imageWalking tours become unwieldy with more than 30-35 people. I can also address larger audiences on urban geography, New York City, computerized property valuation, and urban data management. Some lectures command a fee; others are pro bono. (If it’s a nice day, I’d rather we were all outside!)

Audiences have included:

  • AFSCME-DC37 Assessors Union
  • American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers
  • Hunter College
  • Institute of Revenues, Rating and Valuation   (Melbourne)
  • International Association of Assessors Organization
  • Japan Real Estate Institute (Tokyo)
  • Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
  • Mori Building Co. (Tokyo)
  • Municipal Art Society
  • New York Public Library Mercator Society
  • New York University Wagner School of Public Administration
  • Queens Historical Society
  • Queens History Symposium
  • Queens Public Library
  • University of Seoul (S. Korea)
  • Urban and Regional Information Systems Association  (Keynote Address 2002)
  • Urban Data Management Symposium
  • Victorian Society of New York