Guest of the stable: Mike Evers
I’ve moved to Hoboken just over 16 years ago, one week before the birth of the first of my two sons. I’ve been self-employed as a fundraising consultant working with small to mid-sized charities in the NY/NJ area for the last 23 years and teach at NYU’s Heyman Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising. I received an M.B.A. from Baruch College, CUNY after nine years of night school. Locally, I helped found the Elysian Charter School and served as an officer and trustee for a number of years. I am currently active with Hoboken’s Boy Scout Troop, which will be delivering bags of Christmas gifts to needy Hoboken families this week.
My hope is that the Zoning Board will allow the intent and purpose of the current Master Plan to inform all of its decision.
Talking Ed Note: Mike was named an alternate to serve on the Zoning Board at last Wednesday’s City Council meeting.