Kimberly Gilgeours Senior Financial Professional at The World Changers Kimberly Gilgeours Senior Financial Professional at The World Changers
Kimberly Gilgeours is a highly experienced financial services professional with over two decades of experience working with businesses and individuals to build out comprehensive financial strategies. Throughout her career, Kimberly has developed a deep understanding of the financial landscape and has helped countless clients navigate the complexities of the industry to achieve their financial goals.
Kimberly is a business leader, a single mom of twins, who is deeply committed to her community. She has been a part of several non-profit and for-profit organizations throughout her career. She believes strongly in the power of giving back and works tirelessly to support causes that she is passionate about. Throughout her career, Kimberly has earned a reputation as a trusted and knowledgeable advisor, and has been recognized for her exceptional work by both her clients and her peers. Kimberly is deeply committed to her clients’ success and is always willing to go above and beyond to ensure that they are able to achieve their financial goals. She is a highly respected and sought-after professional, and is well-positioned to continue making a positive impact in both her professional and personal life. Heather Hugelmeyer Director, Behavioral Health of Zucker Hillside Hospital Northwell Health Heather Hugelmeyer Director, Behavioral Health of Zucker Hillside Hospital Northwell Health
Heather Hugelmeyer is Director of the Garden City Treatment Center, part of Zucker Hillside Hospital at Northwell Health. She has been engaged in the treatment of substance use disorders for the past 25 years and has worked extensively with adolescents and their families during that time. Heather’s program includes care pathways for adults, adolescents, and families. In her role, Heather has been working to dismantle siloes to ensure those in need, regardless of what clinical or school setting they are interacting with, can access high quality and evidence-based care, without delay.
Shivani Mantha Acting Assistant Commissioner and Director of Policy and Communications for the Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Use Prevention, Care, and Treatment at New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Shivani Mantha Acting Assistant Commissioner and Director of Policy and Communications for the Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Use Prevention, Care, and Treatment at New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
Shivani Mantha is the Acting Assistant Commissioner and Director of Policy and Communications for the Bureau of Alcohol and Drug Use Prevention, Care, and Treatment within the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Prior to this, she worked as an overdose epidemiologist within the same bureau. She has worked in the field of substance use epidemiology and policy for the past nine years. Shivani received her MPH in Epidemiology from the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health and her BA in Biology from Swarthmore College.
Jose Soegaard Deputy Director of Office of Nightlife Jose Soegaard Deputy Director of Office of Nightlife
osé has been the deputy director of the NYC Office of Nightlife since 2018, serving as a policy advisor to the Senior Executive Director to promote economically and culturally vibrant nightlife throughout New York City. José has more than a decade of urban policy experience, with a focus on consensus building to shape civic spaces central to New York’s identity. Previously, he led the Waterfront Alliance’s programs, policy, and advocacy efforts, to promote a shared vision for vibrant, accessible, and resilient waterways. José was also the policy and research manager for the Times Square Alliance, supporting the planning of the area’s Broadway pedestrian plazas. During that time he also played bass in the indie rock band Harlem Shakes, and is a record collector of disco, house, techno, jazz, and classical music. José received a Master in Public Policy from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University and a Bachelor of Arts in history from Yale University.