The Helpers Need Help: New York City's Nonprofit Human Service Organizations Persevering in Uncertain Times
From Baruch DML
The results are presented by Jack Krauskopf, Distinguished Lecturer & Director, Baruch College School of Public Affairs Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management, and Micheline Blum, Distinguished Lecturer & Director, Baruch College Survey Research.
Nancy Wackstein, HSC Board Chair & Executive Director of United Neighborhood Houses, moderates a panel of nonprofit providers. Panelists include:
Gary Carter, Executive Director, Little Sisters of the Assumption Family Health Services, Inc.; Alan Goodman, Executive Director, Brooklyn Bureau of Community Service; Dr. Jeremy Kohomban, Executive Director & CEO, The Children’s Village; and Carolyn McLaughlin, Executive Director, Citizens Advice Bureau. A Q&A session follows.
The event is introduced by David Birdsell, Dean of the School of Public Affairs; and Michael Stoller, Executive Director of the Human Services Council.
This event is presented by the Human Services Council of New York City and the Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management at the Baruch College School of Public Affairs.
The event takes place on September 9, 2009, at the Baruch College Vertical Campus, Room 14-220."