TNJ Honors Commissioner Gatling

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Patricia L. Gatling, Commissioner and Chair of the NYC Commission on Human Rights was honored last week by The Network Journal as one of 25 “Influential Black Women in Business - Women Going The Distance” at their 9th annual event.

Commissioner Gatling was saluted for achieving a significant level of success in her career and for the contributions she has made to the city's diverse communities.  The MC was April Woodard, Senior Correspondent, Fox 5 Inside Edition.

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