeffrey B. Goldenberg Director
Jane H. Goldman Director
Michael Goldstein Director
Todd Hirsch Director
Daniel R. Kaplan Director Through 7/17
Thomas S. Kaplan Director
Lori A. Kasowitz Director
Richard L. Kay Director
Elena Hahn Kiam Director
Jonathan Korngold Director
William P. Lauder Director
Paul Levy Director
Honorable Joseph Lieberman Director
Fredric Mack Director
Richard J. Mack Director
Philip L. Milstein Director
Cheryl Minikes Director
Martin J. Oppenheimer Director
John Paulson Director
Martin J. Rabinowitz Director
David S. Rose Director
Barry Rosenstein Director
Michael S. Roth Director
Steven Rubenstein Director
Yossi Sagol Director
Gail Michele Saltz Director
Mara Sandler Director Through 5/18
Curtis Schenker Director
David M. Schizer Director
Dov Seidman Director
Wendy Siegel Director As of 5/18
Lauren Hochfelder Silverman Director
Oliver Stanton Director
Ronald Stein Director
Stuart Sucherman Director
Kenneth L. Wallach Director
Brian Wolfe Director
Caryn Zucker Director
Eric Lane Director
James M. O'hara Deputy Executive Director, CFO
Alyse Myers Deputy Executive Director
Eric Lange Assoc. Executive Director, HR
Peter Rubinstein Director of Jewish Community
Ellen Birnbaum Dir. of Early Childhood Prog.
Daniel Gallagher Stagehand
Asha Curran Chief Innovation Officer
Hanna A. Gaifman Director Tisch Center
Source: IRS 990