Gina Argento Business Advice on Fortune!

Broadway Stages's Gina Argento lands on Fortune's personal profile page! Gina Argento, President of Brooklyn-based Broadway Stages, is a business woman that exemplifies the need for businesses to reinvestment back into their own communities. Whether physical communities like Greenpoint, Brooklyn or online business communities like Fortune, Gina looks to investment her time and effort to lead others to achieve their personal success.

In an effort to help aspiring and current businessmen and business woman, Gina Argento offers lifestyle and networking advice to help take your career to the next level!

Take a look at her profile on Fortune by clicking here!

Broadway Stages joins NYSunWorks to spread Hydroponic education!

Broadway Stages‘ Gina Argento wants to inspire New York students to be enthusiastic about going green! Teaming up with Nysunwork‘s Greenhouse Project, Gina looks to offer students K through 12th grade the opportunity to explore the benefits of going green!

The Greenhouse Project equips learning facilities with cutting-edge technology that mimic current industry standards in hydronic farming to allow students to learn under professional standards and procedures. Offering exceptional integrated learning techniques that exceed New York science requirements, the Greenhouse Project seeks to bring the best of environmental stewardship to the urban environment.

The Greenhouse Project brings over 20 local New York City schools, located across all 5 boroughs, the technical and educational resources required for students to immediately learning about hydroponics with hands on activities.  Students are also exposed to the positive benefits of solar energy and rain water recycling systems.

Together with Nysunworks, Broadway Stages works hard to promote strong fundamentals in green education for students in public schools. Join Broadway Stages, Gina Argento, and Nysunworks in creating a greener and eco-friendlier future!#GoGina

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Broadway Stages: Happy Earth Day Weekend! Make it Earth Day Everyday!

Broadway Stages is excited to announce Earth Day is only 1 day away! If you haven’t been following us already, Broadway Stages have been giving weekly tips on how you can get green in celebration of Earth Day. Today Gina Argento, President of Broadway Stages, shares 2 fun Earth saving tups!

  1. Coffee to Soil
    Next time you make coffee, you might want to save your coffee grounds. Make use of your coffee grounds by giving them a second purpose as a great fertilizer for your garden or potted plants. Egg shells works great too!
  2. Water on the Go
    Bring your own thermos or BPA free water bottle and take a stand against one time use disposable plastics. Simply using your own water bottle can help significant reduce plastic bottles ending up in land fills and more importantly reduce your risk of BPA chemical exposure found in disposable plastics.

Take these 2 fun Earth Day tips and incorporate it into your life today to do your part in helping save the Earth! #EarthDay

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Broadway Stages’ Earth Day at our Kingsland Wildflower Rooftop

Earth Day is only celebrated once a year, but Broadway Stages enjoys it as a yearlong commitment everyday! To help expand the annual celebration to a year long habit, Broadway Stages Gina Argento invites New York City community members to the Earth Day Lecture and Roof Tour where attendees can grow a lifelong excitement for preserving our natural environment.

Gina encourages everyone to gather at 520 Kingsland Avenue Saturday April 22 from 1pm-3pm. Sharing the the Earth Day Lecture and Roof Tour experience are the NYC Audubon, who will help cultivate a passionate lifestyle for maximizing NYC wildlife preservation through an educational lecture.

Attending visitors will be educated on healthy gardening habits and wildlife appropriate landscape designs lead by President of Four Harbors Audubon Society Joyann Ciriliano. Encouraging use of native plants to attract native bird species are taught to utilize our surrounding natural environment. Following the lecture, attendees are provided with free refreshments and guided on complete tour of the Kingsland Wildflowers rooftop.

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Broadway Stages Co-Hosts New York Building Congress Breakfast

Gina Argento,CEO of  Broadway Stages, co-hosts the New York Building Congress Construction Industry Breakfast to represent Brooklyn interests and voices.

The Construction Industry Breakfast hosted by the New York Building Congress is a platform for future events focused on improving New York’s affordable housing program. Central to the Breakfast is a 10-year commitment towards housing improvement known as Five-Borough Agenda which aims to accommodate 200,000 affordable housing units for New York City families. Fundraising goals during the event exceeded initial expectations generating wild excitement for the project to start.

As a contributor to the Five-Borough’s Agenda herself, Gina is excited to support the creation of over 80,000 new home units and affordability programs to protect future participants of the program. She insists that it is the responsibility of New Yorkers to take care of other New Yorkers when you can. #GoGina #NYC

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Earth Day Right Around the Corner

The long awaited Earth day is only 3 days away from our celebration! In anticipation of Earth Day, Broadway Stages have provided weekly tips to help express your inner green stewardship! Continuing the trend we offer 3 more incredible ways to go green!

  1. More than Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
    We all know about the 3 R’s but most people do not consider the option to donate. Donating furniture, clothes, or electronics greatly extend the functional life of an item and more importantly keeps them out of land fills.
  2. Compost It
    Composting is simple and effective way to repurpose your food scraps. Instead of throwing your left over food in the trash bag try to compost it at home. Composting produces nutrient rich soil that can be used for potted plants or garden. Get your own Composting kit today!
  3. Plant a Tree!
    One of the best ways to celebrate the upcoming Earth Day is to plant a Tree! Directly reduce carbon in the air and replace it with breathable oxygen for all of us. Go out today and plant a tree today, bring friends and make it a group activity!

Broadway Stages introduces 3 fun and easy ways to make going green the new trend. Join Broadway Stages in our green mission. Start your journey today! #GreenwithStage

An Angel for Education

 

Partnering with Futures in Education, Gina Argento actively involves herself with New York students in grade 1- 8 attending grammar schools by becoming a sponsoring ArchAngel.

Futures in Education offers individual the opportunity to financially support the educational journeys of Brooklyn and Queens students attending Catholic grammar schools. Individuals contributing to the Angel Program can assist multiple students by subsidizing tuition cost by becoming a financial benefactor. Angels support recipient students to overcome financial obstacles impeding their educational success at grammar schools.

The best benefit of becoming an Angel at Futures in Educations is the privilege to see the growth and impact of your contribution on your students. As an ArchAngel, Gina communicates directly to her students in correspondence letters, cards, or drawings.

This Easter, Kevin, a 7th grader and a Angel student of Gina, shares his incredible experiences at school and his exciting Easter plans. The most touching line from Kevin read by Gina is his interpretation of Easter,

“I personally believe that people shouldn’t just give gifts, they should give joy and happiness vocally.”

Seeing Kevin want to spread and reciprocate his happiness to other is the most rewarding for Gina. Watching students like Kevin positively affected by her contributions only strengthens Gina’s commitment to providing quality education for New York students. Please join Gina in her mission to improve and positively impact student education! #GoGina

YMCA visits Broadway Stages!

Broadway Stages‘ Gina Argento invited Flushing YMCA to join us at our stages this afternoon to share our passion of film production. YMCA students and staff were given a full tour of 5 sound stages as part of our student enrichment pledge for New York students.

YMCA students were educated about the various components that makes a production look flawless on TV. Students were surprised to learn the hundred of personnels involved in the behind-the-scene activities for a single TV episode. Broadway Stages staff educated students and staff on the astronomical 4 million jobs provided by NY film economy in addition to the generous spending on local businesses by film production companies year round.

Broadway Stages were happy share the exciting behind-the-scenes into some of the student’s favorite on-screen shows. As a traditional, all students received Broadway Stages t-shirts to remind them of our continued partnership with YMCA! Broadway Stages stands with YMCA! Let’s explore student enrichment together!

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Broadway Stages Earth Day Count Down!

Broadway Stages Gina Argento is going to provide 7 quick tips that can help save the planet!

  1. Make Recycling Easier
    Place paper and plastic recycling bins near high traffic areas in your office and home! This will help maximize recycling habits of your co-works and your family.
  2.  Refill your Ink
    Most of the time ink cartridges are replaced completely, instead learn to refill your ink cartridges to save money and the environment! Most local stationary store are able to refill your cartridges for you!
  3. Consider the Metro
    Reduce your carbon footprint and help keep the air cleaner today by using your local transportation system! It saves money and in crowded cities, it might also just save you precious time!
  4. Bring Your Own Bags
    Consider bring your own bags to the groceries next time. You can save up to 1,000 groceries bag a year from sitting in landfills, simply by bring your own reusable bags!
  5. Go Paperless
    No paper no problem. Most companies can replace your current physical mail with electronic versions. Consider using the paperless route, saving green forest starts with you!
  6. Don’t Waste the Back
    Double sided your prints to reduce your paper usage by half!
  7. Let Your Friends Know!
    Going Green is all about sharing your knowledge and environmental stewardship with your colleagues, friends, and family! Help make their green impact as strong as yours!

Follow these 7 quick Earth Day tips and get Green Today! #GreenwithStage

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YMCA Behind-the-Scenes!

YMCA students and staff with Tony Argento

YMCA students and staff with Tony Argento

Broadway Stages invited Flushing YMCA to join us at our sound stages this afternoon to share our passion of film production. YMCA students and staff were given a full tour of 5 sound stages as part of our student enrichment program for New York students.

YMCA students were educated about the various components that makes a production look flawless on TV. Students were surprised to learn the hundred of personnels involved in the behind-the-scene activities for a single TV episode. Broadway Stages staff educated students and staff on the astronomical 4 million jobs provided by NY film economy in addition to the generous spending on local businesses by film production companies year round.

Broadway Stages were happy share the exciting behind-the-scenes into some of the student’s favorite on-screen shows. As a traditional, all students received Broadway Stages t-shirts to remind them of our continued partnership with YMCA! Let’s explore student enrichment together!

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Supporting Brooklyn and Queens Communities

Broadway Stages‘ Gina Argento always looks to help New York families! Joining the Catholic Charities of Brooklyn and Queens, an organization that has positively impact local families in Queens and Brooklyn through its various services, Gina helps provide vital services that dozens of families rely on.

Catholic Charities helps hundred of families and children through its community service programs. Catholic Charities delivers New Yorkers a wide range of educational and support services which range from Integrated Health and Wellness Services, Affordable Housing Program, and Community Services. These programs help care for the well-being of Brooklyn and Queens neighborhoods by directly connecting individuals with professionals and the necessary resources to succeed.

Gina believes Catholic Charities’s dedication towards community resident are complementary to her commitment to Brooklyn and Queens residents. As a sponsor of Catholic Charities, Gina Argento wants to provide Brooklyn and Queens communities with quality care and professional help services to positively impact their lives. Gina continues to commit herself to actively bettering many families by providing financial assistance to community-based organizations. She hopes her dedication to the New York City families will inspires others to make the pledge to help their fellow neighbor(s). #GoGina

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Broadway Stages Gina Argento Presents the Broadway Stages Scholarship

Broadway Stages joins Kingsborough Community College to provide New York City students with the necessary educational tools for academic and life long success. Sharing a vision of educational excellence, Broadway Stages' Gina Argento and Brooklyn-based Kingsborough Community College have come together to create the Broadway Stages Scholarship Award!

Broadway Stages' Gina Argento established the Broadway Stages Award to inspire students to achieve success in their academic careers by providing access to financial resources available through the scholarship.

The Broadway Stages Scholarship Award rewards students with the opportunity to advance beyond financial obstacles impeding their academic achievement. Select students pursing a Media-related majors who demonstrate strong work ethic and active community involvement are qualified candidates for the Broadway Stages Scholarship Award. These requirements are included to encourage students to parallel Broadway Stages' commitment to community and passion for media.

Please join Gina in providing more opportunities for student education! #GoGina

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