New York City: Global Leader in International Nongovernmental Organizations

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Consulting Day for New York City's Nonprofit Community

Thursday April 23, 2015
4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Baruch College, Administrative Building,
3rd Floor, Room 301
135 East 22nd St. (Lexington & 3rd Ave.) New York, NY

New York City is a world leader in finance, policy and the arts. A new report published by the Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management indicates it is also a global leader in civil society through its thriving and diverse collection of international nongovernmental organizations (INGOs).

This panel will discuss:
•  What does the INGO Sector in NYC look like in size, focus, and mission?
•  What added advantage does headquartering an INGO in NYC
   offer an organization?
•  What needs of the INGO sector have yet to be met in NYC?
•  What are the main challenges facing INGOs, large and small,
    operating from NYC?

MODERATOR:
John Casey, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Baruch College, School of Public Affairs

SPEAKERS:
Cristina Balboa, Ph.D.,
Assistant Professor, Baruch College, School of Public Affairs

Ellen Agler

CEO, The END Fund

Jacques Sebisaho

Founder, Amani Global Works and New Voices Fellow, The Aspen Institute

George Biddle
Executive Vice President, International Rescue Committee

RSVP:
Click here to RSVP
or Call:
646-660-6743

Admission is free, space is limited – RSVP Required

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