From artists to architects, our board members are experts at the cross section of design and public space, guiding our vision for New York’s public realm.

We are excited to announce that Nick Colvin of CityBridge and Greg Reaves of Reaves Architects will be joining our diverse leadership team. Learn more about their unique public space expertise below and meet the entire Board of Directors here.

Nick Colvin

Nick Colvin serves as Chief Executive Officer of CityBridge, LLC, the consortium behind the groundbreaking LinkNYC program, which provides free public Wi-Fi for millions of residents, commuters, and visitors in New York City, plus free nationwide phone calls, connections to government and social services, and a public service messaging platform. Nick is passionate about technology as a means to help people. His vision of a citywide digital safety net and his values-driven leadership are evident in the development of the groundbreaking Link5G, which was designed to ensure New York's digital infrastructure provides equitable access to 21st century tools for the city’s underserved communities

Previously, Nick was an Associate Partner at Control Group, where he worked with global brands and nonprofits to bring to life innovative projects at the intersection of digital and physical spaces.

Nick has over 20 years of experience building and supporting human-focused technology with organizations including the ACLU, Apple, AT&T, Google, and Ralph Appelbaum Associates. He holds a Bachelor of Music from Western Carolina University.

Greg Reaves

Greg Reaves is an architect and founder of Reaves Architecture, based in Brooklyn. Greg has led notable projects that span both the public and private realms, at all scales, in New York City and around the world.

Prior to establishing Reaves Architecture in 2023 Greg served as partner at Thomas Phifer and Partners, Safdie Architects, and most recently at LSM Studio, where he led the New York City office. The foundation of Greg’s career was formed in the office of SOM in Chicago and at Richard Meier and Partners in New York. 

Greg is a graduate of the University of Kentucky College of Architecture and currently serves as the chair of the college’s Advisory Board.