The state IG wants the public to be more aware of the work her office is doing and she’s taking the steps to make it happen.
Jocelynne Rainey hopes to lead the Brooklyn Community Foundation with more trust in nonprofit leadership
The CEO in a Q&A discusses the organization’s work with the recent influx of migrants who’ve arrived in the five boroughs.
A Q&A with the president of the university’s LGBTQI+ advisory council on advocacy and inclusivity within its 25 campuses.
A Q&A on how racial equity is slowly cultivating a more diverse workforce.
Mediator Stephanie Gilman, the college transition program’s founder, discusses its impact and legacy.
Interviews & Profiles
Chenae Bullock, managing director of Little Beach Harvest, discusses how the Long Island marijuana operation will deliver on social and economic equity.
Tom Wright details the RPA’s work over the years as it unveils a new exhibit of its regional plans at Grand Central Terminal.
The ED’s 15 years of leadership at FPHNYC makes her no stranger to crisis management.
The public officials, philanthropic leaders and nonprofit executives leading the sector in New York.
Gregory J. Morris will now take on NYCETC’s efforts to respond to the city’s current economic crisis
The ED discusses advocating for workers’ rights, battling Amazon’s corporate power, and building coalitions for renewable energy.
In her latest maternal health bill, the Brooklyn Assembly member wants to ensure women are able to have a fetus removed from their body after a miscarriage.
Craig T. Peterson has been a cultural programmer for over three decades
Tech nonprofit celebrates 10 years of providing educational programming to marginalized girls and non-binary students
Through its vast national and global programming, Girls Who Code aims to close the gender gap among entry-level tech jobs by 2030.
First Tech Fund co-founder Josue De Paz hopes to close the digital divide faced by underserved youth.
The nonprofit leader discusses stepping down from Rise, the magazine she launched in 2005 for parents who are involved in the child welfare system, and moving on to start the Family Policy Project.
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President Wayne Riley said the state needs to recognize the institution’s contributions to Brooklyn and beyond.