Charles J. Hamilton, Jr., became the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Harlem School of the Arts on April 21, 2010 after taking part in an intensive three-week campaign that resulted in combined gifts of $1 million from the Herb Alpert Foundation, the Starr Foundation and two anonymous donors.   These gifts allowed the School to keep its doors open after more than 45 years of service.

Mr. Hamilton is Senior Counsel in the New York office of Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf, LLP.    Mr. Hamilton advises clients in real estate development and finance, government finance, and corporate governance.  He represents private real estate owners, buildings and developers, entrepreneurial

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Mr. Hamilton is Senior Counsel in the New York office of Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf, LLP.    Mr. Hamilton advises clients in real estate development and finance, government finance, and corporate governance.  He represents private real estate owners, buildings and developers, entrepreneurialMr. Hamilton is Senior Counsel in the New York office of Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf, LLP.    Mr. Hamilton advises clients in real estate development and finance, government finance, and corporate governance.  He represents private real estate owners, buildings and developers, entrepreneurialMr. Hamilton is Senior Counsel in the New York office of Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf, LLP.    Mr. Hamilton advises clients in real estate development and finance, government finance, and corporate governance.  He represents private real estate owners, buildings and developers, entrepreneurial

 

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represents private real estate owners, buildings and developers, entrepreneurialMr. Hamilton is Senior Counsel in the New York office of Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf, LLP.    Mr. Hamilton advises clients in real estate development and finance, government finance, and corporate governance.  He represents private real estate owners, buildings and developers, entrepreneurialMr. Hamilton is Senior Counsel in the New York office of Windels Marx Lane & Mittendorf, LLP.    Mr. Hamilton advises clients in real estate development and finance, government finance, and corporate governance.  He represents

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    Charles J. Hamilton, Jr., became the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Harlem School of the Arts on April 21, 2010 after taking part in an intensive three-week campaign that resulted in combined gifts of $1 million from the Herb Alpert Foundation, the Starr Foundation and two anonymous donors.   These gifts allowed the School to keep its doors open after more than 45 years of service.