James Krauskopf is a Distinguished Lecturer and Director of the Center for Nonprofit Strategy and Management in the School of Public Affairs. He is an active writer and speaker on public policy, human services, and related urban issues.
He is available to comment on the following topics:
— Nonprofit organization mergers and alliances
— Performance measurement in government contracting
— Organizational collaboration in disaster response and recovery
— Human services policy and management
Krauskopf was Dean of the Robert J. Milano Graduate School of Management and Urban Policy, Senior Vice President for Administration and Finance, and faculty member in urban policy at The New School. He has also taught at Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School, the University of Wisconsin, and Rutgers Law School.
Krauskopf has held several public sector positions, including Chief Program Officer for the 9/11 United Services Group, Administrator/Commissioner of the New York City Human Resources Administration, Deputy Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Health and Social Services, Deputy and Acting Director of the Cleveland Department of Human Resources and Economic Development, and Director of a Rutgers University-based staff office to the Mayor of Newark.
Krauskopf is on the boards of the Center for Urban Community Services, United Neighborhood Houses, Citizens’ Committee for Children, Cultural Institutions Retirement System, Brotherhood-Sister Sol, and also works with other organizations.
He has a B.A. in Government from Harvard and a Master’s degree in Public Affairs from the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton.