Kleinhans Music Hall Management Inc. elects new members, officers
January 15, 2017
from Kleinhans Music Hall Management Inc.
At its annual meeting Tuesday, the board of directors of Kleinhans Music Hall Management Inc., the nonprofit established in 1940 to operate the famous venue, elected Tania Werbizky and Jeremy Oczek to serve three-year terms as members.
Werbizky recently retired from the Preservation League of New York State, where she was regional director of technical and grant programs for the past 25 years. In that capacity, she helped countless New Yorkers save the meaningful places in their communities by providing first-rate preservation expertise, one-on-one outreach and consultation, thoughtful preservation strategies and boundless enthusiasm for New York's historic places. Tania was an instructor at Cornell University's graduate program in historic preservation.
Oczek is an attorney at the firm of Bond, Schoeneck and King PLLC. He is an intellectual property and technology attorney whose practice is focused on complex intellectual property litigation, counseling, strategic advice and portfolio development. He works with technology clients nationwide. Prior to joining Bond in 2011, Oczek spent over a decade practicing law in Massachusetts and had been a partner at the international law firm Proskauer Rose LLP in its Boston office.