Author Archive

Greg Berman

Greg Berman is the distinguished fellow of practice at the Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation and a founding editor of Vital City. He previously served as executive director of the Center for Court Innovation.


Can nonprofits help keep the peace in New York City?

The sector can help solve the problem of increased crime, while striking a balance between policing and community safety.


Leader to Leader: Melanie Hartzog of The New York Foundling

The former New York City Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services discusses her new role after taking on a pandemic.


Leader to Leader: Taking on the Hispanic Federation in the midst of COVID-19

Frankie Miranda discusses his experience leading the Latino organization as the pandemic struck, and how it has emerged from the global health crisis.


Leader to Leader: Debra-Ellen Glickstein

The founding executive director of NYC Kids RISE discusses her organization’s work, the expansion of the Save for College Program and its legacy.


Opinion: Why the unhappiness of nonprofit leaders matters

With management compensation greatly improved over the years, one might think the sector is enjoying a golden age, but it’s not.


Leader to Leader: Bill Baccaglini

The president and CEO of The New York Foundling discusses stepping down from the child welfare organization.



Leader to Leader: David Nocenti

The Executive Director talks to NYN Media about his work at Union Settlement, stepping down and his next steps.

Nonprofit management


Leader to Leader: Jordyn Lexton

The founder and CEO of Drive Change talks to NYN Media about their decision to step down.