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Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy Announces New Board Member Linsey Snyder

by Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy on Jul 12, 2019

BROOKLYN, June 28, 2019—The Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy (Conservancy) is pleased to announce the election of Linsey Snyder to the organization’s Board of Directors. The election took place at today’s June 28 Conservancy Board Meeting.

“We are excited to welcome Linsey Snyder to our Board of Directors,” said Chris Coffey, Conservancy Board Chairman. “Linsey comes with a breadth of experience in business and marketing, and we look forward to tapping Linsey’s skills and impressive experience towards the goals and mission of the Conservancy.”

Linsey Snyder

Originally from Buffalo, NY, Linsey has been a resident of New York City since 2001, and of Brooklyn Heights since 2008. After a brief stint in television production, working in the Film Unit at Saturday Night Live, Linsey started Face Time Beauty — a beauty concierge business that services the wedding industry, the entertainment industry, and everything in between. Linsey has recently expanded Face Time’s footprint to include Palm Beach, Nashville, and Charleston.

In addition to Face Time, she and her husband, Jeremy, also own Cobblestone Catering, a Brooklyn-based specialty food market and catering company. Linsey oversees Cobblestone’s marketing, branding, and social media management. Linsey sat on the Parent’s Association for her children’s school, Brooklyn Heights Montessori, most recently serving a two-year term as Co-Chair. She is also on the Atlantic BID board alongside other business and property owners in the neighborhood. She is a graduate of Rollins College.

“As a Brooklyn Heights resident, business owner, and mother, I am fiercely committed to bettering this community however I can. Brooklyn Bridge Park has become a vital part of our backyard, and I feel privileged to join this group of visionary leaders at the Conservancy who are equally passionate about supporting and bringing innovative and important programming to this treasured space.”

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Contact: Katherine Gray, [email protected], 718-514-7358

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