Panel Discussion: Team Up For Change – Executive Directors Review the Roles of Consultants, Board and Funders
NYTAP Presents TEAM UP FOR CHANGE:
Posted: March 23, 2012
Friday April 27th, 2012
Program: 9:00-11:30 AM
Registration, breakfast & networking: 8:30 AM
Executive Directors from three dynamic NYC nonprofits will share their personal experiences managing major organizational change.
Joined by their partners in change, they will discuss the role that consultants, board members, and funders played in their efforts. They will also explore the universal factors that can support or limit any change initiative, and how to know whether your organization is ready for change.
* Andrea Louie, Executive Director, Asian American Arts Alliance www.aaartsalliance.org
* Muzzy Rosenblatt, Executive Director, BRC www.brc.org
* Robin Bernstein, Executive Director, Educational Alliance www.edalliance.org
Moderated by Roxanne Greenstein
Fee: $35 (includes light continental breakfast)
Support Center for Nonprofit Management, www.supportcenteronline.org
305 Seventh Avenue, 11th floor, NY, NY 10001
About the Organizations
Asian American Arts Alliance
The Asian American Arts Alliance (a4) was founded in 1983 as a diverse alliance of artists, organizations, and individual supporters working together as a pan-ethnic, multidisciplinary community to nurture the development of artists and arts organizations. Today, a4 continues its work strengthening Asian American artists and arts/cultural groups in New York City through funding, promotion and community building.
Founded in 1971 by lodgers of Bowery flophouses who wanted to improve their lives, BRC is today a leading provider of housing and services to well over 10,000 of New York City’s neediest individuals. Operating a continuum of 27 programs throughout New York. BRC approaches its work holistically with the goal of making a lasting and positive impact in the lives of the people served and the larger community.
The Educational Alliance has served Downtown Manhattan since 1889. Originally a settlement house for East European Jews immigrating to New York City, it has evolved over the years to match the needs of its ever-changing local community. Over 125 years after its start, the Educational Alliance annually serves 50,000 New Yorkers of diverse ethnic, religious and socio-economic backgrounds through 41 programs.
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