Creating the Next Generation of NYJL Leaders

Over the coming year, first time committee co-chairs will participate in a series of trainings aimed at helping them become stronger leaders both in their committees and the League at large. The focus of the recent fall training was, “The Ideal NYJL Leader,” where co-chairs had the opportunity to hear from current and past NYJL […]

Discussing the Latest in Breast Cancer Research

(Left to right: Ophira Ginsburg, MD, MRCPC; Anna Cantor; Jessica Martineau, MS, CGC; Erika Stallings) Taking place during October’s Breast Cancer Awareness month, the recent VET focused on Breast and Ovarian Cancer Awareness discussing the different backgrounds and methods of detecting and defeating breast cancer. To better understand how to detect breast cancer, the panel […]

Nonprofit Boards Clearinghouse – Creating Future Board Members

On a crisp Saturday morning in late October, over thirty New York City executives, who wanted to learn more about becoming effective board members, attended the first part of the New York Junior League Nonprofit Boards Clearinghouse (NYJL NPBC). Part one of the Fall course addressed key topics such as how to connect one’s passion […]

So you want to be an NYJL co-chair

By becoming a volunteer of the New York Junior League, you are committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women and improving communities. Now, you feel you are ready to take the next step—and a bigger role—in that mission. So, what does it mean to be an NYJL co-chair? On Wednesday, December 9 we […]

Forum for Nonprofit’s spring 2015 conference

Fundraising is a key element to the success of any nonprofit’s ability to execute their mission. As the generation gap increases and technology changes, nonprofits are seeing a shift in the way donors give, and nonprofits must adapt to keep up with changing times. NYJL’s Forum for Nonprofits is hosting their 13th annual conference, Generational […]