Political consultant Bruce N. Gyory will present “American
Politics at a Crossroads: The Political Implications Attending the Great Recession" on September 20 at 7pm in the Donald A. Krenz Academic Center at Concordia College. This special evening presentation opens the fall Business Breakfast series sponsored by BNY Mellon Wealth Management and Friends of Concordia. Gyory’s presentation will look at the political trends shaping the 2012 presidential election.
A former political candidate, lawyer, lobbyist, and senior advisor to three New York governors, Gyory is currently a strategic consultant at Corning Place Communications. He has spent more than 30 years studying the demographic and voting trends in state and national politics, and is consulted frequently for his expertise in tracking and
assessing voter preferences and trends.
Gyory’s political career started in New York in the late 1970’s when he helped coordinate the Election Day operations which lead to three upset victories in special
elections, and two of those upsets were building blocks for New York City’s emerging Minority vote. He has done macro-vote targeting for three successful gubernatorial campaigns. He served first as Assistant, and then, Deputy Appointments Office to the Governor in the second Carey Administration, as Senior Advisor to Governors Spitzer and
Paterson, and as a political consultant to Tom Suozzi and Sean Coffey.
Gyory is also an adjunct professor of Political Science at SUNY Albany and has
published op-ed pieces for Newsday, The Daily News, and City and State News.
A graduate of Columbia University and NYU Law School, Gyory lives with his wife, Amy, in Delmar, New York. Bronxville resident, Bill Mulrow, Senior Managing Director at Blackstone, and a 2007 contender for New York State Comptroller, will introduce Mr. Gyory.
Seating is limited. Please contact Ellen de
Saint Phalle at email@example.com by
September 19 to reserve a seat for this free program.