Dynia graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Hospitality Management from New York City College of Technology and received a Certificate in Pastry Arts from the Art Institute of New York City. Dynia uses food as her medium for community outreach.
Urboshi has been involved with Reading Empowers for two years as a volunteer at both P.S. 184 and P.S. 1. Having participated in tutoring programs at local elementary schools in both high school and college, she thought Reading Empowers would be the perfect opportunity to continue her interest in community service and engagement post grad.
From Boston originally and graduated from Cornell in 2013, she currently works for Aon Hewitt as an executive compensation consultant, specializing in compensation design and regulatory guidance for large financial services institutions. When she's not working or volunteering, you can find her in her kitchen trying out a new recipe or pouring over my favorite food blogs - She love to cook! She also enjoys traveling, spending time with family and friends, and of course, reading.
Mary is a native New Yorker who completed her undergraduate studies at Cornell. She also completed her Masters in Library and Information Science at Rutgers University. Currently, she works as a digital librarian in media. She likes arts and culture, theater, and reading. On her spare time she runs 5Ks.