PhilanthropyNYU is a publication of the George H. Heyman, Jr. Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising at New York University. We are dedicated to providing a bi-annual e-journal focusing on the issues confronting the philanthropic world today including ethics, fundraising, grant making, law, social entrepreneurship, social justice issues, technology, and programmatic issues.
Under the leadership of Executive Director Naomi Levine, the Heyman Center is committed to providing a curriculum that prepares our students for the philanthropic world of the 21st Century. Our professors reflect the mission of New York University as a campus without walls, integrated with the Capitol of the World – New York City. The professionals of philanthropy are readily available to the students of the Heyman Center.
Ruthellen S. Rubin, CFRE, is the faculty advisor of PhilanthropyNYU. Professor Rubin teaches courses in fundraising with technology, nonprofit board effectiveness, and the annual appeal. She also consults to nonprofits and philanthropies to address the challenges of fundraising and the development of long-term initiatives.
The staff of PhilanthropyNYU is composed of students of the Master of Science Program in Fundraising and Grantmaking in the School of Continuing and Professional Studies at New York University. We are dedicated to continuing the tradition of professional fundraising and philanthropy. The staff includes, Helen Couniakis Rallakis – Editor-in-Chief; Jessa Schwartz – Marketing and Outreach Editor; Ann Paisley Chandler – Communications Editor; and Sarah Wozniak – Technical Editor.
PhilanthropyNYU is in its fifth semester of publication. We welcome comments from philanthropists, fundraisers, grant makers, students, nonprofit organizations – leaders, volunteers, and members – and all supporters of philanthropy.
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