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Marshall hails from Houston and lives in East Williamsburg with his wife and young child. Trained at Howard University’s prestigious music program, Marshall is a renowned jazz drummer, surrounded by grammy-winning artists and schooled by world-class facilities.

Marshall is our director of Operations at Under the K Bridge Park, where he focuses on bringing the very best cultural programming to North Brooklyn.

Born and raised on the Southside of Williamsburg, Tony has always loved the outdoors. Spending most of his young life hanging out on the Waterfront or walking endless miles around New York City.

Before joining NBK Parks as part of the Green Team, Tony spent several years in Wyoming at Yellowstone National Park. When not fly fishing or hiking, he learned a great deal about natural habitats and conservation.

You can find Tony most days in the garden beds at Under the K.

Katie Denny Horowitz became Executive Director of NBK Parks in May 2019. She brings nearly two decades of public and nonprofit experience to the role. Having steered the fundraising, communications, and government relations at Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City for six years. Prior to which she served as the Director of Development for New Yorkers for Parks and the Director of Special Projects at the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs. 

A longtime Greenpoint resident, Katie has held past volunteer positions with NBK Parks, when it was Open Space Alliance for North Brooklyn (OSA), and chaired its Community Committee. Katie was also a board member of Greenpoint Waterfront Alliance for Parks and Planning (GWAPP), co-founder of the North Brooklyn Public Art Coalition, and a Community Advisory Member of the Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund (GCEF).

Native New Yorker, and twenty-plus year resident of Greenpoint, Lynn del Sol is a park lover. Which is great, since she joined one of the oldest nonprofits in the neighborhood fighting for equity and innovation in our public spaces. As the Development and Communications Manager, her job is to obsess over Instagram engagement, unearth an archive, and fire up a neighborhood’s philanthropic soul.

Lynn was an art dealer and curator for almost fifteen years -responsible for over two hundred exhibitions, including Lebanon’s first attempt at a National Pavillon during the 2005 Venice Biennale. She also served as a Visiting Scholar to the New School’s Humanities Action Lab where she partnered with OutHistory.org, ACT Up! Oral History Project, and the New York Public Library Archive Division. 

When she’s not spending an inordinate amount of time in a park with her best friend and pup, Lola, you can find her leading groups of folks around the neighborhood on walking tours discussing everything from rezoning and affordable housing to art, architecture, and history.