Part 8: The Recruitment of Talent
From Baruch DML
A panel of executives whose careers began in the Lindsay Administration discusses the recruitment of talent to the City through the establishment of Talent Search to bring talented individuals in city government as well as to create a domestic peace corps with the establishment of the Urban Corps.
Sigmund G. Ginsburg, Executive VP & Director, Nonprofit Practice in NYC, DHR International; Founder & Director, New York Urban Fellowship Program;
Ilene Leff, Managing Director at Chief Executive Group and Independent Management Consultant; Management Consultant formerly with McKinsey & Co. during Lindsay Years;
Deborah M. Sale, Executive VP for External Affairs, Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS); Director, Special Circular 90 H.S. Internship Program for Lindsay's Office.
The panel discussion is moderated by Stanley S. Litow, VP, Corporate Citizenship & Affairs, IBM, President of IBM Foundation; Executive Director, NYC Urban Corps in Lindsay Administration.
Stan Altman, symposium organizer, Professor of School of Public Affairs and Director of American Humanics at Baruch College, introduces the moderator and the event.