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UNIVERSAL HIP HOP MUSEUM
Rocky Bucano is the Executive Director and President of the
Universal Hip Hop Museum. A Bronx native, his career spans
30+ years in the record industry as an executive and business
leader. In 2012, Rocky assumed the role of President of the Universal
Hip Hop Museum and led the UHHM as a NY State Department
of Education chartered cultural institution, through
Universal Hip Hop Museum’s permanent state-of-the-art home
is scheduled to open at the Bronx Point in 2024.
REAL ESTATE BROKER
TODAY REALTY CORP.
Vincent has been a true asset, pioneer, and businessman in
the Bronx. He supports and sponsors the Van Nest and Throgs
Neck Little League organizations. He remains an active member
of the Kiwanis Club, FIERI Italian-American Club and The
Sons of Italy Lodge No. 83. In addition, Vincent has been the
head baseball coach at Fordham Prep for the past four years.
Today Realty Corp., a family owned- and operated-business
for the past 58 years, is a proud member of the Bronx-Manhattan
North Association of Realtors and the Hudson Gateway Association
KENNY BURGOS SUSAN R. BURNS, PH.D.
COLLEGE OF MOUNT SAINT VINCENT
Kenny Burgos understands the costs of New York’s rising income
inequality and deep inequities in the lives of Bronx residents
because he has lived it. A second-generation Bronxite,
Kenny’s experiences inspired him to serve the residents of the
85th Assembly District.
Kenny attended city public schools, graduating from Bronx
High School of Science and receiving his degree from the University
at Albany. During his studies, Kenny’s interest in public
service was sparked. Positions as Deputy Chief of Staff and
Budget Director on the New York City Council followed.
Dr. Susan R. Burns, serves as the sixth president of the College
of Mount Saint Vincent. Embodying a deep-seated commitment
to the liberal arts and its inherent promise to provide
access to an authentic, high-quality education, Dr. Burns has
dedicated herself to the common good, Vincentian service,
and the Catholic intellectual tradition.
Her career and scholarly engagements have involved collaboration
with colleagues to engage students in research
projects resulting in presentations at local, regional and national
conferences, as well as publication in professional outlets.