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InfrastructureUSA Founder & Managing Director

The Founder and Managing Director of InfrastructureUSA is Steven C.F. Anderson, President and Executive Producer of APL, Anderson Productions Ltd.  A 30-year communications and media innovator, Steve creates programming for presentation on web sites, produces TV documentaries and public affairs programs, and serves as a consultant to nonprofit organizations and governmental agencies.  APL produces films on issues relating to urban affairs, transportation, education, labor and the built environment.

InfrastructureUSA Senior Advisors

H. Claude Shostal is a Faculty Member at the NYU Schack Institute of Real Estate and Past President of Regional Plan Association.  He also serves as President of the Catskill Center for Conservation & Development.  A former Vice President for Development at Cushman Realty and Binswanger Corporation, Claude previously served in senior positions in New York State & New York City government.

Kenneth K. Fisher is a partner in the law firm of Cozen O’Connor, where his practice concentrates on the civic fabric of New York City; real estate development, zoning and land use matters. A former Member of the New York City Council, Ken is currently chair of the NYC chapter of the League of Conservation Voters, the New York City Bar Association Committee on Land Use, Planning & Zoning, and the Governor’s Island Alliance.  His recent article, Whither Infrastructure? Facing the Capital Construction Conundrum was published in the NY Law Journal.

Michael Connor is an award-winning media executive, entrepreneur and consultant with extensive experience in television, print and the Internet.   He is president and CEO of New Mountain Media LLC and Publisher/Executive Editor of Business Ethics Online.  A former reporter for The Wall Street Journal and correspondent for ABC News, Michael has launched and managed numerous ventures on multiple media platforms in the U.S., Europe and Asia.

InfrastructureUSA Development Team

The InfrastructureUSA website was developed and is maintained by Andigo New Media, an online communications strategy and web development firm based in New York City.

Lead by Andrew Schulkind, the Andigo team helped us bring our vision for the InfrastructureUSA community to life visually and functionally with an emphasis on usability and search-engine friendliness.

The Andigo team includes Andrew Schulkind (communication strategy, project management), Andres Basso (WordPress development), Steve Bruner (user-generated-content tools integration), and Michael Tashji (graphic design).

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InfrastructureUSA.org wishes to acknowledge the underwriting support provided by the following:

ACEC Logo American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC)
ASCE Logo American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE)
NYBF Logo New York Building Foundation
Hanson Logo Hanson Professional Services Inc.
APL Logo  Anderson Productions Ltd
John Hennessy III, P.E.


FJC, a Foundation of Philanthropic Funds, serves as the 501(c)(3) fiscal sponsor for InfrastructureUSA.org. As such, all donations are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. In 1995, a small group of dedicated philanthropists established FJC, with the goal of making it the premier foundation of donor advised funds for discerning philanthropists who strive for better ways of giving. New York City-based FJC is a public charity that provides total management of charitable giving. To date, over $270,000,000 in grants have gone to charities in the United States and around the world.

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Special Thanks

Special thanks to Geoffrey S. George (www.gsgfilms.com), who contributed many of the photographs displayed on InfrastructureUSA.org. Mr. George is a photographer and filmmaker currently residing in downtown Detroit, Michigan. His fine art photography is part of a series entitled “American Twilight,” highlighting areas affected by economic distress and industrial decay.

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