“Shoshanah Brown works to bring home healthcare to underserved New York City communities.” Ideas and Insights, Columbia Business School, November 29, 2018.
"An overlooked way to stay out of the hospital: Community-based organizations are key resources, but face prohibitive obstacles." Letter to the Editor, Crain's New York Business, July 31, 2018.
"AIRnyc Is Evolving Its Name And Integrating Its Home-Based Model To Address Multiple Chronic Diseases." Press Release via PRNewswire, April 26, 2018.
"The Long-Term Consequences of Living at NYCHA," Politico, April 9, 2018.
AIRnyc's work highlighted at Tamer Center for Social Enterprise Awards Breakfast with Remarks by Executive Director Shoshanah Brown, Columbia Business School, April 16, 2017.
Nina Del Rio interviews AIRnyc Executive Director Shoshanah Brown on Get Connected, 106.7 Lite FM, May 22, 2016.
"Medicaid Panel Gets a Progress Report on DSRIP: Community Groups Make Please to State Oversight Panel: Invest in CBOs," Crain's New York Business, January 22, 2016.
"Nonprofits, Hospitals Partner to Keep New Yorkers Healthy," Crain's New York Business, August 27, 2015
"AIRnyc Battles Asthma in the City's Poorest Neighborhoods," Crain's New York Business, August 25, 2015.
"Exclusive: Patients suffering from asthma make up nearly a quarter of Harlem Hospital's emergency room visits," New York Daily News,October 8, 2014
Community Health Worker Isaac Lief on a Home Visit, ABC's Here and Now, August 18, 2014
Executive Director Shoshanah Brown and Community Health Worker Fatima Kourouma, ABC's Here and Now, August 18, 2014
"AIRharlem Helps Children with Asthma," Eyewitness News/ABC7 NY,February 20, 2013
"AIRharlem Hosts Fitness Day For Children With Asthma," NY1, October 13, 2012
"Mexicana Ayuda a Hispanos de Harlem a Combatir el Asma," El Diario, October 24, 2012. AIRnyc's Mariana Sanchez is featured!
"U.S. Praises Program in City for Children with Asthma," The New York Times, January 14, 2005
"An Everyday Struggle for Breath; Childhood Asthma Project Reaches Out in Harlem," The New York Times, May 1, 2003